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South Korea Scandal: Probe committee questions Samsung boss

South Korea Scandal: Probe committee questions Samsung boss

India Blooms News Service | | 12 Jan 2017, 10:55 am
Seoul, Jan 12 (IBNS): The Probe committee in charge of the South Korean scandal, involving President Park Geun-hye, has interrogated Samsung boss Lee Jae-yong and has marked him as a suspect, media reports said.

The prosecutor's office in Seoul has accused him of giving donations to many non profit foundations, mostly operated by Choi Soon-sil, one of the prime accused in what is believed to be the biggest political scandal to hit the nation.

"I deeply apologize to the people for failing to show a positive image because of this incident," Lee told the press on Thursday morning.

 

Park Guen-hye's image: Korea.net / Korean Culture and Information Service/ Wikipedia 

Lee Jae-yong's image: KBS/ Wikipedia