South Korea’s First Female President Sentenced to 24 Years in Prison – IOTW Report

South Korea’s First Female President Sentenced to 24 Years in Prison

Does Park Guen-hye mean “Hillary” in Korean?

Dangerous> Former South Korean President Park Geun-hye, who led the country with the direction of a shamanistic all-women’s cabal, has been sentenced to 24 years in prison.

She also received a $16.9 million fine.

The beleaguered former leader was found guilty on Friday of abuse of power and coercion following a lengthy, and highly-publicized court case. The verdict, which was delivered by Judge Kim Se-yun at the Seoul Central District Court, was nationally televised.

Prosecutors sought a 30-year prison term and a $112 million fine for Park, Reuters reports.

The 66-year-old has been held in detention near the South Korean capital of Seoul since her arrest last March, but did not attend the session, citing illness. Park claims that she is the victim of “political revenge” and has refused to attend court sessions since October 2017.

Park was forcefully removed from office last year after millions rallied in the streets to call for her dismissal. She served as South Korea’s first female president, and also holds the infamy of being the first South Korean president to be removed from office through a court proceeding.

She is the daughter of Park Chung-hee, South Korea’s former dictator who ruled the country from 1961 until he was assassinated in 1979.



11 Comments on South Korea’s First Female President Sentenced to 24 Years in Prison

  1. This is good in the sense that it shows the general public that even the powerful can be put in jail for crimes against the people they serve. We need to practice a lot of that here, hopefully soon.

  2. Two years ago, a story about her ‘toilet sensitivity’ became public. She brought her own seats where she went.

  3. March 2017 former President Park Geun-hye was removed as South Korean President.
    April 2018 she gets 24 years in prison for bribery and corruption.

    South Korea brought their corrupt leadership to a halt quickly.

    Hillary’s attorneys (mueller, holder, lynch, comey and the nation’s best that can be bought) will drag The Clinton Corruption racket out in US courts and appeals for another 7 to 10 years.

    Equal Justice for all? Not by a long shot, the deep state establishment “owns” the Judicial system and still controls numerous high level positions in nearly every US Agency.

    I love my Country, but the establishment controlled government is corrupt.

  4. Those that insist we need a woman in the white house take notice! Despite all the noise females can be as crooked as males, so playing gender politics is a idiots game. They haven’t learned from the likes of Hillary,Nancy Pelosi etc then it’s hopeless.

  5. If I ever do see a protest and headline covering Hillary and her satanic worshiping and money laundering… I think I will in fact pass out from the sheer shock of it. [and I’m not the fainting type.]

  6. Perhaps Mr. Sessions can learn a few things from the South Korean DOJ. Mr. Sessions? ,,,Paging Mr. Sessions ,,, crickets

  7. Former President Cristina Fernández de Kirchner is going on trial for treason.

    Guess women leaders aren’t as honest as the left would have us believe.

  8. Pretty fukkin sad when South Korea has a better sense of “justice” than the United States of America.

    Reid, McConnell, Ryan, Schumer, Pelosi, Boxer, Feinstein, Hoyer, McCain, Clinton, Clinton, Jarrett, Axelrod, Obola, Mueller, Comey – should all be doing time – until they’re hanged. But, alas! We are torn from our moorings and are tossed about on a storming sea of corruption and ignorance.

    And the greatest Captain in decades can do nothing without some loyalty and devotion (to the “ship” of state) by his able seamen.
    We have reached a time when mostly the corrupt and grasping go into politics – the honest are thrown by the wayside, laughed at, and ridiculed.

    izlamo delenda est …


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