February 2 According to a report by Yonhap News Agency of South Korea, South Korean man Wu is suspected of robbing money from his subordinate female employee A and killing him cruelly.
February 2, the South Korean parliamentary government court announced that he would be sentenced to 35 years in prison and ordered Wu to carry a location tracking electronic device for 20 years, and strictly prohibit him from approaching the victim’s relics. belongs to.
According to the court and police, Wu has set up a company mainly engaged in live broadcast business in the government city of Gyeonggi Province, South Korea, but debts such as corporate loans exceed 100 million won ($100k).
In addition, office rental fees and other expenses need about 15 million won ($15k) per month. After hiring A (24 years old, female) in March 2020, Wu asked A to wear exposure to broadcast live, and planned to make profits from it.
Because A refused this request, Wu threatened A at work with a murder weapon at noon on June 29, 2020, and coerced him with ropes.
The murder weapon and rope are all ordered online in advance by Wu. After that, Wu robbed A of 10 million won (about $10k) of his personal wealth through the transfer. Fearing that A called the police, Wu strangled A at about 10 p.m. on the same day and strangled A.
After committing a crime, Wu thought of suicide, but failed. On July 1, 2020, Wu called the police and surrendered himself, confessing the facts of the crime.
It was confirmed that in the process of investigation, Wu was sentenced to three years and six months in prison and three years in prison for special robbery and special rape, and served his sentence twice.
During the trial, the defendant Wu claimed that “I suffered from depression, panic disorder, etc.
at the time of the crime. The side effects caused by taking medicine were in a state of mental weakness, and he did not deliberately kill A”, but the court did not accept it.
The court said: “The crime of robbery and murder is an anti-humane crime that takes the lives of others for property” and “given the bad facts of his crime, the defendant’s behavior is inadmissible under any circumstances.”