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Ooof! What a week.
dantethetaco 15th-Mar-2019 12:02 pm (UTC)
the police are all that exists in terms of law enforcement I guess

Prosecutors can lead investigations in Korea indepent to the police. And parliment can create special prosecutor teams (and I believe people like the lawyer and reporter can be asked to join these teams) for big cases like corruption in police/prosecution/politicians, like the one they formed for the former president's case.

So all hope is not lost.

Edited at 2019-03-15 12:07 pm (UTC)
lil_poisonfrog 15th-Mar-2019 12:42 pm (UTC)
Yeah I know the government has their own investigation going on. But like, they don't seem to have the power to stop the police from doing their own work too. That's the problem I have. Whereas the feds in America (in certain cases) can take jurisdiction away from local police forces. If this case was happening in America, the FBI would come in, guns out and all, and raid Seungri and co.'s residences once they obtained a warrant. There'd be none of this back-and-forth nonsense with the police. Not saying law enforcement isn't corrupt as fuck in America too btw, just that we supposedly have mechanisms in place to deal with this sort of situation.

Edited at 2019-03-15 12:44 pm (UTC)
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