“Bae Sang-yoon, chairman of KH, escaped the emperor by spending tens of billions in overseas casinos”

“Bae Sang-yoon, chairman of KH, escaped the emperor by spending tens of billions in overseas casinos”

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Bae Sang-yoon, chairman of KH Group, who is suspected of being involved in the alleged obstruction of the sale of Alpensia Resort and the suspicion of remittance to North Korea by the Ssangbangwool Group, is living a life of "escape from the emperor" by spending tens of billions of won in overseas casinos, prosecutors said on the 23rd.

The Seoul Central District Prosecutor’s Office’s Violent Crime Investigation Department (Chief Prosecutor Shin Joon-ho) said this while requesting an arrest warrant for four executives and staff members, including KH Vice Chairman Woo, who helped Chairman Bae escape abroad on charges of escaping a criminal and habitual gambling.

According to the prosecution, until recently, Chairman Bae received Korean food from Southeast Asia, including Vietnam, with the help of Mr. Woo and others, or visited luxury resorts and golf courses while being attended by an attendant. Prosecutors also revealed that Chairman Bae spent tens of billions of won of embezzled affiliate funds on gambling in casinos in Vietnam, Thailand and Singapore.

Prosecutors are investigating Bae's allegation of causing damages of 400 카지노솔루션임대 billion won to affiliates (misconduct) and stealing about 65 billion won of affiliate funds (embezzlement) during the investigation into the 'suspicion of corruption in the Alpensia resort bid'.

Ahn Bu-soo, chairman of the Asia-Pacific Peace Exchange Association, who is also suspected of being involved in the remittance to North Korea, was sentenced to 3 years and 6 months in prison by Suwon District Court Criminal Division 15 (presiding judge Lee Jeong-jae). This is the first sentence of a major figure involved in the suspicion here of sending money to North Korea.

Chairman Ahn was arrested and indicted in November of last year on charges of violating the Foreign Exchange Transactions Act, violating the Act on the Aggravated Punishment of Specific Economic Crimes (embezzlement), and instructing concealment of evidence. The judge pointed out, “Of the 1.2 billion won embezzled, 700 million won in subsidies from Gyeonggi-do are the people’s taxes.” In addition, in December 2018 and January 2019, Chairman Ahn conspired with former Chairman Kim Seong-tae and others to hand over a total of 210,000 dollars (about 270 million won) and 1.8 million yuan (about 330 million won) to North Korea. also admitted However, the charge of concealing evidence was judged innocent.

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