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RTX2NREQ
September 01, 2016
FILE PHOTO: Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (R) is pictured with Foreign Minister Tien Hung-mao in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
FILE PHOTO: Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian is pictured with Foreign Minister Tien Hung-mao in Taipei...
FILE PHOTO: Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (R) is pictured with Foreign Minister Tien Hung-mao in Taipei October 19, 2001, after the island announced it will boycott the weekend summit of Asia Pacific leaders in Shanghai. REUTERS/Simon Kwong/File photo
TAIWAN-POLITICS/
RTSFZOI
June 04, 2016
Taiwanese former President Chen Shui-bian leaves from his former residence as he makes a public appearance...
Taipei, Taiwan
Chen Shui-bian leaves from his former residence as he makes a public appearance for the first time since...
Taiwanese former President Chen Shui-bian leaves from his former residence as he makes a public appearance for the first time since being granted medical parole from prison, in Taipei, Taiwan June 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-POLITICS/
RTSFZNK
June 04, 2016
Taiwanese former President Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with his supporters as he makes a public appearance...
Taipei, Taiwan
Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with his supporters in Taipei
Taiwanese former President Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with his supporters as he makes a public appearance for the first time since being granted medical parole from prison, outside his former residence in Taipei, Taiwan June 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-POLITICS/
RTSFZNJ
June 04, 2016
Taiwanese former President Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with his supporters as he makes a public appearance...
Taipei, Taiwan
Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with his supporters in Taipei
Taiwanese former President Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with his supporters as he makes a public appearance for the first time since being granted medical parole from prison, outside his former residence in Taipei, Taiwan June 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TAIWAN-POLITICS/
RTSFZNI
June 04, 2016
Taiwanese former President Chen Shui-bian leaves from his former residence as he makes a public appearance...
Taipei, Taiwan
Chen Shui-bian leaves from his former residence as he makes a public appearance for the first time since...
Taiwanese former President Chen Shui-bian leaves from his former residence as he makes a public appearance for the first time since being granted medical parole from prison, in Taipei, Taiwan June 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN/
RTR32A7R
May 19, 2012
An activist standing in a cage takes part in a protest against the Taiwanese government's administration...
Taipei, Taiwan
An activist standing in a cage takes part in a protest against Taiwan government's administration in...
An activist standing in a cage takes part in a protest against the Taiwanese government's administration in Taipei May 19, 2012. Taiwan's opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) rallied tens of thousands on Saturday to protest against what they regard as President Ma Ying-jeou's poor performance and to ask government to freeze fuel and electricity prices, to keep the ban on beef imports containing the livestock feed additive ractopamine and to release jailed former President Chen Shui-bian. The Chinese characters on the placard read, "Republic of China Constitution" and "One country two zones". REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN/
RTR32A5G
May 19, 2012
Activists holding up fists take part in a protest against Taiwan government's administration in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Activists holding up fists take part in a protest against Taiwan government's administration in Taipei...
Activists holding up fists take part in a protest against Taiwan government's administration in Taipei May 19, 2012. Taiwan's opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) rallied tens of thousands on Saturday to protest against what they regard as President Ma Ying-jeou's poor performance and to ask government to freeze fuel and electricity prices, to keep the ban on beef imports containing the livestock feed additive ractopamine and to release jailed former President Chen Shui-bian. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN/
RTR32A58
May 19, 2012
An activist gestures during a protest against the Taiwan government's administration in Taipei May 19,...
Taipei, Taiwan
An activist gestures during a protest against the Taiwan government's administration in Taipei
An activist gestures during a protest against the Taiwan government's administration in Taipei May 19, 2012. Taiwan's opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) rallied tens of thousands on Saturday to protest against what they regard as President Ma Ying-jeou's poor performance and to ask government to freeze fuel and electricity prices, to keep the ban on beef imports containing the livestock feed additive ractopamine and to release jailed former President Chen Shui-bian. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN/
RTR32A4O
May 19, 2012
Activists holding placards take part in a protest against the Taiwan government's administration in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Activists holding placards take part in a protest against Taiwan government's administration in Taipei...
Activists holding placards take part in a protest against the Taiwan government's administration in Taipei May 19, 2012. Taiwan's opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) rallied tens of thousands on Saturday to protest against what they regard as President Ma Ying-jeou's poor performance and to ask government to freeze fuel and electricity prices, to keep the ban on beef imports containing the livestock feed additive ractopamine and to release jailed former President Chen Shui-bian. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXWD
January 06, 2012
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian mourns after crawling to the funeral house of his late...
