The China Post
Date: April 14, 2015
By: Katherine Wei
TAIPEI, Taiwan — The Taichung District Prosecutors Office yesterday conducted an impromptu search at the Taipei Metro’s Central District Project Office in Taichung City, taking away a box of documents at the end and left no clear explanation of the investigation.
The probe was led by Taichung Prosecutor Ko Hsueh-hung (柯學航), who headed to the Taipei Department of Rapid Transit System’s (DRTS, or the Taipei Metro) Central District Project Office (CDPO) yesterday afternoon with prosecution investigators and police officers and stayed for an hour and half before leaving with the documents.
Ko declined to comment on the probe, but his motives were said to be tied with the recent Taichung Metro Green Line construction collapse that took four lives and injured another four. [FULL STORY]