They accused him of committing the actions out of hate and revenge. Officials at the Taipei Prosecutors Office said that the suspect, surnamed X, a special education teacher at an elementary school in Taipei, was arrested in September last year for spreading the virus.
Teacher In Taiwan Arrested After Allegedly Infecting 50 Men With HIV At Sex Parties
A 38-year-old teacher in Taipei, Taiwan, has been arrested after allegedly throwing sex parties and infecting 50 men with HIV, according to Taiwanese media and reported by China’s SINA news agency. The unnamed man reportedly arranged homosexual orgies on the Internet – promising drugs such as ketamine – and had sex with more than 100 men despite knowing that he carried the virus. A police inquiry revealed that 50 of the men who had slept with the accused — an elementary teacher and alleged drug user — had been infected by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), leading to the teacher’s arrest. Police said there is no evidence the man meddled or deceived any of his former students. The man is facing up to 12 years in prison.
AIDS-infected teacher may have infected 100
A male elementary school teacher surnamed X possibly had sex with over 100 men in exchange for drugs while allegedly hiding the fact that he suffers from AIDS, the Taipei District Prosecutors Office (TDPO) announced yesterday. Prosecutors said they conducted a blood test which showed X has AIDS and took X into custody yesterday, alleging that he offered sexual favors in exchange for drugs as well as having and offering to have sex with an individual without disclosing his health condition. He has been charged under the Drug Prevention and Control Act as well as the HIV Infection Control and Patient Rights Protection Act.