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[Reprinted] Korean Prosecutor: Recording evidence shows Park Geun-hye's incompetence

2016-12-09

(Original Title: Korean Prosecutor: Recording Evidence Shows Park Geun-hye's Incompetence)
Transferred from Chutian Metropolis News According to the China News Agency, South Korean President Park Geun-hye was involved in a corruption scandal detonated by her cronies Cui Shunshi, and the prosecutors listed her as an accomplice. Prosecutors have revealed that the audio recordings seized during the investigation may make the public even more angry.
It is reported that nearly 50 audio files were stored in the confiscated smartphone of Park Geun-hye's trusted Zheng Hucheng. Zheng Hucheng was recently arrested and charged with leaking President Secret documents to Cui Shunshi.
A prosecutor related to the case said recently: "As long as the 10-second audio recording is released, everyone will lament how President Park Geun-hye would be so incompetent. It would be enough for people to replace the candles in their hands with torches and take them to the streets. protest."
It is reported that these files contain sensitive dialogue between the president and Zheng Hucheng. The report pointed out that after investigating the files, Zheng Hucheng, who had remained silent, pleaded guilty to the alleged crimes.
Another prosecutor also recently provided relevant information about the recorded files. According to a Korean TV station, the prosecutor said that the recorded file contained verbal instructions from Park Geun-hye and Cui Shun-shi. After hearing the files, prosecutors couldn't control their frustration and anger at the president.
South Korean prosecutors filed a lawsuit against Cui Shunshi, the former secretary of the Qinghuawatai policy, and former affiliated secretary Zheng Hucheng of Park Geun-hye on the 20th.
The Seoul Central District Court said that the statutory minimum sentences for the above-mentioned offences are fixed-term imprisonment of less than one year and should, in principle, be tried by a judge. However, considering the possible social impact of this case, the court decided to hear in a collegiate panel of three judges. The collegiate judges will be randomly assigned by the computer system.

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