Police Reveal That Producer Kim Jong Hak Criticized Prosecution in His Suicide Note
Police confirmed that producer Kim Jong Hak committed suicide, and also that he had criticized prosecution in his suicide note.
A rep from the Bundang Police Agency, in charge of the case, told enews on July 25, "What some outlets say are true, that the deceased criticized prosecution in his suicide note. We don′t know if the family wished this to happen; police never revealed [the contents of his note]."
It had originally been revealed that the late Kim Jong Hak had apologized to his family in his note, but one outlet reported that he had also criticized prosecution for trying to coerce him.
In the revealed parts of the will, producer Kim was quoted to have said, "Prosecutor Kim OO, I am in a rage about your ambitions, about your conspiracies with album industries. I hope you apologize to those citizens who love dramas.... You make what has been built across a long time a mere sand castle, and you say you are the hand of justice? Ghosts lament your words. You should be the one to be prosecuted. You′ve been forcing a conclusion, and then what? I have been framed."
The rep commented, "We were aware that the name of a certain prosecutor was put down in the note. We can′t say much on it because it is a sensitive subject."
Producer Kim Jong Hak was found dead on July 23. Police have concluded he committed suicide, based on the suicide note and ignition coal found by his side. He had been under investigations on charges of fraud and embezzlement.
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