Kim Man-bae, owner of Hwacheon Daeyu, and lawyer Nam Wook, owner of Cheonhwa-dong No. 4, who are the key figures in the Daejang-dong allegation, will be handed over to trial tomorrow (22nd).

The investigation into allegations of breach of trust surrounding the Daejang-dong project seems to have come to an end with the indictment of the two people, but investigations into allegations of high-level investigations, including allegations of political lobbying, remain at a standstill.

The Seoul Central District Prosecutor's Office's investigation team plans to detain and indict Kim Man-bae and lawyer Nam-wook on charges of breach of trust.

The two were accused of colluding with former Seongnam Urban Development Corporation planning division head Dong-gyu Yoo, accountant Jeong Young-hak, and lawyer Jeong Min-yong, who were indicted earlier, to drive 65.1 billion won in dividends to Hwacheon Daeyu and Cheonhwa-dongin Nos. There is.

Prosecutors estimate that the company suffered at least hundreds of billions of won in damages as a result of these crimes.

As the prosecution has been conducting reinforcing investigations so far, there are also observations that the investigation team will be able to state the amount of the crime and even a separate crime charge in the indictment of these two people.

Prosecutors are also considering prosecuting without detention along with accountant Jeong Young-hak, the owner of Cheonhwa-dongin No. 5.

This is because the indictment of former general manager Yoo, which was handed over to the trial earlier, contains the circumstance that accountant Jung Young-hak is an accomplice in the charge of breach of trust with former general manager Yoo.

Prosecutors should also investigate the involvement of superiors in the Daejang-dong suspicion, the 5 billion promise club, and the lobbying of the Seongnam City Council, but the investigation into these allegations is not progressing.

In particular, there is a forecast that the investigation team's investigation power has been weakened by the sudden change of Chief Prosecutor Yoo Kyung-pil due to the recent controversy over the 'split dinner'.

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