SEOUL, November 23 (Yonhap) – South Korean president Roh Moo-hyun, a former prime minister,
The district attorney in Seoul Central District will call the same former commissioner on the same day at 10.00. This former permanent commissioner is excluded from the trial as a judge at a high judicial level.
The former commissioner was suspected of receiving sensitive internal information, such as the content of the judgment of the Constitutional Court by the judge of the District Court in Seoul, who was then sent to the Constitutional Court. The Prosecution suspects that the information would have been forwarded to the top of the list, including the former deputy director of the court administration, Lim Jong-hun.
It is known that the contents of the leaked Choi & # 39; s court contain the remarks of a judge at the time of the deposition of former president Park Geun-hye. The Supreme Court has already announced that the case against the Constitutional Court has been filed in connection with the statute of limitations, the case Hyundai Motor Union Business Crime, and so on.
The Prosecution seized such circumstances and searched the office of the permanent commissioners and the chief judge of the former presidential office 20 days ago. The subject of the seizure was also included in the e-mails that the Chief Justice Choi used during his tenure. However, they found no meaningful information in the e-mail.
The prosecutor, who summoned the judge of Choi Min-soo the day before and asked for the release of the documents, intends to continue the investigation against the former members of the permanent committee.
Lee is also suspected of being involved in a lawsuit filed by Lee Hyun-sook, a former pro-union lawyer in the province of Jeonbuk, It is also excluded from the job because it has been investigated that it has been able to identify trends in specific court meetings and can take part in academic conferences.
The prosecutor also received a statement that the former permanent commissioner ordered the removal of documents that could pose a problem for the controlling officials in February when the controversy began. The prosecutor reportedly received relevant statements from a number of judges, including Kim Chang-wan, a lawyer from the Masan provincial government, who was investigated to have 24,000 documents removed.