The first prosecution investigation into the owner of ‘Cheonhwa Dongin No. 7’, a former reporter

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Prosecutors investigating the Daejang-dong development allegation are investigating for the first time Mr. Bae, who was a reporter and owned ‘Cheonhwa-dongin No. 7’, an affiliated company of Hwacheon Daeyu.

On the afternoon of the 18th, the Seoul Central Prosecutor’s Office’s dedicated investigation team summoned Mo Bae, a former reporter, who is a junior of Kim Man-bae, a major shareholder of Hwacheon Daeyu, who served as the head of the Money Today legal team, as the accused.

Bae, who was Kim’s successor and who until recently was the head of the Money Today legal team, is the owner of Cheonhwa-dongin No. 7, and it is said that he invested 10 million won and received a dividend of 12 billion won.

In April of last year, right after the dividend, I bought an apartment in Dogok-dong, Seoul for 3 billion won, and in August, I bought a two-story building and land in Gijang-gun, Busan for 7.4 billion won.

It is known that Bae introduced Kim Man-bae to Attorney Nam Wook, owner of Cheonhwa-dong No. 4, and Accountant Jeong Young-hak, owner of Cheonhwa-dong No. 5, between 2011 and 2012.

Attorney Nam and Accountant Jeong have been involved in the business since 2009, when Daejang-dong was initially developed.

Prosecutors are said to have called Bae and are investigating facts related to the charges against Kim Man-bae and lawyer Nam Wook, including the specific amount of breach.

The prosecution also summoned Kim Man-bae, lawyer Nam Wook, and accountant Jeong Young-hak this afternoon one after another.

Jung Jae-chang, a Wirye new town developer, who was identified by the prosecution as providing a bribe of 325 million won to Yoo, along with lawyer Nam and Accountant Jung, also attended.

The prosecution plans to hand over the two men to trial on charges such as breach of trust and bribery on the 22nd of this month, when the detention period of Kim and Nam will expire.

We plan to further prosecute allegations of political lobbying after further investigation.

The prosecution is also speeding up the work of analyzing the data obtained from the search and seizure of the home and office of former lawmaker Kwak Sang-do yesterday, as well as the headquarters of Hana Bank.

Prosecutors said that when the Hana Bank consortium, in which Hwacheon Daewoo participated in the early days of the Daejang-dong project, was on the verge of collapse, former lawmaker Kwak received the request of Mr. It is suspected that he received 5 billion won.

Prosecutors are planning to summon Kwak as a suspect under the Act on the Aggravated Punishment of Specific Economic Crimes for investigation.

Former lawmaker Kwak and Hana Bank both deny the allegations.

Reference-news.sbs.co.kr

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