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BUSAN, South Korea -- Four domestic and foreign activists of Greenpeace who held an anti-nuclear protest by hanging on the cable on Gwangan bridge for 52 hours were indicted without detention for obstruction of work. 

The two criminal affairs division of Dongbu Branch of Busan District Public Prosecutor's Office stated that it indicted four activists of Greenpeace, including a 43-year-old Song Joon-kwon of Korea and three activists from America, Taiwan and Indonesia, without detention for obstruction of work. 

The prosecution also banned the three foreigners from leaving the country and indicted one domestic activist summarily for aiding their protest.

Source: Busan eFM News

Greenpeace Activists Indicted Without Detention


BUSAN, South Korea — Four domestic and foreign activists of Greenpeace who held an anti-nuclear protest by hanging on the cable on Gwangan bridge for 52 hours were indicted without detention for obstruction of work. 

The two criminal affairs division of Dongbu Branch of Busan District Public Prosecutor’s Office stated that it indicted four activists of Greenpeace, including a 43-year-old Song Joon-kwon of Korea and three activists from America, Taiwan and Indonesia, without detention for obstruction of work. 

The prosecution also banned the three foreigners from leaving the country and indicted one domestic activist summarily for aiding their protest.

Source: Busan eFM News


 

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