The former president of South Korea will be on trial for 28 days. The death penalty was also a copy of the family

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 The former president of South Korea will be on trial for 28 days. The death penalty was also a copy of the family


Overseas network, May 11, according to Yonhap 11 reported, because of the alleged defamation of the deceased the former president of the South Korean President Quan Douhuan, will receive the first trial on the 28 day, I do not appear in the court. He is reported to be suspected of distorting and denying some of the facts in the 5 / 18 Kwangju incident in 1980, and suspected of defamation of the victims and their survivors in his memoirs. Quan Douhuan has been reelected as the eleventh and 12 president of the Republic of Korea. In 1996, he was prosecuted for military offense and so on. He was sentenced to death in the first instance and later commuted to life imprisonment. In December 1997, Quan Dun Hwan was granted an amnesty by President elect Kim Dae-jung and was released in early 1998. In July 2013, he was repaid by the copy. Former South Korean President, Quan Dou Huan, was charged with distorting the Kwangju incident and defaming the dead. Overseas network May 3, according to Yonhap reported, 3, the 3, the Kwangju local Procuratorate in South Korea was suspected of defamation of the deceased, the 87 year old Korean former president Quan Hwan to bring a lawsuit of no detention. According to the report, he was suspected of distorting and denying some of the facts in the 5 / 18 Kwangju incident in 1980, and suspected of defamation of the victims and their families in their memoirs.