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'Violence Rally Driven' Jeon Kwang-Hoon dismissed warrant "Difficult to acknowledge necessity"

2020-01-02T16:25:25.016Z

The arrest warrant for Reverend Jeon Kwang-hoon was dismissed. The court found that the pastor's involvement or involvement in last year's violent acts at the Gwanghwamun Conservative Group was not binding. This is reporter Kim Min-jung.



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The arrest warrant for Reverend Jeon Kwang-hoon was dismissed. The court found that the pastor's involvement or involvement in last year's violent acts at the Gwanghwamun Conservative Group was not binding.

This is reporter Kim Min-jung.

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At about 10:30 last night, the Seoul Central District Court dismissed a warrant of arrest for Reverend Jeon Kwang-hoon, who was accused of leading the violent act of conservatives.

The court stated that it could not recognize the need for arrest, given the specific instructions, involvement, and evidence gathering of pastors in relation to violence.

The pastor attended a court warrant yesterday morning for allegedly leading violent acts against the police at a large conservative rally held in Gwanghwamun, Seoul, near the Blue House last October.

Earlier, the pastor denied the charge, attending a court warrant.

[President Kwang-Hoon Jeon / President of the Korean Christian Federation: I saw a violent rally behind me. If I say sin, it's my sin.

The pastor also claimed to have "breaked the police line in an independent North Korean refugee group."

Around the court, hundreds of former pastor's supporters held a call to dismiss the warrant until late last night.

The pastor has been accused of prosecution for allegedly raising money by receiving donations in addition to allegedly leading the assembly.

He was also accused of illegally campaigning at a New Year's meeting saying he would "take a party of his own in the general election."

Source: sbskr

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