I received a bizarre email a few days ago.
It said that there was a threat of President Barack Obama in South Korea.
The strange thing is that if the Korean intelligence agency did not inspect the 4chan users, it would be impossible to reasonably explain the criminal investigation process except civilian inspections.
I would like to ask your analysis because it is hard for me to understand.
Do you know about Obama threats in South Korea?
You never know what has happened in South Korea. A South Korean youth was arrested on suspicion of intimidating President Obama and threatening to kill Ambassador Lippert in 2015. He is currently in poor health and has been severely devastated by mental shock and has failed to do anything. So please understand that I write on behalf of him. Police and prosecutors have ignored his innocence claims since the beginning of the investigation and condemned him as a sexual pervert. For the politically inspired news leaks, police and prosecutors made him open to public criticism. South Korean journalists reproached him by revealing a distinctive hysteria of hatred and repulsion to disregard human rights of this man. During the trial toward guilty, attorneys and judges make up for the police and prosecutor's groundless and inconsistent investigation reports with modifications and complements.
After about a year and two months of trial, the South Korean court sentenced him to 18 months in jail for allegedly attempting to threaten the US president because of fermenting the diplomatic troubles. He continued to make innocent claims, so he suffered hunger in solitary confinement during his imprisonment, harassed by jailers, and received unusual medicinal treatments in a psychiatric hospital. The corrupt doctors in a back-scratching alliance with jail injected unknown drugs to try to produce confession from him. South Koreans who numbed humanity forced him to commit suicide in order to close the case. For the first time in his life, he was greatly disappointed by the human nature. The prosecutor appealed against the decision because the sentence is too light. The prosecutor demands 4 years and 6 months' imprisonment. About two and a half years later, the second trial is ongoing.
The court has failed to make a ruling on the appeal, and has still extended his ban on leaving the country. His mother's devoted efforts proved that the fabricated evidence at the first trial is found to have beenPost too long. Click here to view the full text.