People’s Power, ‘West Sea Public Officials’ Bereaved Family Invitational Meeting… Brother Lee Rae-jin attended

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Lee Rae-jin, the older brother of a public official of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, who was killed by the North Korean military on the 17th, speaks at a press conference related to the future legal response to the ‘the murder of a public official in the West Sea’ at the Law Office in Seocho-gu, Seoul. Reporter Moon Jae-won

On the morning of the 24th, the People’s Power will hold a meeting to invite the bereaved families of the ‘True Investigation Task Force on the shooting of a public official of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries’ at the National Assembly on the morning of the 24th.

Lee Rae-jin, the older brother of Lee Dae-jun, an official of the Ministry of Oceans and Fisheries, who was shot and killed by North Korean forces in the West Sea in September 2020, will attend. The party will be attended by floor leader Kwon Seong-dong, senior floor leader Song Eon-seok, and task force chairperson Ha Tae-kyung.

The task force also announces the results of the visit to the Ministry of National Defense the day before. During a visit to the Ministry of National Defense on the 23rd, the TF said, “The Ministry of National Defense said that it had confirmed that the body was incinerated after the assassination of Lee Dae-jun, a fishery guidance official in the West Sea, but then changed its position to ‘presumed’ under the direction of the then secretary-general of the National Security Council (NSC), Seo Ju-seok. It has been confirmed that according to the Assemblyman Ha said, “The person responsible for the distortion at the Blue House is NSC Secretary-General Suh Joo-seok.” .

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