LIVE: Academics release crucial evidence suggesting Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen forged her degree

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Two years ago, prosecutors sought to charge Professor Hwan C. Lin, Professor Ho De-fen, and Dr. Dennis Peng with defamation. It was the first time an acting president brought forth a lawsuit against scholars. Two years later, three scholars once again held a press conference in person to release key evidence and demand Tsai’s stepping down…

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