Pyongyang, August 6 (KCNA) — The Park Geun Hye group of south Korea did not send to the Archives data on criminal records during the period of its office including the data related to the case of “abuse of power” in state affairs and ferry Sewol disaster but scrapped en masse them, according to a south Korean media report. Nearly half of the documents of the preceding regime in the Archives are odds and ends such as data on the operation of dining hall for Chongwadae employees and there is no datum on day’s routine of the “president”, the report said, adding that it is impossible to bring to light the crimes of the Park Geun Hye group even though the “records of the president” are made public with the passage of the time.
Rodong Sinmun Sunday says in a commentary in this regard:
It is another organized crime which was committed on the direct order of traitor Park, a despicable trick to bury into oblivion all crimes she committed during her office.
The Park Geun Hye group of traitors has so far left no means untried to cover up their criminal acts, the commentary notes, and goes on:
An evil deed will be discovered. The reckless moves of the group of traitors only prove that they are afraid of the disclosure of their records in the ruling period.
Through the recent case, south Koreans of all social standings are clearly realizing once again that the Park group of traitors are heinous criminals to be severely punished.
The south Korean people will bring to light the heinous criminal acts to the last and the Park group of traitors will pay high price for their crimes, though they may resort to sleight of hand.
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