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Army Logistics Division indicated that New Taipei City’s prosecutors called the investigating unit heading to the Army Vehicle-Repair Base with warrant. Apart from going through the documents the administrators were also interviewed. Army Logistics Division said its principle was “fair justice” and it would be fully cooperating with the prosecutors and if any violation of law found, it would took proper actions by legitimacy as an example.

Army Logistics Division addressed that “anti-corruption and administration by law” is always the core of the National Force. It would enforce the legitimacy education and expect all the military members to understand the red line that cannot be crossed over.