Shi Mingde confirmed that Jiang Pengjian is the investigator Xie Changting: Not a fact! The living friend is obliged to clarify for him | Politics | 新头壳 Newtalk

Representative Xie Changting (right) in Japan said today that the claim that Xin Pengjian (left) was sent by the Bureau of Investigation to undercover is not a fact. “He has passed away and friends who are still alive are obliged to clarify for him.” Picture: Taken from Xie Changting’s Facebook (Photo by Qiu Wanxing)

DPP legislator Huang Guoshu confessed that he had served as an informant in an intelligence unit, which caused political shock. Later, the former deputy secretary-general of the DPP Lin Zhongzheng also alleged that a certain party chairman was an undercover agent sent by the Bureau of Investigation. The former chairman of the DPP Shi Mingde In an interview with Xin Head Shell on the 19th, it was confirmed that it was the founding party chairman Jiang Pengjian. In this regard, the representative to Japan, Changting Hsieh, said today (20) that the claim that Xin Pengjian was sent by the Bureau of Investigation to undercover is not true. “He has passed away and is still alive. My friend is obliged to clarify for him.”

Lin Zhongzheng alleged on Facebook yesterday, “A certain DPP chairman was a long-term undercover staff member sent by the Bureau of Investigation outside the party. He personally confessed to the victim and apologized carefully before his death, and wrote him to the Bureau of Investigation for many years. The text of the report is handed over to the victim for safekeeping.”

Shi Mingde confirmed in an interview with Xin Tou Ke yesterday that Jiang Pengjian invited him to dinner a year before his death, and he had the courage to say it after drinking. Shi Mingde emphasized that Huang Guoshu was arrested, and Jiang Pengjian was “a frank confession.” It was not that he was caught, and Jiang should not be called a “grabbing boy.”

Hsieh Chang-ting said on Facebook today that during the martial law period, the KMT and Chiang Ching-kuo could not allow the DPP to create a party, no matter who monitored how much, who was deployed, bought, or undercover. “Leaving the former village” is the biggest setback of the Kuomintang’s sentiment and governance unit in Taiwan. Many people have been punished, frozen, or transferred for this reason. Of course, they will retaliate.

He said that we must cherish the advanced wisdom, courage, and achievements of the party’s creation, unite, cherish, and care, and continue to protect Taiwan, and do not lose self-confidence due to unfounded or exaggerated rumors.

Hsieh Chang-ting refuted the claim that Jiang Pengjian was an officer of the Bureau of Investigation and was assigned to work undercover outside the party for a long time. Jiang did not go to the Bureau of Investigation. “He has passed away and friends who are still alive are obliged to clarify for him.” Taiwan Martial Law In the era, human nature is generally distorted and has many ugly sides. People of any party, including some moral demon themselves, are only “ugly but not evil” as long as they do not harm people. For example, they can save people at a critical moment or Saving Taiwan is the ugly and noble side. Taiwanese culture must discover the noble and kind side of Taiwan’s human nature from the ugliness in order to build self-confidence and pride.

The representative to Japan, Xie Changting, said today (20) that the claim that Xin Pengjian was sent by the Bureau of Investigation to undercover is not true. “He has passed away, and friends who are still alive are obliged to clarify for him.”

Jiang Pengjian was elected as a member of the Taipei Municipal Legislative Council in 1983. Picture: Taken from Xie Changting's Facebook (Photo by Qiu Wanxing)

Jiang Pengjian was elected as a member of the Taipei Municipal Legislative Council in 1983. Picture: Taken from Xie Changting’s Facebook (Photo by Qiu Wanxing)

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