The government investigation found Liang confessed that her husband had not made a will to divide her estate, but argued that he was authorized to do so, and prosecutors found that Liang had repeatedly forged power of attorney to cash out and sell stock, and prosecuted her on suspicion of fraud and forgery.
The prosecutor’s investigation found that Liang’s husband was hospitalized with liver, kidney and respiratory failure and was admitted to the intensive care unit on May 19, 2019, after which his condition worsened. more and he died on the 26th of the same month.
After her husband was hospitalized in intensive care and lost consciousness, Liang did not allow withdrawal of his savings and his estate should be divided among all heirs, but before and after his death, she She went to the ATM with her husband. ATM card, or go to the bank with a stamped passbook and forge a withdrawal slip to steal NT$1.31 million and NT$3.46 million from his account, and also steal NT$760,000 from her husband’s warehouse.
The police are investigating the case, Liang confessed to repeatedly withdrawing cash from her husband’s account and selling shares. for many expenses, and that he allowed it.
The prosecution discovered that this woman had repeatedly received money from her husband’s account according to bank transaction details, including forging a withdrawal receipt authorized by her husband but failed to present the document. related authorization. The securities company testified that if a client died, their account would be frozen and no one would be allowed to buy, sell or liquidate shares from that account.
The prosecution found that Ms. Liang was suspected of fraud and forgery and charged her. The amount of shares she received and handled was calculated as NT$4.78 million, after deducting her husband’s medical, funeral and other necessary expenses, determining the crime amount to be 3. NT$.64 million, which should be recovered in accordance with the law.