calendar>>June 13. 2014 Juche 103
S. Korean Police Clamps Down Participants in Anti-"government" Actions
Pyongyang, June 13 (KCNA) -- The south Korean puppet regime hurled police into violently suppressing the bereaved families and other people who are demanding the probe into the truth behind the ferry Sewol disaster, according to the south Korean internet paper Voice of People.

On the anniversary of the June Popular Resistance, civic and social organizations in south Korea held a rally in Jongro District, Seoul on June 10, at which they demanded a probe into the truth behind the ferry disaster.

The puppet regime termed their rally illegal and hurled hundreds of policemen into throwing a cordon around the venue of the rally, creating a terror-ridden atmosphere.

At the end of the rally students of Hansin University and Songgonghoe University and people of various strata turned out in a demo, calling for heading to Chongwadae in demand of the earliest possible probe into the truth behind the disaster.

When police blocked their way, the protesters offered strong resistance against the riot police. The police walked away more than 30 of them.

The fascist police also committed violence against those who were protesting while blocking a police bus carrying protesters before arresting them.

The fascist racket which began that evening continued till dawn next day.

A student was carried to a hospital after losing consciousness due to brutal violence of police and 69 others were walked off.

Much upset by the daily mounting actions against the "government" and Park Geun Hye in various parts of south Korea, the puppet gangsters are becoming more brutal in police crackdown on the people.

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