Chiang grandson’s legal ‘luck’ holds as TAS case deferred – Taipei Times
Public prosecutors have deferred prosecution of Andrew Chiang (蔣友青), a
grandson of former president Chiang Ching-kuo (蔣經國), over accusations
he again made threats against Taipei American School (TAS).
27, is a former TAS student who transferred out of the school in 2006;
he was indicted in November 2013 after he repeatedly made threatening
remarks against the school and its faculty members, particularly the
deputy superintendent, on Facebook and in e-mails, between August and
November of 2013.