Tainan, Taiwan
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian mourns after crawling to the funeral house of his late...
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian mourns after crawling to the funeral house of his late mother-in-law, as part of Taiwanese custom, in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. Chen was allowed to have a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Johnson Liu/Pool (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXUA
January 06, 2012
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian mourn while police officers stand guard...
Tainan, Taiwan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen mourn while police officers stand guard in Tainan...
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian mourn while police officers stand guard as he pays his respects to his late mother-in-law at a funeral house in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. He was allowed to a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXU4
January 06, 2012
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian hold banners and the flag of his former...
Tainan, Taiwan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen hold banners and DPP flag in Tainan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian hold banners and the flag of his former party, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), which bears the image of DPP Chairperson and presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen, before he paid his respects to his late mother-in-law at a funeral house in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. He was allowed a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. The banner and signs reads: "A-bian is innocent"(R), "Human rights"(L) and "Ma Ying-jeou wipes out Chen's family." (C). REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXU1
January 06, 2012
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian hold a banner that reads "A-bian" and the...
Tainan, Taiwan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen hold a banner in Tainan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian hold a banner that reads "A-bian" and the flag of his former party, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), which bears the image of DPP Chairperson and presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen, while police officers stand guard as he pays his respects to his late mother-in-law at a funeral house in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. He was allowed a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXTR
January 06, 2012
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian leaves a funeral house after paying his respects to his...
Tainan, Taiwan
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen leaves a funeral house in Tainan
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian leaves a funeral house after paying his respects to his late mother-in-law in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. He was allowed a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXTJ
January 06, 2012
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian cry as Chen pays his respects to his late...
Tainan, Taiwan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen cry in Tainan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian cry as Chen pays his respects to his late mother-in-law at a funeral house in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. He was allowed a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXSL
January 06, 2012
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian hold placards while waiting for Chen to...
Tainan, Taiwan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen hold placards in Tainan
Supporters of Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian hold placards while waiting for Chen to arrive and pay his respects to his late mother-in-law at a funeral house in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. Chen was allowed to a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXSJ
January 06, 2012
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian crawls to the funeral house of his late mother-in-law,...
Tainan, Taiwan
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen crawls to the funeral house of his late mother-in-law in Tainan...
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian crawls to the funeral house of his late mother-in-law, as part of a Taiwanese custom, in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. Chen was allowed to have a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Johnson Liu/Pool (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXSE
January 06, 2012
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian (C) hugs his mother Chen Li Shen, as his son Chen Chih-chung...
Tainan, Taiwan
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen hugs his mother after paying respects to his late mother-in-law...
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian (C) hugs his mother Chen Li Shen, as his son Chen Chih-chung (R) watches, after paying respects to his late mother-in-law at a funeral house in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. Chen was allowed a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Johnson Liu/Pool (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2VXRN
January 06, 2012
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian accompanies his wife Wu Shu-jen, who sits on wheelchair,...
Tainan, Taiwan
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen accompanies his wife after paying respects to his late mother-in-law...
Taiwan's jailed former President Chen Shui-bian accompanies his wife Wu Shu-jen, who sits on wheelchair, after paying respects to his late mother-in-law at a funeral house in Tainan, southern Taiwan, January 6, 2012. Chen, who was president from 2000 to 2008, is serving a jail term of 17 and a half years for corruption. Chen was allowed to have a funeral leave to attend a Taoist prayer service with his family. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2GJAD
July 19, 2010
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei July 19, 2010. Taiwan's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei July 19, 2010. Taiwan's high court reduced the life sentence of Chen, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges in June. A detention trial on Monday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. REUTERS/Woo Swee-Kay/Pool (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTR2GJAC
July 19, 2010
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei July 19, 2010. Taiwan's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei July 19, 2010. Taiwan's high court reduced the life sentence of Chen, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges in June. A detention trial on Monday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. REUTERS/Woo Swee-Kay/Pool (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT
RTR2F0AO
June 11, 2010
A placard left by supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian's is seen behind barbed wires...
Taipei, Taiwan
A placard left by supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian's is seen behind barbed wires...
A placard left by supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian's is seen behind barbed wires outside the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010. Taiwan's high court on Friday reduced the life sentence of former president Chen Shui-bian, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges, local TV reported. The Chinese characters read, "A-bian builds the most incorruptible system." REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT
RTR2F0AM
June 11, 2010
Supporters of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian holding Chen dolls shout slogans outside the high...
