The Prosecution examined the circumstances in which the Supreme Court sent a judge to the Constitutional Court to remove internal information, such as the content of the discussions by the judges of the Constitutional Court.
The special department of the Seoul Public Prosecutor's Office and the special 3-department of the Seoul District Prosecutor's Office, investigating allegations of judicial inspections and trials at the Ministry of Justice of Yung Sung-tae, searched the office and house of Lee Kyu-jin (56)
The prosecutor also seized the headquarters of the district court judge in Seoul on the same day. He was sent to the charter from February 2015 to February 2018.
Chief Justice Choi said: "The court ruled against Park Jung-hee, the former president, and the verdict on the extermination of national compensation in the past, and the case against the officials of the Hyundai Motor Union. The prosecutor has discovered the situation that Choi has leaked to the Court's administrative court with the data and case reports from the internal meeting of the Constitutional Court with the former deputy director of Im Jong's administrative court. Public Prosecution Service has issued an order of seizure on charges of leaking official secrets.
In the "Emergency Aid Plan for the Constitutional Court", written in 2015, the Office of Administrative Supervision and Administration (KAI) has revised the plan to recommend the judge of the Supreme Court as judge of the Constitutional Court, or to seek judicial decisions by the Constitutional Court to block. The sentencing committee to which the former member of the permanent committee belonged also reportedly participated in this document.
Lee was suspected of involvement in the investigations of the judges and the proceedings of the court meetings led by Park, Byung – Dae, former Supreme Court judge. Lee Hyun-sook, a former pro-union lawyer of the ruling Liberal Democratic party, has reportedly demanded that the district court be deliberated on the district council's case in 2015.
The Prosecution suspects that Kim Min-soo, who worked as a consultant in the Planning and Coordinating Department at the Court's office in February last year, removed the computer files immediately after the appointment. This former permanent committee is currently excluded from the process.
Kim Min-sang, reporter [email protected]