It was found that the prosecution obtained an internal report document from the National Intelligence Service, which describes the situation at the time of the Ssangbangwool Group’s remittance of $8 million to North Korea in 2019.
According to the legal community on the 22nd, Suwon District Prosecutor’s Office 6th (Chief Prosecutor Kim Young-nam) seized and searched the National Intelligence Service on the 19th to secure data related to Ssangbangul remittance to North Korea토토사이트.
The search and seizure was based on the fact that the court accepted the opinion submitted by the prosecution at the 32nd trial of Lee Hwa-young, former vice-governor of peace in Gyeonggi-do, held on the 16th.
Ahn Bu-soo, chairman of the Asia-Pacific Peace Exchange Association, who recently appeared in court as a witness, stated that he “reported the Ssangbangbang Group’s remittance process to North Korea to the NIS.”
In response, the prosecution submitted a written opinion to the court stating that it is necessary to conduct a search and seizure of the NIS in order to cover the truth of Chairman Ahn’s statement.
The judge accepted the prosecution’s opinion and said, “Formally, it will be a search and seizure, but in reality, we will inquire the facts (request the submission of documents) and receive the data stored by the institution.” Therefore, the search and seizure was carried out in this format.
The document secured by the prosecution is a report written by Mr. A, an NIS employee who observed Chairman Ahn’s activities in North Korea in 2019. It is said to be classified as a second-class secret, and details are not known.
Prosecutors plan to submit these documents at the trial of the former deputy governor, which will be held on the 23rd.
Depending on the judgment of the court, it may be adopted as evidence in future trials.