Taipei, Taiwan
Supporters of former Taiwan President Chen holding Chen dolls shout slogans outside the high court in...
Supporters of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian holding Chen dolls shout slogans outside the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010. Taiwan's high court on Friday reduced the life sentence of former president Chen Shui-bian, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges, local TV reported. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN/
RTR2F0AK
June 11, 2010
Supporters of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian hold placards outside the high court in Taipei June...
Taipei, Taiwan
Supporters of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian line up outside the high court in Taipei
Supporters of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian hold placards outside the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010. Taiwan's high court on Friday reduced the life sentence of former president Chen Shui-bian, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges, local TV reported. The placard reads, "A-bian is innocent; release him immediately." REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT
RTR2F087
June 11, 2010
A protester holding a flag with a picture of former President Chen Shui-bian stands in front of the high...
Taipei, Taiwan
A protester holding a flag with a picture of former President Chen Shui-bian stands in front of the high...
A protester holding a flag with a picture of former President Chen Shui-bian stands in front of the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010. Taiwan's high court on Friday reduced the life sentence of former president Chen Shui-bian, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges, local TV reported. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN/
RTR2F083
June 11, 2010
An protester holding a flag with a picture of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans outside...
Taipei, Taiwan
An protester holding a flag with a picture of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans outside...
An protester holding a flag with a picture of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans outside the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010. Taiwan's high court on Friday reduced the life sentence of former president Chen Shui-bian, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges, local TV reported. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
TAIWAN/
RTR2F07P
June 11, 2010
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves as he arrives at the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010.Taiwan's...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves while arriving for verdict at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei...
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves as he arrives at the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010.Taiwan's high court on Friday reduced the life sentence of former President Chen, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges, local TV reported. REUTERS/Chen Hsin-han/Pool (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT
RTR2F06W
June 11, 2010
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves as he arrives at the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010....
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves while arriving for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei...
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves as he arrives at the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010. Taiwan's high court on Friday reduced the life sentence of former president Chen Shui-bian, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges, local TV reported. REUTERS/Chen Hsin-han/Pool (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT
RTR2F06U
June 11, 2010
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves as he arrives at the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010....
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves while arriving for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei...
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian waves as he arrives at the high court in Taipei June 11, 2010. Taiwan's high court on Friday reduced the life sentence of former president Chen Shui-bian, a fiery advocate of the island's independence from China, to 20 years on graft and money-laundering charges, local TV reported. REUTERS/Chen Hsin-han/Pool (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTXR6L1
November 27, 2009
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei November...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan President Chen arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei November 27, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. REUTERS/Liu Tzung-lung/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTXR6L0
November 27, 2009
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei November...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan President Chen arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei November 27, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. REUTERS/Liu Tzung-lung/Pool (TAIWAN CRIME LAW POLITICS)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
RTXPXCT
October 23, 2009
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan President Chen arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 23, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. REUTERS/Chang Chia-ming/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
RTXPXCR
October 23, 2009
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan President Chen arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian arrives for a trial at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 23, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. REUTERS/Chang Chia-ming/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTXPFBN
October 08, 2009
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 8, 2009. Chen,...
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 8, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison in September for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. A detention trial on Thursday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. QUALITY FROM SOURCE REUTERS/Frank Sun/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTXPFBK
October 08, 2009
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (L) arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 8, 2009....
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (L) arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 8, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison in September for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. A detention trial on Thursday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. QUALITY FROM SOURCE REUTERS/Frank Sun/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTXPFBH
October 08, 2009
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (C) arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 8, 2009....
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (C) arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 8, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison in September for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. A detention trial on Thursday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. QUALITY FROM SOURCE REUTERS/Frank Sun/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTXPFBC
October 08, 2009
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (L) arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 8, 2009....
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (L) arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei October 8, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison in September for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. A detention trial on Thursday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. QUALITY FROM SOURCE REUTERS/Frank Sun/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN/
RTR28814
September 24, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian protests outside the high court in Taipei September...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian protests outside the high court in Taipei
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian protests outside the high court in Taipei September 24, 2009. A Taiwan court rejected former president Chen's appeal for release on bail, two weeks after he was sentenced to life in prison earlier this month for graft, according to local media. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN POLITICS CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTR28813
September 24, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian holds a placard with his portrait outside the high...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian holds a placard with his portrait outside the high...
