檢, ‘Yoon Woo-jin’s Solicitation Award’ tax official investigation begins in earnest

Whereabouts of 100 Million Lobby Fund Use – Intensive Investigation

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As the former Yongsan Tax Office Chief Yoon Woo-jin (who was imprisoned), who received money for lobbying against lawyers and tax authorities, was arrested, and the prosecution is expected to begin an investigation into the public officials who were designated as solicitations. It is predicted that the re-investigation of a meat dealer bribery case in which former Chief Yoon was acquitted will be completed as early as this month.

According to the legal community on the 8th, the Seoul Central District Prosecutor’s Office for Anti-Corruption Violent Investigation Division 1 (Chief Prosecutor Jung Yong-hwan) secured a statement that Yoon received money from Mr. The source and whereabouts of the funds will be investigated. Prosecutors believe that former Chief Yoon received a total of 130 million won in 2017, including 100 million won from A, a real estate developer in Incheon, and 30 million won from businessman B.

Separately, the 13th Criminal Division of the Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ Office (Chief Prosecutor Lim Sang-hyeok) is also re-investigating the allegation that former Chief Yoon received tens of millions of won from Mr. In 2012, former Chief Yoon was arrested for fleeing abroad while under investigation by the police, but the prosecution ruled that there was insufficient evidence and dismissed the charges in 2015. In the process, suspicions arose that Prosecutor Dae-jin Yoon, the younger brother of former Chief Yoon, and presidential candidate Yoon Seok-yeol, the People’s Power, were involved, and the prosecution began a full-fledged investigation in November of last year.

Reporter Wonmo Yoo [email protected]

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