President of Taiwan Ma Ying-jeou is sentenced to four months in prison on charges he leaked classified information from a wiretap.
A court in Taiwan gave former president Ma Ying-jeou a four-month sentence Tuesday for a leak of confidential information, making him the island’s second consecutive leader to face prison time and the third to be tried for a crime after leaving office.
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Former Taiwan president Ma Ying-jeou is sentenced to four months in prison on charges he leaked classified information from a wiretap. 2018-05-16 00:30:11 (First version)
Former President o f T a i w a n Ma Ying-jeou is sentenced to four months in prison on charges he leaked classified information from a wiretap. (Current version)
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