The China Post
Date: April 10, 2015
By: Joseph Yeh
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Family members of Lt. Col. Lao Nai-cheng (勞乃成), who was caught at the
center of the ongoing Apache scandal, yesterday apologized to the public over Lao’s alleged role in allowing civilians to take photographs of the AH-64E Apache helicopter without undergoing proper procedures.
With tears in their eyes, Lao Tse-kang (勞則康) and Lao Nai-hui (勞乃慧), father and the elder sister of Lao, respectively, yesterday bowed in front of cameras as they apologized on Lao’s behalf during a press conference in Taipei.
A former deputy chief of staff to the R.O.C. Army, Lao Tse-kang apologized to the public over his son’s behavior, which he said has “seriously damaged the image of the R.O.C. Armed Forces and led to many senior military officials being punished.” [FULL STORY]