Netease Entertainment reported on July 11 that South Korean police chief Min Jialong announced at a press conference yesterday afternoon that the police had not found any criminal acts such as sexual assault or drug abuse in the VIP of Burningsun Night Club.
On April 11, this year, netizens launched a petition on the website of Tsingwatai, asking the government to thoroughly investigate whether sexual assault, drug abuse and other criminal acts occurred in the VIP room of Burningsun Night Club. The petition was attended by 213,327 people in just one month. Min Jialong, as the director of the Korean Public Security Department, held a press conference yesterday afternoon to respond to the petition. Should. Min Jialong said that after Burningsun Night Club was involved in a series of criminal suspects, the police invested 152 police to investigate, prosecuted 354 suspects, detained 29 of them, and punished 10 police officers who accepted bribes. However, the police did not find any clues about sexual assault or drug abuse among VIPs.
Min Jialong said that he knew that the investigation of Burningsun Night Club by the police could not satisfy the general public, and that the police would bear in mind the criticism and encouragement of the people in the future and work harder than ever.
Source: Netease Entertainment Responsible Editor: Yu Youjun _NBJS8144