▲Supporters of Representative Lee Jae-myung heading to the Democratic Party headquarters Photo: Yonhap News
When the National Assembly passed a motion to arrest Lee Jae-myeong, leader of the Democratic Party of Korea, a notice of murder targeting some lawmakers who were mentioned as being part of a secret group was posted, and the police began an investigation.
According to the Gyeonggi Southern Police Station, around 8 p.m. on the 21st, when the motion for arrest of Representative Lee was passed, an unidentified netizen on an Internet community mentioned the real names of 14 Democratic Party members and said, “I need to prepare a rifle.” “I posted a post containing things like:
The lawmakers named in the article are classified as non-members within the party.
The police believe that when the motion for arrest of Representative Lee was passed at the plenary session of the National Assembly on this day, these lawmakers voted in favor and believe that the netizen in question made this threat.
Gyeonggi Uiwang Police Station, which received the report, is conducting an investigation based on IP addresses, etc.
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