At present, our country has made great strikes against corruption and corruption, but there are still some people trying to challenge
the authority of the law. Recently, it was reported that a female student of Huaiyin Normal College in Jiangsu Province reported that she had an
extramarital affair with her Deputy principal for two years, which caused her pregnancy and miscarriage, and attracted the attention of netizens.
On January 7, the Beijing News reported that Li Mouyin, vice-president of Huaiyin Normal University in Jiangsu Province, derailed female student
Wang Xue (a pseudonym) and caused her pregnancy and depression. In an interview with Beijing News on January 8, Li’s sister said that afte
r Wang Xue became pregnant, she learned about her brother’s extramarital affairs and tried to report his brother to save his family.
“At first I wanted to report it.” On the morning of January 8, Sister Li Mouyin told reporters in the Beijing News, but considering his sister-in-law, the report was not put into practic
e. In the interview, Sister Li Mouyin blamed herself for taking care of her younger brother too strictly after she knew the incident. Sh
e did not let her younger brother and Wang Xue meet. She explained the matter clearly, which led to Wang Xue going to extremes.
Wang Xue told the Beijing News that on March 5, 2018, she swallowed more than a dozen sleeping pills t
o attempt suicide. After being discovered by her classmates in time, she was sent to the First People’s Hospital of Huaian City. After gastric lavage, she was rescued.
“If they (Li Mouyin and his wife) divorce, he (Li Mouyin) can continue to be good with her (Wang Xue), it should be no problem.” Li Mouyin’s sister said that Li Mouyin was born in a
rural family. After the accident, the family tried hard to recover, trying to persuade Li Mouyin and Wang Xue to let go, but failed.
Vice-principal Wang Xue, a girl in a derailed school, caused her to become pregnant and miscarriage. After that, Vice-principal Li disap
peared. His sister threatened Wang Xue many times not to see her again, causing Wang Xue to swallow more than a dozen sleeping pills to commit suicide.
At last, the students found that they were sent to the hospital for gastric lavage to save their lives. On Nov
ember 19, 2018, Wang Xuesheng reported Vice President Li Mou-mou in real name, as well as all kinds of evidence of derailment. After this incident was exposed, Li Mou-mou’s bad behavior aroused great controversy.
However, after Li’s sister knew about Wang Xue’s relationship, she harassed and threatened Wang Xue many times, which led to her mental problems. Now the relevant departm
ents have intervened in the investigation, and the school has also made relevant notifications. Because Li is a provincial management cadre, t
he school has no authority to deal with it. The petition materials have been handed over to Jiangsu Discipline Commission. At present, the Disci
pline Commission is investigating and will carry out the investigation according to the relevant procedures. Reason, will not shuffle cover-up.
Wang Xue failed to take sleeping pills to commit suicide, and the consent for treatment issued by the First People’s Hospital of Huaian City
It is said that Li Mou, vice principal, has obviously not played a correct role as a model. He is guilty of great evil and deserves to be a teacher. On the other hand, girls need to learn to protect themselves.
We should not take the initiative to destroy her family by using legal means to safeguard rights. This is also the reason why Wang Xue has been questioned by netizen
s when he reported that the vice principal had cheated in marriage. Although Wang Xue was the victim, as a college student and an adult, he kept this unfair relationship for two years, which should really arouse deep thought.
That’s all about the girls who are derailed by the vice-president of the university. What do you think about it? For more information, please continue to pay attention to the Weather Network!
“As you command, Sire.” Maege Mormont had ridden south with Robb, Jon knew. Her eldest daughter had joined the Young Wolf’s host as well. Even if both of them
had died, however, Lady Maege had other daughters, some with children of their own. Had they gone with Robb as well? Surely Lady Maege would have left at
least one of the older girls behind as castellan. He did not understand why Lyanna should be writing Stannis, and
could not help but wonder if the girl’s answer might have been different if the letter had been sealed with a direwolf
instead of a crowned stag, and signed by Jon Stark, Lord of Winterfell. It is too late for such misgivings. You made your choice.
“Two score ravens were sent out,” the king complained, “yet we get no response but silence and defiance. Homage is the duty every leal subject owes his king. Yet
your father’s bannermen all turn their back on me, save the Karstarks. Is Arnolf Karstark the only man of honor in the north?”
Arnolf Karstark was the late Lord Rickard’s uncle. He had been made the castellan of Karhold when his nephew
and his sons went south with Robb, and he had been the first to respond to King Stannis’s call for homage, with a raven
declaring his allegiance. The Karstarks have no other choice, Jon might have said. Rickard Karstark had betrayed the direwolf and spilled the blood of lions.
The stag was Karhold’s only hope. “In times as confused as these, even men of
honor must wonder where their duty lies. Your Grace is not the only king in the realm demanding homage.”
Babu exited the cage in the same careful way he had enteredit. The cage had two floors, one level with us, the other at
theback, higher by about three feet, that led outside to the island.
The goat scrambled to this second level. Mahisha, nowunconcerned with Babu,
paralleled the move in his cage in afluid, effortless motion. He crouched and lay
still, his slowlymoving tail the only sign of tension.
Babu stepped up to the trapdoor
between the cages andstarted pulling it open. In anticipation of satisfaction, Mahishafell silent. I heard two things at that moment: Father saying”Never forget
this lesson” as he looked on grimly, and thebleating of the goat. It must
bleating all along,
hear it before.
They had free folk drifting in most every night, starved half-frozen creatures who had run from the battle beneath the Wall only to crawl back when they realized there was no safe place to run to. “Was the mother questioned?” Jon
asked. Stannis Baratheon had smashed Mance Rayder’s host and made the King-Beyond-the-Wall his captive … but the wildlings were still out there, the Weeper and Tormund Giantsbane and thousands more.
“Aye, m’lord,” said Edd, “but all she knows is that she ran off during the battle and hid in the woods after. We filled her full of porridge, sent her to the pens, and burned the babe.”
Burning dead children had ceased to trouble Jon Snow; live ones were another matter. Two kings to wake the dragon. The father first and then the
son, so both die kings. The words had been murmured by one of the queen’s men as Maester Aemon had cleaned his wounds. Jon had tried to dismiss
them as his fever talking. Aemon had demurred. “There is power in a king’s blood,” the old maester had warned, “and better men than Stannis have done
worse things than this.” The king can be harsh and unforgiving, aye, but a babe still on the breast? Only a monster would give a living child to the flames.
He spoke again. “Some people say God died during thePartition in 1947. He may have died in 1971 during the war.
Or he may have died yesterday here in Pondicherry in anorphanage. That’s what some people say, Pi. When I was yourage, I lived in bed, racked with
polio. I asked myself every day,‘Where is God? Where is God? Where is God?’ God nevercame. It wasn’t God who saved me – it was medicine. Reasonis my
prophet and it tells me that as a watch stops, so wedie. It’s the end. If the watch doesn’t work properly, it must befixed here and now by us. One day we will take hold of themeans of production and there will be justice on
earth.”This was all a bit much for me. The tone was right – lovingand brave – but the details seemed bleak.
I said nothing.
fear of angering