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian holds a placard with his portrait outside the high court in Taipei September 24, 2009. A Taiwan court rejected former president Chen's appeal for release on bail, two weeks after he was sentenced to life in prison earlier this month for graft, according to local media. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN POLITICS CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN/
RTR2880Y
September 24, 2009
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shout slogans outside the high court in Taipei September...
Taipei, Taiwan
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shout slogans outside the high court in Taipei
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shout slogans outside the high court in Taipei September 24, 2009. A Taiwan court rejected former president Chen's appeal for release on bail, two weeks after he was sentenced to life in prison earlier this month for graft, according to local media. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN POLITICS CONFLICT CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
RTR287NV
September 24, 2009
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei September 24, 2009....
Taipei, United Kingdom
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei September 24, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison earlier this month for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. A detention trial on Thursday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. REUTERS/Liu Hsin-de/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
RTR287NT
September 24, 2009
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei September 24, 2009....
Taipei, United Kingdom
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei September 24, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison earlier this month for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. A detention trial on Thursday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. REUTERS/Liu Hsin-de/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
RTR287NP
September 24, 2009
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei September 24, 2009....
Taipei, Taiwan
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian arrives at the Taiwan High Court in Taipei September 24, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison earlier this month for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. A detention trial on Thursday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. REUTERS/Liu Hsin-de/Pool (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN/
RTR287N4
September 24, 2009
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (R) leaves for the Taipei high court from the Tucheng Dentention...
TAIPEI COUNTY, Taiwan
Former Taiwan president Chen leaves for the Taipei high court from the Tucheng Dentention Centre in Taipei...
Former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (R) leaves for the Taipei high court from the Tucheng Dentention Centre in Taipei County September 24, 2009. Chen, sentenced to life in prison earlier this month for graft, has appealed the conviction, rejecting the charges and calling them politically motivated. A detention trial on Thursday will decide whether Chen will be allowed to be freed on bail to work on his appeal. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN) BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE (POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT/
RTR27P1S
September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian cries outside the Taipei District court September...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian cries outside the Taipei District court
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian cries outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen, known for fiery anti-China rhetoric while in office, was found guilty of corruption on Friday and sentenced to life in prison. Several hundred supporters demonstrated near the court and some threw plastic bottles and trash at police in protest after the verdict and sentence were announced. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT/
RTR27P1A
September 11, 2009
A supporter pretends to be Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou in handcuffs while performing a skit before...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter pretends to be Taiwan President Ma in handcuffs while performing skit outside the Taipei...
A supporter pretends to be Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou in handcuffs while performing a skit before former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian's verdict outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen, known for fiery anti-China rhetoric while in office, was found guilty of corruption on Friday and sentenced to life in prison. Several hundred supporters demonstrated near the court and some threw plastic bottles and trash at police in protest after the verdict and sentence were announced. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian raises her fist in front of balloons outside the...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen raises her fist in front of balloons outside the Taipei District...
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian raises her fist in front of balloons outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen, known for fiery anti-China rhetoric while in office, was found guilty of corruption on Friday and sentenced to life in prison. Several hundred supporters demonstrated near the court and some threw plastic bottles and trash at police in protest after the verdict and sentence were announced. The message reads, "Release A-bian!" REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian quarrels with a police officer outside the Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen quarrels with a police officer outside the Taipei District...
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian quarrels with a police officer outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen, known for fiery anti-China rhetoric while in office, was found guilty of corruption on Friday and sentenced to life in prison. Several hundred supporters demonstrated near the court and some threw plastic bottles and trash at police in protest after the verdict and sentence were announced. The sign reads, "Human rights is dead". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian who fainted after hearing Chen's verdict is carried...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen who fainted after hearing Chen's verdict is carried outside...
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian who fainted after hearing Chen's verdict is carried outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen, known for fiery anti-China rhetoric while in office, was found guilty of corruption on Friday and sentenced to life in prison. Several hundred supporters demonstrated near the court and some threw plastic bottles and trash at police in protest after the verdict and sentence were announced. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian attacks a photographer after hearing Chen's verdict...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen attacks photographer after hearing Chen's verdict outside...
