Lee Dong-gwan’s son Hanago’s homeroom teacher at the insistence of ‘a red lie’ “The prosecutor will just have to take off the vitality department”

On the 18th, Mr. A, a homeroom teacher in the first grade of Hana High School, the son of candidate Lee Dong-gwan, chairman of the Korea Communications Commission, held a press conference at the Communication Hall of the National Assembly and refuted Lee’s remarks at the confirmation hearing about his son’s school violence issue.

Mr. A said, “There were 23 cases of violence in the writings written by children (who suffered school violence from Candidate Lee’s son),” and “even with one or two, it is a case of school violence.” He also said, “The memory of (Candidate Lee’s) phone call (to me) regarding the birth of his spouse is a fact in my life memory.”

Earlier, in an interview with the Kyunghyang Shinmun this morning, Mr. A said, “The candidate’s wife requested that the contents of her child’s life record be corrected.” Regarding this, candidate Lee refuted at the National Assembly confirmation hearing, calling it a “blatant lie.” Candidate메이저놀이터 Lee said, “Isn’t it necessary to present evidence that (Mr. A) received such a phone call from his wife?”

Regarding this, Mr. A said at a press conference, “Korea is a rule of law society. If the prosecutor goes and takes off the vital part, he will know.” “I could say more than that, but I didn’t. (What I said) is true.” He continued, “If the murderer agrees, will the murder disappear?” “There was a time when children suffered. After that, the children consistently said that they had agreed, and they insisted (that way) for 10 years.”

Candidate Lee claimed at the confirmation hearing that “my son’s first grade homeroom teacher called his wife and child and said ‘I’m sorry’,” but Mr. A said, “Never.” Mr. A said, “(After hearing the news of candidate Lee’s son entering college), he said, ‘I had a hard time, and I am sorry that the teacher could not help me.

Mr. A said, “I don’t think positively about this candidate standing at the center of the country’s most important decision-making method, that is, journalism.” there is. There is regret in that part,” he said.

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