Amugae Jo (33), who indiscriminately wielded a weapon in broad daylight in Sillim-dong, Seoul, causing four casualties, was arrested on the 23rd. In the police investigation, experts analyzed Cho’s behavior, which stated, “I wanted to make others unhappy,” as a ‘don’t ask crime caused by inferiority complex’.
Judge So Jun-seop of the Seoul Central District Court issued an arrest warrant for Mr. Mr. Cho was caught by the police on the 21st around 2:00 pm while wielding a weapon against a passerby near Exit 4 of Sillim Station, Sillim-dong, Gwanak-gu, Seoul. One man in his카지노 20s died and three men in their 30s were injured after being stabbed with a weapon wielded by Mr. Cho. One of the three injured has been discharged from the hospital, and one is said to be in critical condition.
Before the arrest and interrogation of the suspect (warrant review), Mr. Cho answered a reporter’s question, “It was because it was so difficult. I’m sorry,” he said. Mr. Cho was sent to the 14th juvenile department (a juvenile offender was put on trial) for three previous convictions. After graduating from high school, it was investigated that Mr. Cho worked mainly as a daily worker.
Experts analyzed this case as a ‘don’t ask crime caused by inferiority complex’. Sujeong Lee, a professor of criminal psychology at Kyonggi University, said, “This case is closely related to the ‘handicap’ of the suspect.” He added, “If you see them repeatedly wielding a weapon or not hiding after committing a crime, it shows that they have become less socialized without fear of punishment by repeatedly going through judicial institutions.” Bae Seung-hoon, a professor of police science at Woosuk University, explained, “It’s a form of crime, don’t ask, but it can be seen as a murder based on an accumulated plan in that it targeted a person of a similar age in a place he was familiar with.”
Citizens paid tribute to the scene of the accident. Citizens expressed fear, saying, “It could happen to me in broad daylight.” Mr. Lee (26), an office worker, said, “I went to this alley restaurant a lot until two years ago, and I still pass by it often. It hurts my heart to think that I could have been a target.” Amugae Park (59), who has been in business in the alley for over 10 years, said, “Most of the shops in this alley have automatic doors, so you can’t stop people from entering, but everyone is afraid of someone entering.”
On the other hand, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency announced that it would investigate those who repeatedly posted and circulated the crime video indiscriminately online for violating the ‘Act on Promotion of Information and Communications Network Utilization and Information Protection’ (Information and Communications Network Act).