“Long live the supreme leader Kim Jong-un” KCTU spy group ‘swears allegiance’ to North Korea

“Long live the respected supreme leader Comrade Kim Jong-un!. A history of beautiful struggle. Long live the Workers’ Party of Korea!. Long live the struggle to realize Kim Il-sung-Kim Jong-ilism!”
It has been revealed that Mr. Seok (52), a former director of the Organizational Dispute Bureau of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, who was put on trial for violating the National Security Law, sent such an oath of allegiance to North Korea several times.

On the 19th, the JoongAng Ilbo obtained Mr. Seok through the Office of Member of the People’s Power Sang-beom Yoo, Mr. Kim (48), who served as the head of the organization of the KCTU Health and Medical Union, Mr. Yang (54), former vice chairman of the metal union under the KCTU, and Mr. Shin, the representative of Jeju Peace Shelter ( 51) The indictments of four people, including Mr. 51), detailed the directives and reports they received from North Korea. They tried to hide their activities by calling North Korean leader Kim Jong-un the “Chairman of the General Assembly”, the North Korean Cultural Exchange Bureau as the “headquarters,” the underground organization as the “branch,” and the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions as the “Sales Department 1” to mean that they are guided by the underground organization. Tried. Suwon District Prosecutor’s Office Public Investigation Department (Chief Jeong Won-doo) arrested and indicted them on the 10th on charges of violating the National Security Law (espionage, special infiltration/escape, meeting/communication, provision of convenience, etc.).

“Let’s be loyal from generation to generation” Pledge of allegiance to Kim Jong-un
According to the indictment, since 2018, Mr. Seok has periodically reported the oath of allegiance to the three sons of Kim Il-sung, Kim Jong-il and Kim Jong-un to the North Korean Cultural Exchange Bureau and the results of ideological study. On December 3 of the same year, the North Korean Cultural Exchange Bureau instructed them to “send a congratulatory message to the President of the General Assembly (Kim Jong-un) on the occasion of the New Year and January 8 (Kim Jong-un’s birthday) at least 15 days prior,” periodically demanding an oath of allegiance. did.

Suwon District Prosecutor’s Office, Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do. yunhap news
In the indictment, some of the five pledges of loyalty they delivered to North Korea from December 2018 to April last year were listed. “Respected Comrade Kim Jong-un opened up a new world of the Juche revolution on the Korean Peninsula that all Koreans respect for Kimilsungism and Kimjongilism.” (December 9, 2018 ) I am determined to devote myself to the struggle to achieve the reunification of the country that I dreamed of on this land by inheriting and brilliantly realizing the cause of Kimilsungism and Kimjongilism in the southern society.” (September 30, 2020 ) Let’s inherit a just and beautiful history by defending the leadership at one’s risk, and dedicate it to the respected leader, Comrade Kim Jong-un, from generation to generation.” (January 11, 2021 ) We will keep the red flag tied to the barrel, stand in front, shoulder to shoulder, and advance one step at a time.” (January 30, 2022 ) )

‘Movement of drinking bottled water’ secretly contacted and acted…
Prosecutors pointed out that they attempted to take control of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions in accordance with North Korean instructions, while leading political struggles related to major social issues such as resignation from the regime and anti-Americanism. From October 2018 to December last year, Mr. Seok received North Korean directives and delivered them to North Korea a total of 102 times. It was found that they collected photos of the faction and tendency of each candidate for the election of the chairman of the Confederation of Trade Unions, facilities and military equipment at the Pyeongtaek US military base and Osan air base.

In order to avoid being followed and monitored by investigative agencies, they operated secretly by applying the ‘single line connection principle’ in which members of the lower organization contact one-to-one with members of the upper organization스포츠토토. When contacting the North Korean Cultural Exchange Bureau, in order to avoid being tracked by investigative agencies, directives and reports were exchanged with North Korean agents by using steganography, so-called “espionage communication,” as well as secret comments on bulletin boards of the Korean Confederation of Trade Unions and YouTube videos . .

On the 10th, Park Gwang-hyeon, human rights protection officer at the Suwon District Prosecutor’s Office, is briefing on the results of the interim investigation into the National Security Law violation case of ‘underground organization infiltrating labor groups’ at the briefing room of the Suwon District Prosecutor’s Office in Yeongtong-gu, Suwon-si, Gyeonggi-do. news 1

Even when calling each other ‘branch manager’ or ‘team leader 2/3’ and contacting North Korean agents overseas, maintain a certain distance even after exchanging contractual signals such as ‘waiting at the stairs and opening and drinking a mineral water bottle in your hand on time’ Security was maintained, such as following one house behind and meeting while observing the station.

However, the secret contact was revealed when the investigative agency found the decryption key during a search and seizure of the office of the KCTU headquarters where Mr. Seok worked last January. Prosecutors’ OfficeThe National Intelligence Service and the National Police Agency secured 90 North Korean directives and 24 North Korean reports through this investigation. This is the case in which the largest number of directives and reports have been secured among all cases of violation of the National Security Law.
However, they are said to have denied the charges and refused to make statements during the prosecution’s investigation.

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