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Posted by sl278 AKP STAFF Friday, July 12, 2019

Police Chief Min Gab Ryong states that there was no sexual violence or drug abuse in the Burning Sun VIP room

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Police Chief Min Gab Ryong has addressed the Blue House petition in regards to the Burning Sun scandal and stated: "sexual violence and drug abuse cannot be confirmed." He revealed this on July 10 and said the club customers and employees were interrogated. 

The Police Chief went on to state that they had arrested 42 people who had illegally taken sex videos in the restrooms and uploaded them to foreign sites but still could not confirm that illegal activities had happened in the VIP room. He continued to state that they had arrested 354 people and imprisoned 29 of those people, particularly 10 corrupt policemen and that "the police department would continue to go forward in response to the country's disappointment at the results of the investigation."

Many netizens are expressing their outrage at this announcement, citing corruption for the failure of the police to take action. 

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NoahL123 pts Friday, July 12, 2019 20
Friday, July 12, 2019

"sexual violence and drug abuse cannot be confirmed." and "no sexual violence" is two different term. Allkpop should be very careful what they're putting out there.

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sakn512 pts Friday, July 12, 2019 3
Friday, July 12, 2019

Of course, VIP clients are untouchable and after thorough investigation due to lack of evidence they can't be charged with anything. Furthermore, they turned out to be either witnesses or victims of vile and dangerous women who assaulted those helpless rich men in VIP rooms.

The new club was opened right in the middle of investigation... The audacity is just WOW
Bet this police chef was also a frequent guest

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