Next, let's take a look at the breaking news of the incumbent prosecutor's accusation. Prosecutor Son Jun-seong, who is suspected of delivering the complaint to the opposition, repeatedly denied that he did not write or deliver the complaint. The Airborne Service, which is analyzing the confiscated items, is reviewing the schedule for a summons investigation for Prosecutor Son Jun-seong.

First of all, this is reporter Bae Jun-woo.

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High Commissioner's Crime Investigation Department is doing its best to thoroughly analyze cell phones and PCs confiscated from Prosecutor Son Jun-seong and Rep. Kim Woong.

All the prosecutors in the investigation team and half of the prosecutors in the Airborne Service were hired by recruiting prosecutors from other departments.

In particular, as the sender of the 'Send Jun-seong Son' message was revealed to be the same person as Prosecutor Son Jun-seong, it is known that the Ministry of Airlift and Security believes that it is likely that Prosecutor Sohn sent the accusation letter to someone.

Prosecutor Son Jun-seong rebutted this.

Denying that he never wrote or even delivered a complaint, he warned that he would take strong action against the suspicion of the Public Air Service's public announcement of the facts of the suspect.

The agency, which should also be investigated by the person who wrote the complaint, is reviewing the schedule for summoning investigations of people around him as well as Prosecutor Son Jun-seong.

An official from the Airlift Service explained that the informant, Jo Seong-eun, can also be summoned for investigation if necessary.

He also hinted that the investigation could begin around the Chuseok holiday after completing the analysis of the confiscated items.

The Ministry of Public Security also began reviewing the case of accusation against former President Yoon Seok-yeol's claim that he was behind Park Ji-won, the head of the National Intelligence Service.

He explained that he is reviewing the scope of the investigation by the Airborne Service and whether there are enough clues to substantiate the criminal charges.

Separately, the Supreme Prosecutors' Office, which is conducting a fact-finding investigation, denied some media reports that it was tentatively concluded that it was difficult to apply charges of abuse of power or violation of the Public Official Election Act against Yoon, and explained that the investigation was ongoing.

(Video coverage: Seo Jin-ho, Video editing: Hwang Ji-young, Source: Hankyoreh Shimbun)