Two Jeju-doers who committed retaliatory gang violence for reporting them as school violence stood in court. 

Yesterday (19th) afternoon at the Jeju District Court, the first trial was held for Miss A (18) and Miss B (18), who were handed over to trial on charges of violating the Act on Aggravated Punishment for Specific Crimes (retaliatory injury, etc.).

A and B are charged with indiscriminately assaulting victim C in October of last year, causing injuries that required two weeks of treatment.

They said that Ms. C had reported school violence they had committed against others, and called Ms. C to the gymnasium of an elementary school in Jeju City.

Afterwards, she knocked Miss C on the floor and trampled her with her feet to prevent her from getting up again.

At the time, the police, who received a report from both C's acquaintances, rushed to the scene, but only advised them to go home. .

As a result of the investigation, it was revealed that A and B had conspired to commit the crime when they found out that the reporter was Miss C when a case of school violence they committed was reported to the police.

At the trial that day, they admitted to both the charges of A and B.

The court said to them, "There were several more students at the scene at the time, and the victim is currently attending the same school as the students." I did.

In addition, the court pointed out to the parents of the perpetrators A and B who were in the audience, "The damage is beyond words. If it were my child, blood would spurt upside down." "Don't do it. Whether you're humiliated or on your knees, you have to release the victim's heart," he said.

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