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Police continue investigation into A Pink's death threat incident

By KpopJoA   Tuesday, June 20, 2017   14,332   1,980   9
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It appears the investigation is far from over as police recently gave an update regarding A Pink's death threat situation.


On June 19, it was revealed the court issued a search and seizure warrant requested by police in order to capture the alleged person who made death threat calls towards girl group A Pink.


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In the meantime, officers at the Gangnam Police Station are working to trace 112 calls made by the culprit. Police stated, "The death threats were made not once, but multiple times. The person used domestic phone lines as well as international lines to avoid being tracked."


As a result, A Pink's agency has stepped up on security and taken necessary protocols to ensure the girls' safety and protection.

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KangHyekyo456 Tuesday, June 20, 2017

I don't understand why people have to be so negative or hateful.  If you dislike a group or person who may or may not be a celebrity, avoid them.  Don't look at them or things related to them.  Why waste your time following them to express your hatred or negativity.  It's immature and pathetic.

meltx KangHyekyo456 Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Agreeee *__*

partyfan2013 Tuesday, June 20, 2017

In actual understanding here, it looks like the police are continuing on with their investigation regarding the most recent death threats that were being made towards A Pink.  It turns out that the police recieved a search and seizure warrant from the court to try to trace the mysterious man's calls because they believe that this person used domestic and international phone lines to avoid getting caught.  So that means that the man may potentially get into much more serious trouble.  So therefore, we shall wait patiently to see what will come out of the ongoing investigation.

krell Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Quoting AKP Article --> Police stated, "The death threats were made not once, but MULTIPLE TIMES.  The person used domestic phone lines as well as international lines to avoid being tracked." ... <-- The S.K POLICE are *not* interested in arresting KIDS engaged in 'prank' behavior. The SAD REALITY, is that these PERPS that make PHYSICAL THREATS against K-pop Idols ; are often ADULT MALES who know *exactly* what they are doing it. And the PERPS do this *repeatedly* over fairly LONG periods of time. After awhile, it is REASONABLE for POLICE to want to find the PERP. And *try* to figure out IF they are actually a PHYSICAL THREAT to anyone.

krell Tuesday, June 20, 2017

And, AKP ARTICLES like this one ; serve the *good purpose* of making it clear that the K-POP IDOL Business is NOT always about 'everyone loving everyone' all the time.

krell Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Reserved.

Orange_duck Tuesday, June 20, 2017

ok but what's the point of bringing this up everyday single day, can't the police just do their job and catch the guy without this media coverage?

themightymoron Orange_duck Tuesday, June 20, 2017

to prevent further incidents like this... i'd imagine the other fellow keyboard warriors would be thinking twice now before hitting enter.

krell Orange_duck Tuesday, June 20, 2017

Also, a LOT of AKP users think that "kids" playing a "prank" are behind these PHYSICAL THREAT situations. Which, sadly, it is *often* ADULT MALES who know EXACTLY what they are doing it. Which it is ILLEGAL and a CRIME under S.K Law.

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