New Crimes of Traitors Opened to Public in S. Korea

Pyongyang, October 25 (KCNA) — More crimes of traitors Lee Myung Bak and Park Geun Hye have been reportedly opened to the public in south Korea.

On Oct. 18 a lawmaker from the Democratic Party disclosed a Chongwadae document saying that in an attempt to put down public opinion against the “government” and rig up election results traitor Lee instructed the puppet army to increase the number of agents of the cyber command in 2010.
Meanwhile, JTBC aired that when Park Geun Hye in office, Chongwadae gave instructions to the effect that “it is necessary to avoid responsibility and not to make an apology” as regards the death of peasant Paek Nam Gi.
In this regard, people of all social standings are pressing for the truth behind the crimes so as to keep the criminals from avoiding investigation for the liquidation of evils of conservative “regimes” and the punishment of those responsible.

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