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Suspect on charges of aiding and abetting fraud… Post a commemorative photo of the Commissioner’s office on social media

(Seoul = Larose.VIP) Reporter Kang Young-hoon = As suspicions of ‘scam coins’ (fraudulent virtual currency) involving celebrities, YouTubers, athletes, etc. are spreading, controversy has arisen as it is known that the representative of the coin company was in contact with a high-ranking police officer.

According to Larose.VIP coverage on the 17th, a commemorative photo taken by Mr. Choi, an official of a coin company suspected of scam coins, in the reception room of a local police chief is being spread through Internet communities.

This photo was taken when Choi visited the local police station on the 17th of last month, and became known to people when he posted the photo on his Instagram.

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Mr. Choi uploaded a photo of himself holding Commissioner A’s hand and a photo of him sitting alone in the commissioner’s seat in the center of the reception room where his rank plaque is located, and wrote the words ‘Commissioner’s office’ and ‘Commissioner ○○○.’

The problem is that the coin issued by Choi’s coin company has recently been surrounded by suspicions that it is a scam coin without blockchain encryption technology. This company is suspected of illegally attracting investment funds by deceiving investors into thinking that the coin will be listed by using celebrities.

In addition, Mr. Choi has been confirmed to be a suspect being investigated on charges of aiding and abetting fraud in a separate coin fraud case at the local police station under the command of Commissioner A, raising suspicions of a ‘passive investigation’.

As the photo of Mr. Choi taken with Commissioner A spread on the Internet, and suspicions of involvement of high-ranking police officers in relation to this scam coin incident spread, one netizen even left a ‘certification message’ saying that he had reported Commissioner A to the Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission.

Regarding this, Commissioner A explained, “(On the day of the photo shoot), an acquaintance said he would visit the office briefly, so I met him, his son, and my son’s friend, Mr. Choi. That was the first time I met Mr. Choi.”

He said, “After drinking tea with them for about 10 minutes, while parting ways, I took a picture at the recommendation of an acquaintance. At first, I had planned to meet only acquaintances, but when I heard that he was coming with his son who was nearby, I had no choice but to meet Mr. Choi as well.” He added.

Regarding the suspicion of a ‘look-alike investigation’, he said, “At the time I took the photo, I did not know that Mr. Choi was being investigated for a coin fraud case.”

Meanwhile, in relation to the coin fraud case in which Mr. Choi was booked as a suspect, the police applied for a preliminary arrest warrant for Mr. Choi in December of last year, about a month before the photo shoot in question, but the warrant was rejected by the prosecution.

The police, who have been conducting a supplementary investigation since then, plan to transfer Mr. Choi to the prosecution without detention in the near future.

kyh@yna.co.kr

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