On February 26th, the China Transfer Promotion Association held a presentation of the "Taiwan Transformational Justice Database". This was the first time in the history of our transformational justice that we were able to get a glimpse of the "perpetrators" through official channels, but when various media When we focus on Chiang Kai-shek's instructions, do we really know the meaning behind the few words he simply wrote down? To change the sentence decided by the court to the death penalty with a stroke of a pen is not called instruction, it is called murder.
Nowadays, whenever certain politicians or online speeches are criticized, you will see words such as "Dongchang", "Green Terror" or "Green photo background removing Communist Party", but as long as you have even a little understanding of Taiwan's history You know, let alone freedom of speech, Taiwan under the Kuomintang does not even have freedom of thought. You don't need to say it out loud, as long as you read the wrong book, meet the wrong person, or even go to the wrong school, stay in the wrong company, or live in the wrong place, you may be arrested by Luo Zhi, a spy who covets performance and bonuses. . After arrest, what awaits you is torture to extract a confession. If you write "wrong", then continue to torture. After you have obtained the confessions of several people in the same case, you can then weave them into a complete story. consistent".
In this way, from arrest, interrogation to trial, all the way from scratch, it is more than a word to describe life. But it’s not over yet. At that time, even civilians who committed internal troubles or external disturbances were subject to military trial. This verdict had to be submitted along the way, from the commander of the Security Command, to the Minister of National Defense, to the President of the Presidential Palace, and finally by the President approves. According to the investigation of the promotion of the transfer, there are currently more than 10,000 political files in the database, and there are more than 3,000 cases of Chiang Kai-shek's "intervention in judgments", of which 876 death sentences passed through Chiang Kai-shek's hands.