Arrest Warrant Issued for Accused Threatening Lawmaker
The National Assembly has approved a motion to arrest Lee Jae-myeong, leader of the Democratic Party of Korea. Following this decision, the police have taken immediate action by apprehending a man in his 40s who was allegedly responsible for writing a chilling assassination threat targeting non-member lawmakers.
Police Arrest Suspect for Threatening Non-Member Lawmakers
The South Gyeonggi Police Agency revealed that Mr. A, a man in his 40s, was apprehended by the Uiwang Police Station for his suspected involvement in making threats. The authorities are currently conducting an investigation into this matter.
Mr. A is accused of posting an alarming message on an Internet community not once, but twice, around 8 PM on the 21st. The post in question, titled ‘List of lawmakers who voted unconditionally,’ included the real names of 14 Democratic Party lawmakers and hinted at terroristic intentions, stating, “I need to look for the sniper rifle at home.”
It is worth noting that the Democratic Party members listed in the post are classified as non-members of the party.
Alleged Threat Directed at Pro-Arrest Lawmakers
Law enforcement authorities suspect that Mr. A specifically targeted lawmakers who seemingly voted in favor of the motion to arrest Representative Lee at the National Assembly plenary on the 21st. Another post by Mr. A showcased a photo of a crossbow, accompanied by the comment, “I don’t know if I should leave the crossbow at the police station.”
Acting swiftly, the police swiftly initiated an investigation, tracing Mr. A’s IP address and apprehending him at an accommodation in Gunpo at 8:25 am on the 23rd. Upon searching his residence, no rifle or crossbow was found.
A police officer mentioned, “We will soon be applying for an arrest warrant after thoroughly examining Mr. A’s motive for committing this crime.” They added, “We will take firm action against individuals who post messages inciting violence.”
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▲ The motion to arrest representative Lee Jae-myeong was passed. Photo: Yonhap News
After the National Assembly passed a motion to arrest Lee Jae-myeong, leader of the Democratic Party of Korea, a man in his 40s who wrote an assassination alert targeting non-member lawmakers was arrested by police.
According to the South Gyeonggi Police Agency on the 23rd, the Uiwang Police Station arrested Mr. A, a man in his 40s, on suspicion of making threats and is investigating.
Mr A has been accused of writing an assassination alert targeting some Democratic Party lawmakers on an Internet community twice around 8 PM on the 21st.
In a post titled ‘List of lawmakers who voted unconditionally,’ the man was found to have suggested terrorism by mentioning the real names of 14 Democratic Party lawmakers and saying, “I need to look for the sniper rifle at home.”
The members of the Democratic Party whose names were listed in the article are classified as non-members of the party.
The police believe that Mr A made this threat to lawmakers who appeared to have voted in favor during the vote on the motion to arrest Representative Lee at the National Assembly plenary on the 21st.
In another post, Mr A posted a photo of a crossbow and wrote, “I don’t know if I should leave the crossbow at the police station.”
The police launched an investigation based on IP addresses and hurriedly arrested Mr A at an accommodation in Gunpo at 8:25 am on the 23rd.
When the police searched his home immediately after his arrest, no rifle or crossbow was found.
A police officer said, “We plan to apply for an arrest warrant soon after investigating Mr A’s motive for the crime,” and added, “We will continue to take strong action against posting messages warning of murder.”
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