Lee Jae-myung, “secondary assault” on the identity ceremony raised by the Jamboree resignation ‘opposition background theory’

Lee Jae-myung, the representative of the Democratic Party of Korea, pointed out to Rep. Won-shik Shin, who criticized the scouts in the Jeonbuk region토토사이트 for deciding to leave the Saemangeum Jamboree early for poor response to sex crimes, as “secondary harm”.

On the 7th, CEO Lee shared a newspaper article on his social media titled “People’s Power Identity Ceremony, Sexual Harassment Suspicion Raising 80 Jamboree Members’ Resignation ‘Opposition to the Republic of Korea Cartel'” and said, “Perhaps this person did not know that this was a secondary offense . You wouldn’t know,” he wrote.

Kim Tae-yeon, head of the 900th scouting team of the Jeonbuk Federation, also responded to the theory of Rep. Shin’s intervention in the opposition in an interview on MBC Radio’s ‘Kim Jong-bae’s Attention’ on the same day, saying, “It doesn’t even sound like a word.”

Director Kim emphasized, “I don’t have time to pay attention to politics because I’m taking care of my children.” He said, “I think (Rep. Shin Won-sik) said that because he did not know such a situation.”

On the 6th, when the Jeonbuk scout members resigned from the Jamboree the previous day for poor response to sex crimes, Congressman Shin claimed on his social media account that he was behind the opposition, saying, “It is the worst betrayal of the people.”

He said, “Could there be a boy scout leader in a country who would intentionally commit a sexual crime in a public place where 100 people witnessed the situation in common sense?” I used it as an excuse to leave early because I was treated with chimsobong.”

Previously, the 900th Jeonbuk Federation Scout Team decided to retire early, criticizing that the organizing committee did not take any action against sex crimes that occurred within the territory. The 900th Jeonbuk Federation Scouts enlisted in the Jamboree consisted of 80 people, including 72 teenagers.

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