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incense burner was installed at the Armed Forces Capital Hospital where the body of Sergeant A, a victim of sexual harassment in the Air Force, was enshrined. The Joint Investigation Team of the Ministry of National Defense is planning to conduct an investigation by subpoenaing those involved after analyzing the seized and searched data.



Reporter Ahn Jung-sik reports.



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funeral home of the Armed Forces Capital Hospital where the body of Sergeant A, a victim of sexual harassment in the Air Force, is enshrined, mourners have been visiting from time to time.



[Lee Dong-won / Bundang-gu, Seongnam-si, Gyeonggi-do: (Sergeant A) I kept thinking about not being protected, so I felt unfair, so I came here because I kept thinking about it while I was at home.]



[Kim Dae-seong / Hwaseong-si, Gyeonggi: It must have been very difficult, but please I hope you will be happy there.] The



bereaved family decided to receive condolences from ordinary mourners every day from 9 am to 10 pm.



He said that he would receive only the will of remembrance and politely decline the donations, and oppose all political actions and expressions of intention using the deceased's death.



The Joint Investigation Team of the Ministry of National Defense, which is investigating allegations of concealment of the sexual harassment case, is focusing on analyzing the data obtained from the search and seizure of the Air Force Headquarters Military Police Team, the 20th Wing, and the 15th Wing Wing Military Police.



An investigative official said, "Among all documents of the Air Force Headquarters and the military police of the Air Wing, we have secured all documents that appear to have any connection with this case."



Based on the data analysis, it is expected that the investigation will be conducted soon.  

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