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The authorities last year admitted he was innocent and compensated his family, but legal experts warn a similar tragedy could happen again under the current judicial system. Chiang Kuo-ching was convicted of raping and killing a five-year-old girl. He was one of two soldiers who worked in the same building as the girl's mother, and had failed a lie detector test because he was scared. オバマ次期米大統領の文化政策－グローバル経済の中で勝ち抜くために芸術教育へ再投資を│研究員の眼│ニッセイ基礎研究所. Study Abroad Dims Employment Outlook for Japanese. In meetings with a handful of Japanese financial trading firms at the forum in Boston last November, none would offer him a job without further interviews in Tokyo.
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