Seong-eun Seong, a public interest reporter on suspicion of ‘indictment’ by former Prosecutor General Yoon Seok-yeol, claimed that while the prosecution was conducting an investigation, she received a call from the Office of Public Investigation for High-Level Public Officials asking for cooperation.
In an interview with Channel A, which was reported on the 11th, Cho explained the process of reporting the allegations of ‘indictment’. Regarding the details of the prosecution’s report, he said, “I asked close reporters for phone numbers and contacted Han Dong-soo, head of the Inspection Department of the Supreme Prosecutors’ Office directly, and said that he wanted to file a public interest report.” He said the reason was so that the public interest declaration would not be interpreted politically.
Afterwards, Cho claimed that he received a phone call from an official of the Air Traffic Control Service. He said, “I asked to be contacted a few times (from the Airborne Service), but I waited until the bayonet procedure was completed.
Mr. Cho also claimed, “The Ministry of Airlift and Security has prepared all the procedures for reporting public interest from the beginning, so I could do it as soon as it arrived, so I asked him to cooperate quickly.” Mr. Cho also revealed the direction of the investigation. He said, “In the Airborne Service, if we pick some data from the sword, we do it, and if we don’t do this, we don’t. He said, “I wanted to go one step at a time the same way,” he said. Regarding his meeting with Park Ji-won, the head of the National Intelligence Service after reporting the allegations to the media, he insisted, “It was something like eating dinner when we had a set schedule.” Previously, the Ministry of Airborne Affairs announced on the 10th that it had booked former President Yoon, who was accused of so-called ‘indictment’, as a suspect on the 9th. Former President Yoon and others were charged with obstructing the exercise of the right to abuse of power, divulging public secrets, violating the Personal Information Protection Act, and violating the Public Official Election Act.
The Ministry of Airborne Affairs charged Yoon with the intention to abuse his power and influence the election as a public official by ordering former Supreme Prosecutor’s Office Investigation and Information Policy Officer Son Jun-seong (currently Daegu High Prosecutor’s Office) to write a complaint when he was the prosecutor general. because of a suspicion. If former President Yoon instigated the opposition party to file charges against 13 people, including passport officials, through a hand test in April last year, the Ministry of Public Safety and Security believes that charges of abuse of power could be applied.
At the ‘People’s Signal Interview’ hosted by the People’s Power Election Commission on the 10th, former President Yoon said, “I do not know anything about the allegations. It is a very malicious craft frame to instigate a political party of nominee.”
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