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian attacks a photographer after hearing Chen's verdict outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen, known for fiery anti-China rhetoric while in office, was found guilty of corruption on Friday and sentenced to life in prison. Several hundred supporters demonstrated near the court and some threw plastic bottles and trash at police in protest after the verdict and sentence were announced. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-EXPRESIDENT/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian attacks a photographer after hearing Chen's verdict...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen attacks photographer after hearing Chen's verdict outside...
A supporter of former Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian attacks a photographer after hearing Chen's verdict outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen, known for fiery anti-China rhetoric while in office, was found guilty of corruption on Friday and sentenced to life in prison. Several hundred supporters demonstrated near the court and some threw plastic bottles and trash at police in protest after the verdict and sentence were announced. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian cries outside the Taipei District Court September...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian cries outside the Taipei District Court
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian cries outside the Taipei District Court September 11, 2009. Chen, known for fiery anti-China rhetoric while in office, was found guilty of corruption on Friday and sentenced to life in prison. Several hundred supporters demonstrated near the court and some threw plastic bottles and trash at police in protest after the verdict and sentence were announced. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
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September 11, 2009
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian scuffle with protesters against Chen outside the...
Taipei, Taiwan
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian scuffle with protesters against Chen outside the...
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian scuffle with protesters against Chen outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen will not be present when a Taipei court delivers its verdict in a corruption case against him on Friday, according to a court official. Chen left office last year after serving the maximum two four-year terms and is now accused of embezzlement, money laundering and taking bribes while in power. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans outside the Taipei District court...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen shouts slogans outside the Taipei District court
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen will not be present when a Taipei court delivers its verdict in a corruption case against him on Friday, according to a court official. Chen left office last year after serving the maximum two four-year terms and is now accused of embezzlement, money laundering and taking bribes while in power. The Chinese characters read "Ah Bian is innocent" and "Release Ah Bian". REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans outside the Taipei District court...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen shouts slogans outside the Taipei District court
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen will not be present when a Taipei court delivers its verdict in a corruption case against him on Friday, according to a court official. Chen left office last year after serving the maximum two four-year terms and is now accused of embezzlement, money laundering and taking bribes while in power. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian scuffles with police outside the Taipei District...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen scuffles with police outside the Taipei District court
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian scuffles with police outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen will not be present when a Taipei court delivers its verdict in a corruption case against him on Friday, according to a court official. Chen left office last year after serving the maximum two four-year terms and is now accused of embezzlement, money laundering and taking bribes while in power. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter holds caricatures of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (R) and honorary chairman of...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter holds caricatures of Chen Shui-bian and Lien Chan outside the Taipei district court
A supporter holds caricatures of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian (R) and honorary chairman of the ruling Nationalist Party Lien Chan in front of police officers outside the Taipei district court September 11, 2009. Chen will not be present when a Taipei court delivers its verdict in a corruption case against him on Friday, according to a court official. Chen left office last year after serving the maximum two four-year terms and is now accused of embezzlement, money laundering and taking bribes while in power. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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September 11, 2009
A supporter holds a caricature of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian in front of police officers...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter holds a caricature of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian in front of police officers...
A supporter holds a caricature of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian in front of police officers outside the Taipei district court September 11, 2009. Chen will not be present when a Taipei court delivers its verdict in a corruption case against him on Friday, according to a court official. Chen left office last year after serving the maximum two four-year terms and is now accused of embezzlement, money laundering and taking bribes while in power. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
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September 11, 2009
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans in front of police officers outside...
Taipei, Taiwan
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans in front of police officers outside...
A supporter of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shouts slogans in front of police officers outside the Taipei district court September 11, 2009. Chen will not be present when a Taipei court delivers its verdict in a corruption case against him on Friday, according to a court official. Chen left office last year after serving the maximum two four-year terms and is now accused of embezzlement, money laundering and taking bribes while in power. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
TAIWAN-CHEN/
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September 11, 2009
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shout slogans outside the Taipei District court...
Taipei, Taiwan
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen shout slogans outside the Taipei District court
Supporters of former Taiwan president Chen Shui-bian shout slogans outside the Taipei District court September 11, 2009. Chen will not be present when a Taipei court delivers its verdict in a corruption case against him on Friday, according to a court official. Chen left office last year after serving the maximum two four-year terms and is now accused of embezzlement, money laundering and taking bribes while in power. The words on the t-shirt read "Ah Bian is innocent." The banner on the left reads "Ah Bian built Taiwan." REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CRIME LAW)
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