Mother suffered 20 years of domestic violence and died three years ago. Her daughter petitioned Chong Wa Dae and sentenced her father to death.

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 Mother suffered 20 years of domestic violence and died three years ago. Her daughter petitioned Chong Wa Dae and sentenced her father to death.


The arrested father

At present, the three daughters of the two men are petitioning South Koreas Ching Wa Tai, hoping to be sentenced directly to the death penalty of their father. They think their father is a crime and must be isolated from society forever. As of 30, the petition has been signed by nearly 150 thousand people.

The three daughters said in an interview that for years, their father had been an absolute devil to them and their mother. Father had a record of family violence, and his mother divorced her father.

However, their mothers and daughters nightmares did not end completely with the divorce - and since then, the father has been following, harassing the mother. In 20 years, mothers have changed their phone numbers at least 10 times and moved six times to dump their fathers, but never succeeded.

Mothers are not only threatened by their fathers words, but also often beaten. They are life-threatening for many times. Mother often took us to hide, but eventually they were found by his father, he was found is beaten up, the daughter said, we have to constantly change the residence... Always living in a scared environment.

Eventually, last week, the biggest worry for the daughters happened: in a parking lot, the mother was stabbed to death by her wicked father.

In October 25th, the father was finally arrested by the police for intentional homicide. After that, 3 daughters petitioned the Chong Wa Dae in hopes of passing the death sentence on their father. Father is so guilty that he must be permanently segregated from society, and no other victims can be seen. I hope the authorities will sentence him to death, they wrote in the petition.

At the same time, they expressed the hope that the death penalty could arouse the attention of the whole society to the phenomenon of domestic violence, and expressed their dissatisfaction with the Korean judiciarys lazy attitude towards domestic violence and the light criminal law. According to current laws in South Korea, one of the perpetrators of domestic violence is usually sentenced to compulsory counseling or to a personal contact restriction order. The perpetrators should be punished, not consulted, South Korean womens rights activists said at a rally on the 29th. According to a report by the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, more than half of the more than 16,000 domestic violence cases reported to the police in 2015 were unpunished. The current law clearly focuses more on maintaining a stable family structure than punishing the perpetrators, the report says. It is reported that there is no explicit legislation abolishing the death penalty in South Korea, but the last execution of the death penalty dates back to 1997, nearly 21 years ago. The source of this article: Red Star News Editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

At the same time, they expressed the hope that the death penalty could arouse the attention of the whole society to the phenomenon of domestic violence, and expressed their dissatisfaction with the Korean judiciarys lazy attitude towards domestic violence and the light criminal law. According to current laws in South Korea, one of the perpetrators of domestic violence is usually sentenced to compulsory counseling or to a personal contact restriction order.

The perpetrators should be punished, not consulted, South Korean womens rights activists said at a rally on the 29th.

According to a report by the UN Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women, more than half of the more than 16,000 domestic violence cases reported to the police in 2015 were unpunished. The current law clearly focuses more on maintaining a stable family structure than punishing the perpetrators, the report says.

It is reported that there is no explicit legislation abolishing the death penalty in South Korea, but the last execution of the death penalty dates back to 1997, nearly 21 years ago.