Nurse uncovers sexual assaults at special needs center in eastern Taiwan

Nurse uncovered evidence that chief administrative officer of a special needs center had molested at least 4 female residents in Hualien

Taiwan News
Date: 2018/06/11
By: Keoni Everington, Taiwan News, Staff Writer

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A nurse at a special needs institution has uncovered

(Stock image from Tinker Air Force Base)

evidence of sexual assaults allegedly perpetrated on at least four female residents at the facility by the head administrator, reports Apple Daily. 

A 38-year-old woman surnamed Wu (吳), who is a certified nurse and dietitian and has worked in the nursing for 18 years, began working in a special needs facility in Hualien in July of last year. On April 30 of this year, while bathing a female resident with an intellectual disability, she suddenly said “Uncle Chang” (60-year-old chief administrative officer of the hospital) touched me.

Fearing that this was a serious matter, Wu then asked some other female residents with intellectual disabilities. Two adult women also said, “Uncle Chang rubbed by breasts and then my lower body.”     [FULL  STORY]

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