In the middle of the city at night, four defendants were sentenced to imprisonment in the '37 vs. 26 brawl' in which foreigners fought in the middle of the city.
Judge Park Gyu-do, who was solely responsible for the 7th criminal justice of the Changwon District Law, said that he sentenced two people, including Mr. A (31), who were handed over to trial on charges such as special injury, to one year in prison.
In addition, two people, including Mr. B (26), who were handed over to trial on the same charge were sentenced to 10 months in prison.
On June 20, they were divided into two groups in a parking lot in Buwon-dong, Gimhae-si, and in addition to the conflict, they swung their fists.
At that time, the scuffle, divided into 37 and 26, involving 60 people, was discovered and stopped by police officers on patrol within two minutes of the start.
The place where the fight took place was in the middle of the city center where Gimhae City Hall is located and there is a large floating population.
At the time, a police report from a citizen who was surprised to see the scene followed.
As a result of the survey, it was found that Group A is an organizational organization based in the metropolitan area, and Group B is mainly active in Busan and Gyeongnam.
Participants in the group brawl consisted of Korean nationals who were naturalized and Koreans from former Soviet countries such as Russia, Kazakhstan, and Kyrgyzstan.
Judge Park ruled, "The defendants used violence in the middle of the city to create anxiety." .
(Photo = Courtesy of Gyeongnam Provincial Police Agency, Yonhap News)