Former lawmaker Kwak Sang-do, a former member of the People's Power, who was indicted on charges of receiving bribes from developers in Daejang-dong and is awaiting trial, said today (10th), "As long as the regime has changed, we will fight innocently in court."

In a prison letter sent to the legal reporters this morning, former lawmaker Kwak said, "Yesterday, a new president was elected." took off.

He added, "The prosecution has arrested and charged with coercive Chun-hyang without finding any connection," he said. I did.

Former lawmaker Kwak confessed his innocence, saying, "There is no fact that I asked Hana Bank officials to remain in the consortium, nor that I exercised any help or influence in the Daejang-dong project while serving as a member of the National Assembly. appealed.

He added, "I was neither involved nor heard of what process, procedure, and reason 5 billion won was set as (son's) performance pay on March 4, 2021. It's something I want to know, too."

He is also accused of receiving 50 million won in illegal political funds from Attorney Nam Wook, the owner of Cheonhwa Dongin 4, around the time of the 20th general election in 2016.

The first trial preparation date for former lawmaker Kwak, lawyer Nam Wook, and Hwacheon Daeyu major shareholder Kim Man-bae is scheduled for the 17th.