The illegal case involving the “Xiongdong College” operated by the South Korean prosecutor’s investigation minister, Cao Guoren, was formally submitted to the court yesterday to approve the arrest of Cao Guo’s brother because he was involved in a fake lawsuit and accepted When a job seeker bribes, there is evidence of extinction.
South Korea’s joint news agency reported that the prosecution sent a message to Cao Guo’s wife on the 3rd, and on the 4th, he filed a petition against his brother, and further locked the Cao nationals to handle the case.
Former Qingwatai Civil Affairs Chief Secretary and Minister of Justice Cao Guo was a close confidant of President Wen Yuxi. Before he took office on September 9, he held a press conference of 8 hours and 20 minutes in Congress to clarify the various suspicions involved in his family and his family. The South Korean media expects that Wen is committed to judicial reform, and the forced appointment of Cao Guo may trigger a “political storm.”
The Central District Court of Seoul said on the 4th that it would appeal to Cao Guo’s brother for arrest and arrest on the grounds of alleged dereliction of duty and evidence of extinction. Cao Guo’s younger brother was questioned to obtain the project’s creditor’s rights with false materials and to file a lawsuit with the relevant person of the school’s legal person.
According to the report, “Xiongdong College” is located in Gyeongsangnam-do. The father and mother of Cao Guo successively served as the chairman of the board. The brothers and couples won the case in the project claims with Xiongdong College in 2006 and 2017. A credit of 10 billion won (about NT$ 256.46 million) was obtained.
However, some people have questioned that Xiongdong College did not try its best to debate the lawsuit, which led to the loss of the lawsuit. It was apparent that it was a lawsuit against the Cao people to misappropriate the legal person property.
Cao Guo’s brother was also accused of accepting a bribe of 100 million won for the parents of two job seekers in the process of hiring Xiongdong’s teachers. Cao Guo’s brother served as a director of Xiongdong College in 2006.
In investigating the case of Cao Guo’s brother and Xiongdong College’s counterfeiting lawsuit, the police found that he had evidence of extinction and decided to submit the arrest.