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CPRK Secretariat Accuses S. Korean Regime of Declaring Criminals Not Guilty
| Pyongyang, June 12 (KCNA) -- Some days ago the south Korean puppet authorities made public the results of the investigation made by the prosecution into the case of opening the minutes of the north-south summit to the public in which they declared all those involved in the case not guilty. The Secretariat of the Committee for the Peaceful Reunification of Korea (CPRK) on Thursday issued information bulletin No. 1066 denouncing this ruling.
The information bulletin said:
This hideous case was cooked up by the group of the "Saenuri Party" together with Chongwadae, the Intelligence Service and others to kick off a racket for eliminating the "followers of the north" during the "presidential" election in 2012 and make the situation favorable for them. They illegally read and opened to the public the minutes of the north-south summit in 2007 in a bid to cook up former south Korean president Roh Moo Hyun's "remarks giving up the northern limit line."
Opposition parties and south Koreans of different social standings branded the opening of the minutes to the public as "breach of national discipline" and "crime", strongly demanding a legal punishment of the chief culprits including those heavyweights of the "Saenuri Party" and accomplices. This led to the investigation by the prosecution.
However, the investigation dragged on more than a year and the puppet prosecution did not prosecute the prime movers of the case Kim Mu Song, lawmaker from the "Saenuri Party", and Kwon Yong Se, south Korean ambassador to China, claiming that they were not suspected of violating the law. The prosecution ruled that So Sang Gi, chairman of the Information Committee of the puppet "National Assembly," who illegally opened to the public the original copy of the minutes of the north-south summit; Nam Jae Jun, former director of the Intelligence Service (IS); Han Ki Bom, first vice-director of the IS; and others were free from suspicions.
And in October, 2012, Jong Mun Hon, a lawmaker from the "Saenuri Party", was punished with a light fine after the inspection of state administration by the south Korean puppet regime though he sparked furor over the above-said allegation about Roh and opened the minutes to the press.
However, the prosecution convicted Paek Jong Chon, security chief of Chongwadae of the former Roh regime, and Jo Myong Gyun, secretary for security policy of the former regime, of felonies on groundless charges that they deleted the transcript of the minutes of the north-south summit and imposed a fine upon Kang Ki Jong, a lawmaker from the Democratic Alliance for New Politics, and three others, who disclosed the IS's involvement in political affairs, on charges of involvement in the case of detaining a woman agent of the IS.
The prosecution's recent judgment reminds one of the fascist suppression in the days of the "yusin" dictatorial regime which resorted to any hooliganism to gratify its greed for power and eliminated all the political rivals without exception through a various conspiratorial plots.
The above-said actions are nothing but a blatant challenge and vicious mockery of the summit and the October 4 declaration.
We will never pardon the south Korean puppet regime for unilaterally opening to the public the minutes and defaming the north-south joint declaration, hurting the dignity of the supreme leadership of the DPRK, the acts of treachery and criminal actions against national reunification.
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