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Prosecutors demand a high sentence for men who gang-raped a teacher

By jubilantj   Monday, September 26, 2016   42,331   166   0



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The Supreme Prosecutors' Office of the Republic of Korea has demanded lengthy sentences for the men who gang-raped a teacher and tried to hide the evidence of their criminal act. 

During the final trial which progressed on September 26, the prosecutors demanded a 25-year sentence for Kim (38), a 22-year sentence for Lee (34), and a 17-year sentence for Park (49). Prosecution reasoned that the severity of the perpetrators' crimes are extreme, and considering that they conspired to gang rape the teacher, a heavy penalty is inevitable. 

Kim received the lengthiest sentence as he is suspected of the sexual assault cases which occurred recently in Daejeon. Park, on the other hand, received a light sentence as he did not actually rape the teacher but attempted to. 

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The victim did not appear in court, and two doctors and three others, including psychologists and professors stood as witnesses in her place, attesting to the victim's physical and emotion conditions. The witnesses testified that due to the severity of the perpetrators' crimes, the victim is suffering from extreme anxiety and that she will need to receive treatment for more than a year. 

The court's final verdict will be announced on October 13. 

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dan_dae_hyun Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Cut they d*cks off. In my country rapers are killed in prison by the hand of the other inmates. Sometimes beheaded.

dan_dae_hyun Wednesday, October 12, 2016


wahoofishchi Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Korean law is too weak as they all say. The guilty men would've received the death penalty in India.

vaxanne Monday, September 26, 2016

I can't imagine what the wives and children of these rapists are going through- "My father raped my teacher" and the social backlash coming at them

SahanaE Monday, September 26, 2016

I never understand why they don't reveal their faces. If they committed such as heinous crime, they should be publicly shamed.

Kimleechanee SahanaE Monday, September 26, 2016


nanuk SahanaE Monday, September 26, 2016

Safety of the criminals family; they did nothing to warrant being attacked, which they likely would be if the names of the criminals were released. People get so caught up in their hate for one person that, when they can't blame them, they go for the closest thing. There's also, perhaps controversially, the reason of protecting the criminal. Their names might not be released so that once they themselves are released they can live safely. Especially after 20 years of prison - and you can't release them back into a society that hates them because you'd be turning civilians who attack them out of rage into criminals too (assault, etc.). I think if it is likely that they are dangerous at the time of their release their names are often released. Sometimes their names are released anyway. But I think it would still be very bad for their families.

anomynous SahanaE Monday, September 26, 2016

yeah like @nanuk said, it's mainly for the family because they shouldnt be shamed by the public or people around them for something they didnt do

pink_oracle Monday, September 26, 2016


L_Carter (Banned) Monday, September 26, 2016

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once777 Monday, September 26, 2016

they need to stay in prison for life! shame on the men(pervert/dumbasses) i feel so sad that she has to go through that.

Voldemin_2 Monday, September 26, 2016

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