Taiwanese student in USA accused of plotting school massacre


#582

Wowza. I haven’t heard that one. When did this happen?


#583

Oh mine!!! When was it?


#584

This sounds embarrassing for the police.
I can’t believe this is really true?? If it is, there is clearly a different set of rules for the wealthy.


#585

If he was told to stay in the house and subsequently doesn’t appear to be there, wouldn’t that be grounds for a warrant? Hell, couldn’t they claim they were worried about his welfare and just bust in?


#586

I guess since the police didn’t have a warrant, all they can do is knock and wait. Maybe the kid was indisposed in the bathroom? :laughing:


#587

How would they know he hasn’t left the house ?


#588

He’s probably in the basement working on his next diabolical invention…possibly a crossbow that shoots flaming or exploding arrows.


#589

Hey, when it comes to napalm sometimes you can’t leave the cook just because the popo are at the front door. Think of it as community service.


#590

Maybe he’s trying the Alice’s Restaurant strategy? :idunno:


#591

I always thought it was weird that we can’t get Melatonin in Taiwan. In States I can get it at any store that sells vitamins and what not. Here, doctors don’t have it but they were fast to offer Zolpidem (Ambien).


#592

Wow, that was fascinating reading. One of the many things I can say I learned here in Forumosa.


#593

Ha, they used to play it every Thanksgiving on the radio back home, probably they still do.


#594

Re: Alice’s restaurant massacree

Fascinating. Learned a little bit more history.


#595

I read it as “bikers cant get poppy seeds”


#596

Quite some years ago so long ago google
Couldn’t even find it
Strange that
cant remember if it was the 80s or the 90s when it occurred.


#597

Still they caught him. The Hong Kong guy who killed his girlfriend and stuffed her in a suitcase got away and there is no way to extradite in spite of evidence.


#598

Why does the local police want to question him?


#599

For the same reason he could be facing jail here: illegal possession of firearms.

No double jeopardy in Taiwan, remember?


#600

It’s understandable, isn’t it? If he does something silly and the police did nothing then somebody’s going to lose their job.


#601

I bet you a blue bill there is another stash of weaponry … probably at his grandma’s place. Sigh.