Lin Yi-shih sentenced to more than 13 years in jail

Taipei Times
Date: Feb 27, 2016
By: Jason Pan / Staff reporter

Former Executive Yuan secretary-general Lin Yi-shih (林益世) was yesterday P01-120628-a2found guilty of accepting bribes and sentenced to a prison term of 13 years and six months by the Taiwan High Court, which also fined Lin NT$15.8 million (US$471,754).

Lin’s mother, Shen Juo-lan (沈若蘭), received a five-month term, which can be commuted to pay a fine of NT$150,000, for her role in destroying evidence in the case stemming from 2010, when Lin was a Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) legislator.

It was the second ruling on the case and the decision can be appealed.
Yesterday’s ruling was widely viewed as a heavy sentence, as the High Court handed down a longer prison term than in the first ruling by the Taipei District Court in 2013.     [FULL  STORY]

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