South Korean police will crack the phone of the mayor of Seoul to find clues about the sexual harassment case
On the 13th, Seoul City held a funeral for Park Yuan Chun (Newsian News Agency)
According to Yonhap News Agency After the mayor of Seoul Park Yuan Chun died on the 9th, the sexual harassment has not subsided. The South Korean police said on the 14th that it will crack and collect evidence on Park Yuan-chun’s mobile phone to find clues about the sexual harassment case.
Piao Yuanchun was found in Beiyueshan, Seoul on the morning of the 10th, leaving a new Apple phone on the scene, which is currently kept by the police.
The person in charge of the police said on the 14th that he planned to communicate with the survivors after the funeral ceremony, and then determine the date of cracking and obtaining evidence on the mobile phone.
Piao Yuanchun’s last picture before his death
It is understood that in Park Yuanchun’s mobile phone, there may be many important clues, such as information about suspected sexual harassment, whereabouts before death, and the victim can also be determined Whether the incident was leaked, whether Park Yuanchun notified Qingwatai before he died, etc.
According to an overseas report earlier, Park Yuanchun’s former secretary filed a complaint with the police on the 8th, saying that he had been molested by Mayor Park several times. However, after Park Yuanchun’s accidental death on the 9th, the police investigation on the suspected sexual harassment case was suspended and the prosecution closed the case without prosecution power.
Former Secretary of Park Yuanchun’s lawyer showed evidence (Yonhap)
On the afternoon of the 13th, Former Secretary of Park Yuanchun held a press conference, saying that the victim had suffered sexual harassment by Park Yuanchun for 4 consecutive years. Call on the Seoul Metropolitan Government to form an investigation team to find out the truth. That day was also the day when Park Yuanchun was killed. The victim has been protected by the police and has not attended the press conference.
Column editor:Qin Hong Text editor:Cheng Pei Title source:Visual China Photo editor:Yong Kai