In the 17th SBS "I Want to Know", I showed you about the murder of the parking lot in the Gangseo-gu apartment building.
A violent murder took place at an apartment car park in Gangseo-gu, Seoul on 22nd of last month. A woman at her forties who was sacrificed was terribly murdered by her father and her ex-wife, Kim. Kim said, "I tried to talk, but I was killed accidentally because I was angry."
But the views of the experts were different. Experts say "This was the intent of a clear murder" as he did 13 fatal strikes for less than a minute.
The case became known to the world by three sisters who were the offender's daughter, demanding the death penalty of the father in the account. The three daughters, who say their father wants to be a polar bear, say, "It's scary now and I'm afraid to do anything after it's released."
Former wife Kim reported that she was following all the paths by adding a site tracer to the victim two months ago. After a long time, I met my apartment and I was able to figure out all the circles two months ago. He took the knife and his offense from his home, and there was no hesitation in killing his ex-husband.
The three daughters responded to Kim, who said she was sorry for her children: "I do not feel honest with my father's apology and if we were really sorry we would not have committed such a crime." In fact, Mr Kim never said sorry for his wife.
His sister Kim said, "My sister is not that human. My attachment to my family was great. Lee's old friend also told Kim: "It was a style that kept a friend too, but my friend did not like it too much and I felt overwhelmed. We did not see such action in front of us. "
The three sisters said the next Kim's crime would be theirs. The three daughters testified, "If you disagree with yourself, your hands will grow, but if you do not, you will use violence in your environment." He also said he tried to avoid Kim's attack and could not think of the report. I just wanted to be silent and silent.
Five years ago, Mr. Kim called his sisters "come to see something good". To those who feared such a situation and wanted to get evidence, Kim threatened to kill him with a sword. This caused a problem when Lee left Jeju Island. Kim was unhappy that there was a man in the party and Kim had an intense attack on Mr. Lee's face, causing severe bleeding on both eyes. At the moment, the family reported Kim to the police. However, it was found that Kim is not punished but is isolated.
The police, who was responsible for the incident, was shocked that "it was released because no repayment was made and only temporary emergency measures were taken". Then Lee decided to divorce. Lee then divorced but received constant threats from Kim.
One day, Kim hired a sword and showed him in front of Lee. Stress Lee went to a nearby restaurant and asked for help. The police came and separated this mother and daughter, but Kim was caught by the police holding a knife.
The fact, which resembles a parallel theory in this affair, happened in another part of Seoul a year ago. The victims' parents found the crew. The victim, Kang Sik Ki, died a year ago at the age of 23. Kang succeeded in the beauty business and was known to SNS. He married in blessing and was the subject of the envy of many.
By the way, Mr. Kang was killed by his wife Jo last November. The scene of the crime was where Kang lived in a divorce. His husband saw him and killed him without any hesitation. At that time, the witness said, "I did not care at all, I was calling someone with a knife." Joe made 112 calls. He killed his wife and reported it.
Joe was undisclosed until death in Kang's bones and organs. "It would be a similar pattern of violence in the past," the expert said in a statement.
The acquaintance of the victim gave a shocking record. Joe attacked Kang even with the presence of a small child and a younger one who has been living for three years. The acquaintance of the victim always reported that he was attacked with a knife or hammer. "I struck you with your clothes peeled, you know I had to disinfect, I poured my urine and I even fell," said a friend.
At that time, the police searched Mr. Kang's home. However, although Joe attacked Kang and threatened to kill him, Joe quarantined Kang only without being punished. The police said the victim, Kang, does not punish her because her husband does not want to punish him.
Kang, who hesitated for a divorce because of a daughter who could not stand, said he did not want to punish Joe for the police. But his colleagues, who thought Kang's situation was dangerous, helped Kang escape Joe. Then, Joe had a case with his wife at the SNS, and he acted strangely to make a harassment to his wife.
Jo asked his child to come home with his wife. Kang, who was worried about her child, went to Jo's house where she was subjected to unwanted rape and assault. And Mr. Kang mentioned referring to Joe for the rape charges. At the moment, the police called Cho and informed him that he had reported rape. "If you want to send a text, simply send it to the normal language and if you are not intimidating, prove it is not a threat," said Joe, who complains about his wife's slander and complains. It turned out to be divided.
Professor Lee Soo-jung, a criminal psychologist, said: "These victims have been persecuted for a long time and murdered, but the perpetrators are trying to make it look like a random incident."
Kang's husband, Joe, said: "I phoned 112 and embroidered it." But after naming 112, he killed his wife Kang a few times.
In the case of domestic violence, the perpetrators were arrested by 0.8%. 99 out of 100 people were released. "If the victim does not want to be punished then the perpetrators will be sued for illegal arrest, etc." The police said, "I think it's best to send the police back."
Domestic violence in the name of the housekeeper. The court recommends that the husband be reconciled with the blow of the husband. And the long-standing violence between a couple and a lover's partner has tragic consequences.
Professor Lee said: "When the level of punishment is not reasonable, the perpetrators quickly take up the gap in the judicial system.
Criminologist Yoo Sung-ho said: "Forensic scientists have been in trouble for some time, and violence is likely to develop, so it is necessary to intervene in a social system when there is first violence."
Many NGOs have expressed the view that domestic violence should be seen as a clear case by offenders and victims, not by family members, and should be enforced quickly and strictly.
(Author SBS funE Kim Hyo Jeong)