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Not survived in prison for 17 years. The Supreme Court stands up against corruption cases. There are 0 replies:
Not survived in prison for 17 years. The Supreme Court stands up against corruption cases. Original post: Thu 10/29/2020 at 10:13 PM

 

Did not survive 17 years in prison - On Oct. 29, Yonhap reported that the South Korean Supreme Court upheld a decision by the South Korean Court of Appeals in February this year to 78-year-old former South Korean slotxo president Lee Myung-bak. Year and fined 13,000 million won

 


On charges of embezzlement and bribery Mr. Lee will have to go back to prison again. After receiving bail from the Appeal Court in February of this year

 

Mr. E, who was president from 2008-2013, was charged in April. In 2018, with 16 counts of crime. Including misappropriation charges associated with DS auto parts companies and bribery.

 


Last Oct. The first district court ruled that Mr Lee was found guilty or partially guilty of seven counts of 15 years in prison, becoming the fourth former president of South Korea to be convicted of the crime. E. has continued to deny the accusations.

 

Later in February In 2020, the Seoul High Court ruled to increase the prison sentence to 17 years as the amount of money received by Mr Lee increased. Mr Lee embezzled 25.2 million won from DAS. That the court ruled Mr. E is clearly the owner. And found Mr Lee guilty of accepting 9,400 million won (259 million baht) of bribes, more than about 80 million won (2.2 million baht) of the amount ruled by a previous court.

 

The court found that Mr E was using the president's power to benefit the DS company and himself. Throughout Mr. Lee's political career He was asked is the real owner of the DAS company?

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