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S. Korean Police's Harsh Crackdown on People Assailed
Pyongyang, May 27 (KCNA) -- The south Korean puppet police on May 24 walked away more than 30 persons including the secretary general of the Confederation of Trade Unions and the chairman of the Metal Trade Union who took part in the candlelight actions for honoring the memory of the victims to the ferry Sewol sinking disaster, according to Yonhap News.

The puppet security authorities plan to take legal actions against them on charges that they did not obey the dispersion order but caused traffic chaos.

They also suppressed students who staged a surprise demo at the "government" building in Seoul on May 22 in denunciation of the authorities for evading the responsibility for the Sewol tragedy. The students held a press conference outside the "government" building where they blasted the puppet security authorities' crackdown and demanded the authorities set free the detained students.

The ever-more ferocious suppression by the Park Geun Hye group indicates its black-hearted intention to prevent the probe into the truth and evade the responsibility for the tragedy, not content with burying hundreds of young lives at the sea.

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