Ahead of the first trial (13th) of the death case, the prosecutors’ office on the 5th “It seems that there was a clear intention of murdering the victim (Jeong In-i), or at least they were aware of the possibility that the victim would die from the assault.”Was confirmed to have received a written opinion.
It is an expert opinion that came out while the prosecution was reviewing a plan to change the charges of Jung-in’s charges against wool from child abuse to murder, and the impact on future trials is noteworthy. Earlier, at the end of December of last year, the prosecution requested a medical review of Jung In’s death to the Pediatrics and Adolescents Association (hereinafter referred to as the Medical Association).
The opinions obtained by the JoongAng Ilbo on the 8th are said to have been written based on Jeong In-i’s autopsy report and medical thesis related to child abuse. Therefore, there is a high possibility that the prosecution will have a decisive influence on judgments such as changing the prosecution to a crime of murder or stating a crime of child abuse and lethality.
Prosecutor’s questions to prove’intention of murder’
The prosecution focused on questions that seemed to be aimed at finding out whether the wool was “intentional of murder” to the medical association. ▶How can the pancreas be amputated when there is no fracture in the spine?▶The autopsy result shows that the subcutaneous hemorrhage in the back is considered to have occurred when the blunt force, which is the direct cause of the pancreatic amputation, is applied.▶The abdomen (or Etc.), depending on the degree to which an external force is applied, whether there is an order of organs that can be destroyed or amputated, and the extent to which the pancreas falls. The prosecution’s nine questions seem to be aimed at inferring what specifically the act that shocked Jung In-yang and what the intention was.
“Estimate the physical force to hit’Let’s die'”
Responsible for writing the opinion Hyun-Taek Lim, Chairman of the Pediatrics and AdolescentsOn the 8th by phone.
Regarding the possibility that Jeong In-i died before going to the hospital, Chairman Lim said, “Jung-in was in a difficult state to revive. She had a serious child, but she didn’t want to bring her older child and call 119, so she called a call van to cope with it. That also had a big impact.”
Chairman Lim’s opinion is that Jung In-i’s pancreas was severely damaged and a very big shock would have been given. “The damage to Jeong In-yi was not when the wool was hit with a palm, but with a fist. The upper and lower abdomen are divided around the navel, and the left and right are divided. The organs located are different, and the medical examination is conducted separately. There are organs that are protected by touching the top of the upper abdomen and the ends of the ribs. The lungs and liver are protected by ribs, and the pancreas is in the exposed position. So it’s the upper abdomen, but it is presumed that Jung In-i was hit by the lower part of the ribs.”
“Excuse for breast augmentation surgery seems false”
On the day of his death, he also expressed his opinion on the identity of the’thumping’ he heard at a neighbor’s house. “If the child is lying down and shocked and the pancreas is distorted, a very large cow can be heard in the lower house. According to the National Forensic Research Institute’s assessment, the damage had already existed several days before the death, and there were also findings that the part was healing. On the day of his death, it seems that he applied a force of about seven times, saying, “Let’s die.”
Yangmo appears to have claimed that during the prosecution’s investigation, she accidentally dropped Jung In-i after undergoing breast augmentation surgery. Chairman Lim said, “September 22 is the day of surgery for wool. Jeong In dies three weeks later. “If you have breast augmentation surgery, you will have chest pain for up to two weeks, and you can lift and hold the child from the third week, so it seems false that the child was dropped due to the pain of surgery.
Chairman Lim analyzed that Jung In-i’s pancreas cutting was “a shock when a car hits a pedestrian and an impact enough to hit a bull’s head”. Regarding the possibility of death in the process of CPR, he explained, “In medical papers, it was confirmed that CPR will never damage the pancreas, and that was written in the opinion.”
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