Park Seong-min, former head of the Seoul Metropolitan Government’s information department, attended a special edition… top line investigation speed
The Special Investigation Headquarters of the National Police Agency, which is investigating the Itaewon disaster, has summoned Park Seong-min, the former head of the Seoul Metropolitan Government’s intelligence department.
The former Park manager is a ‘top line’ accused of ordering the deletion of the original file of the intelligence report written before the Halloween festival.
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Reporter Han Chae-hee.
Yes, Park Seong-min, the former head of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency’s intelligence department, appeared in the National Police Agency’s special issue as a suspect.
When asked about the controversy surrounding the deletion of the report, he replied briefly, “I will participate diligently in the investigation.”
After the Itaewon disaster, Park is accused of ordering the deletion of the original file of the intelligence report written before the Halloween festival in a group chat room with the information manager of the Yongsan Regional Office.
At the time, the former manager ordered Park to “delete the original report file as prescribed in preparation for inspection and search and seizure”, but there are conflicting interpretations of the meaning of ‘as prescribed’ here.
If the original report file is not removed normally, it could become a problem later, so the order was made to delete it, or it was determined that the Halloween security response could be a problem, so it was prepared for a search and seizure.I pay attention to the mouth.
Park, who is identified as the ‘top line’ of the controversy surrounding the deletion of an intelligence report, was booked as a suspect yesterday.
In the process of removing the report, the special edition looks at whether it was also reported to the Commissioner of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency, Kim Gwang-ho, but no suspicions have been found so far.
While the main suspects involved in the disaster are being investigated one after another, in the afternoon Lee Im-jae, the former chief of the Yongsan Police Station, is also being re-examined.
Lee, who appeared in the special edition on the 21st, came out after being under investigation for about 11 hours.
In addition, today, the special edition will call and investigate major suspects such as Song Byung-ju, head of Yongsan-seo’s 112 Situation Office, and continue to investigate references to employees of the Ministry of Public Administration and Security, Yongsan-gu Office, and Seoul Transportation Corporation.
So far, we have been informed by the special edition of the National Police Agency. ([email protected])
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