On the 23rd, Jomo (33), who killed or injured 토토사이트four people in a so-called ‘don’t ask me knife’ in downtown Sillim-dong, Seoul, was arrested by the police. Judge So Joon-seop of the Seoul Central District Court issued an arrest warrant at 2:00 pm on the same day after interrogating the suspect (warrant review) before detaining Mr.

On the same day, as he left Gwanak Police Station in Seoul to attend the warrant review, Mr. Cho told reporters, “I did it because it was so difficult,” and “I am reflecting on it.” Before entering the court, he said, “I think it was a very bad situation from before. I did something very wrong,” he said. “I’m just a useless person. I’m sorry,” he said. Earlier, in a police investigation, he stated, “I live an unhappy life, but I wanted to make others unhappy, and I committed the crime full of anger.”

According to the police, Mr. Cho stabbed and killed a man in his 20s several times with a weapon at the entrance of a shopping mall about 80m away from Exit 4 of Sillim Station on Subway Line 2 at 2:07 pm on the 21st.

Cho, who stabbed three men with a weapon in an alley about 100 meters long and left the alley, committed the crime against another victim in front of a nearby motel parking lot. Mr. Cho was arrested as a current criminal while sitting on the steps in front of a nearby sports center at 2:13 pm, six minutes after the first crime.

Out of the three injured people who were taken to the hospital, one was discharged and is receiving outpatient treatment, while the other two are receiving inpatient treatment. The victim, who was initially known to be in critical condition, also passed the hurdle. It was investigated that Mr. Cho had no one-on-one with all four victims.

The police plan to conduct a detailed investigation into the circumstances and background of the crime, such as taking a psychopath diagnostic test ( PCL-R ) against Mr. Cho, and send it to the prosecution.

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