From his understanding, the four men on active duty had “liked” posts by Wang on Facebook and other social media platforms, he said. Since the case is under judicial investigation, Chen said he could not divulge the ranks of those who were questioned, and he also declined to reveal their assigned units. All military personnel are schooled on safeguarding national security, espionage activities by China and how Chinese spies conduct their work, he said. Prosecutors said Chinese national Zhou Hongxu (周泓旭), who was on Sept. 15 last year convicted on espionage charges, acted as a consultant to promote the Web site. Wang was arrested and questioned last month in connection with Zhou’s espionage case along with fellow New Party Youth Corps members Hou Han-ting (侯漢廷), Lin Ming-cheng (林明正) and Chen Ssu-chun (陳斯俊).
Source: Taipei Times January 03, 2018 15:56 UTC