“Busan round kick man, getting healthier and angry”… Victim “50 years old when released”

After the appeal hearing of the so-called ‘Busan round kick case’, the victim shed tears and said, “I don’t know how to live if no one protects (me) from someone who will openly retaliate.”

At the sentencing hearing on the afternoon of the 12th, Busan High Court Criminal Division 2-1 (Chief Judge Choi Hwan) sentenced defendant A to 20 years in prison, disclosed personal information to information and communication networks for 10 years, restricted employment at child-related institutions for 10 years, and electronically tracked locations for 20 years. ordered to attach the device.

The victim who watched the trial that day said, “It is a little difficult because it is a very predictable result.” whether it gives I didn’t do anything wrong,” she cried.

Attorney Nam Eon-ho on the victim’s side said, “I feel encouraged that the truth has been revealed and that those parts (rape charges) have been recognized as part of the crime, but I feel regretful about the reason for the commutation of the sentence.”

Attorney Nam said, “It is natural that the court will issue a disposition to disclose personal information because it is a crime involving sex crimes.” Whether should be significant is still ambiguous,” he pointed out.

He added, “The ‘Busan Jeong Yoo-jeong incident’ is cruel, but I can’t help but wonder if this case is not cruel, whether the judgments of each investigative agency are different, and whether only cases that appear in the media are released.”

According to the current Act on Special Cases Concerning the Punishment of Specific Violent Crimes, the personal information can be disclosed when there is sufficient evidence to believe that a ‘suspect of a specific violent crime in which the means of the crime is cruel and serious damage has been caused’ has committed the crime, but the expression is ambiguous. Because of this, it is pointed out that the disclosure of personal information was conducted mainly in cases known to the public.

Attorney Nam said, “We will submit these opinions to the National Assembly Judiciary Committee in order to urge revision of the relevant law, and we will also file a request for adjudication on the constitutional complaint because laws that violate the principle of clarity are unconstitutional.”

On the other hand, Mr. B, who said he lived with Mr. A in the detention center, also informed Mr. A of his unrepentant attitude and cruelty토토사이트.

Mr. B said, “Mr. A did not apologize until the end. When she was in the detention center, she said things like, ‘I’m going to go out and kill the victim’ and ‘I’m going to hit you some more,’ he said every single day for two weeks.”

Then he said, “After three months, she saw Mr. A, and she is angry because she has gained more weight and seems to be healthier. A 20-year prison term is too short,” he said.

Mr. A was charged with assaulting the victim, a woman in her twenties, who was returning home from Seomyeon, Jin-gu, Busan in the early morning of May last year and assaulted her on the first floor of an officetel.

The trial court sentenced Mr. A to 12 years in prison for her attempted murder in October of last year, and both the prosecution and Mr. A appealed as unfair.

Afterwards, based on the evidence found by the prosecution in the additional DNA analysis, Mr. A’s charges were changed to attempted rape and murder, and he sought 35 years in prison. He assaulted the victim in a brutal way.”

The identity of Mr. A may not be disclosed until her conviction is confirmed if Mr. A appeals to the Supreme Court against the disclosure.

On this day, President Yoon Seok-yeol presided over a meeting of senior secretaries and instructed the Ministry of Justice to “promptly promote plans to expand the disclosure of the identity of perpetrators of violent crimes by women.”

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