‘Infiltrated’ capital government fuels leaks: Ko Wen-je

Taipei Times
Date: Apr 16, 2015
By: Abraham Gerber  /  Staff reporter

The Taipei City Government has been almost “completely infiltrated,” Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je

A group of tree-lovers yesterday protests against the construction of the Taipei Dome in front of the Agency Against Corruption in Taipei.  Photo: Wang Yi-sung, Taipei Times

A group of tree-lovers yesterday protests against the construction of the Taipei Dome in front of the Agency Against Corruption in Taipei. Photo: Wang Yi-sung, Taipei Times

(柯文哲) said yesterday in response to reports of leaks said to have reached Farglory Land Development Co.

Media reports yesterday quoted unnamed sources as saying that Farglory had gained access to the results of the city’s investigation into the Taipei Dome project, enabling it to issue a “full rebuttal” in a news release earlier this month.

Taipei Deputy Mayor Charles Lin (林欽榮) said that he had leaked nothing and “did not know where the spy was.”

City councilors condemned what they described as selective leaks of city documents.

Ko on Tuesday said that some computers in the mayor’s office had been hacked by unknown agents.

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