The squad leader surnamed Sergeant Zhao used his mobile phone to gamble on the "Jiuzhou Entertainment City" in the camp and was recorded two major demerits by the military.
(File photo, translated by reporter Qiu Junfu)
[Reporter Wen Yude/Taipei Report] Sergeant Zhao, the squad leader of the 206th Army Infantry Brigade at the time, was recorded two major demerits by the military because he used his mobile phone to gamble on the "Jiuzhou Entertainment City" outside the camp. Zhao refused to accept it and filed a lawsuit requesting withdrawal The Taipei High Administrative Court held that the military did not specifically explain why Zhao violated the "Law, Navy, and Air Force Punishment Law" and was required to commit a major demerit, and the decision to revoke the demerit penalty.
From August to September of the previous year, Zhao used his mobile phone to gamble on the "Jiuzhou Entertainment City" outside the camp. The military verified that it was true. Last year, a council was held to decide to record two of Zhao's faults. After Zhao's complaint was rejected by the Ministry of Defense, he filed a petition for withdrawal. penalty.
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Zhao maintains that there is no evidence to prove that he signed a gambling website to bet, so that the military and the operators of the gambling website would know, and that he did not bet on the gambling website as a soldier. "Reputation" or even "serious circumstances" naturally does not constitute a violation of the "Law, Navy and Air Force Punishment Law" and "National Military Discipline Maintenance and Implementation".
Zhao also said that even though he once logged into a gambling website to participate in gambling should be punished, but the military recorded his two major violations of the principle of proportionality and equality, and asked the court to revoke it.
Bei Gaohang believes that Zhao’s behavior of using mobile phone gambling sites to bet outside the camp was investigated and punished by the Hsinchu District Prosecutor’s Office and not prosecuted. Revocation of demerit penalties.