Arrested 30 people for ‘prediction of murder’… Police Commissioner “Waste of police force, must refrain”
On the 5th, Commissioner Yoon Hee-geun of the National Police Agency criticized the police force for being wasted in tracking down and arresting the authors of a series of “murder notices” across the country, and asked them to refrain from writing them.
Commissioner Yoon said to reporters after an on-site inspection of the ‘special security activity’ at Jamsil Station, Songpa-gu, Seoul that afternoon, “I sincerely ask and 메이저사이트warn you to refrain from writing irresponsible murder notices.” Are you concerned and the police force is being wasted? It is a social loss,” he pointed out.
As for the reason for the successive murder notices, it was analyzed as ‘heroic psychology’. Commissioner Yoon said, “Most of them are adults, but it has been confirmed that there are minors among the writers.”
He promised to come up with a solution, saying, “I fully sympathize” with the concern that he may get caught up in a legal dispute while responding strongly to heinous criminals such as weapon riots.
He said, “It is true that the police are hesitant and hesitant about the use of firearms,” he said.
According to the police, at least 42 murder notices have been posted online since the riot with a weapon near Sillim Station in Gwanak-gu, Seoul on the 21st of last month. Although the police have not confirmed it officially, it is said that dozens of additional murder notices have been posted since then.
In Hanam City, Gyeonggi Province, a 14-year-old middle school student A (14) wrote an article saying, “I will commit a murder crime in the Misa Station area” the day before, and was arrested by the police. On the same day, a minor posted a message warning of a weapon riot in Haeundae, Busan, and was arrested by the police at his home.
In addition, the Gyeongsan Police Agency in North Gyeongsang Province tracked down Mr. B in his 20s who predicted the knife through an anonymous community at Daegu University in Gyeongsangnam-do and arrested him in 5 hours. Gumi Police Station in North Gyeongsang Province urgently arrested a teenage minor who wrote on the Internet community, “Next time, it’s a knife fight at Gumi Station” early this morning.
As of 7:00 pm on the same day, the police arrested 30 writers and are investigating the circumstances and suspicion of the crime. IP for the rest of the postTracking continues. It is reported that among the arrested suspects, there are several minors, including middle school students.