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Sillim-dong swordfighter in his 30s, 13 years ago Sillim-dong bar riot with a weapon

It has been confirmed that a 33-year-old woman who killed four people in a riot with a weapon in Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul, has been punished for similar crimes in the past바카라사이트.

According to the legal community on the 24th, the Seoul Central District Court sentenced Cho (then 20 years old) to 1 year and 6 months in prison and 2 years of probation for being handed over to trial on charges of collective weapon injury under the Act on Punishment of Violence and Others in August 2010.

On January 25, 2010, around 2:00 am, Mr. Cho was handed over to trial on charges of rioting with a weapon after a quarrel with customers at a bar in Sillim-dong. At the time of the incident, Mr. Cho stepped on his guest Mr. A’s foot and got into an argument. Mr. Cho mistook Mr. B, who entered the bar, for Mr. A’s group and fought with Mr. B as well. When Mr. C, a member of Mr. B’s party, asked why the dispute had started, Mr. Cho hit Mr. C’s head with a soju bottle, saying, “I don’t want to talk.” Mr. Cho also swung a broken soju bottle at the employee who was stopping him. He even hit another employee in the stomach with a 500cc beer glass.

Mr. C, who was hit in the head, suffered a concussion (two weeks before treatment), and an employee who failed to avoid a broken soju bottle had his right arm torn by 5 cm. However, the court sentenced him to a suspended prison sentence, saying, “Cho is repenting and has made an amicable agreement with the victims.” This verdict was upheld.

Thirteen years after the incident, on the 21st of this month, Mr. Cho killed a man in his 20s and injured three men in their 30s by wielding a weapon in an alley of a shopping mall near Sillim-dong.


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