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Friend of Rapist Becomes Police Officer, Netizens Disgusted by Alenka on Sunday, April 15, 2012 13 comments Following the police failure in the handling of the Suwon Torso Murder Incident, another case has emerged in Miryang, a small town in Gyeongsang province, leading many netizens to suggest that the Korean police system needs to undergo serious reforms. Since April 10th, the Miryang police station website has been overwhelmed by messages from enraged netizens after it was revealed that a high-school student involved with the “Miryang gang rape” case in 2004 has become a police officer there. In the “Miryang gang rape” incident, which took place in Miryang city in 2004, two middle school students were gang raped repeatedly for about 12 months by a group of 44 (some unofficial estimates are as high as 80-90) high school students. Sadly, the police failed to protect the identity of the victims, used allegedly humiliating investigations techniques, and on several occasions were accused of insulting the victims and their families –– blaming them for the incident. Lastly, as many of the assailants were from rich influential local families, most of them got away with a warning and allegedly continue to live normal lives.  (Sep 12, 2012 | post #115)

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2 Koreans arrested for rape of 2 Japanese in Lapu-Lapu City By Chito O. Aragon Inquirer Visayas 12:59 am | Monday, June 25th, 2012 CEBU CITY, Philippines—Two Koreans have been placed behind bars to face charges for allegedly raping two Japanese women in Lapu-Lapu City on Saturday. Jong Duk Lee, 34, and Carl Park, 21, were detained at the Criminal Investigation and Detection Group in Cental Visayas (CIDG-7) stockade inside Camp Sotero Cabahug in Cebu City, pending the filing of rape charges at the prosecutor’s office in Lapu-Lapu on Monday. Park, whose family owns Isla Hotel in Lapu-Lapu, declined to issue a statement. Instead, he showed the Philippine Daily Inquirer his photo with Justice Secretary Leila de Lima. The victims, aged 21 and 20, were tourists in Cebu City. The 20-year-old arrived in Cebu on June 21 to visit her friend who had been in Cebu since May to study English. She was supposed to go back to Japan on Monday while her friend still had a month to finish her studies. The CIDG report showed that both victims were renting an apartment on Lapu-Lapu City. According to a police report, they were walking near their apartment, last Friday, when the suspects befriended them. They exchanged mobile phone numbers because the victims said the Koreans were nice to them. The suspects even offered to take them to SM City in Cebu City where they planned to shop. The victims turned down the offer and took a cab to SM City. Lee later called them up and they met at a coffee shop. The Koreans then took them to Tops, a park located on a mountain top in Busay village to enjoy the panoramic view of Cebu City. From Tops, they went to a restobar along Gen. Maxilom Avenue. The two women said they got drunk and later found themselves in a motel in Lapu-Lapu City where the two Koreans allegedly raped them. Senior Police Officer 1 Roel Leyson, case investigator, said the Koreans left the women inside the motel room about 5 a.m. on Saturday. The Koreans didn’t pay the P700 in motel bills and told the security guard that the women would pay, he said. One of the victims called up her Filipino friend who in turn sought the assistance of the CIDG-7. Senior Superintendent Jose Pante, CIDG-7 chief, ordered Inspector Delfin Bontuyan to arrest the two Koreans. A CIDG team arrested Park at his residence in Sunny Hills, Talamban village, in Cebu City. Lee was collared at the CIDG-7 office when he visited Park inside the police facility.  (Sep 12, 2012 | post #114)

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South Korean police chief resigns amid scandal over woman raped and murdered South Korea's police chief quit on Monday following a public outcry at his officers' handling of an emergency call from a woman later found raped and murdered. Freya PetersenApril 9, 2012 16:33 South Korea's police chief quit on Monday following a public outcry at his officers' handling of an emergency call from a woman later found raped and murdered. National Police Agency chief Cho Hyun-Oh said he would step down to "take all responsibility... for unpardonable carelessness" by the police, Agence France-Presse reported. "I express my deepest regret at the police's negligence which had such a horrendous result and attempts to cover it up with lies," AFP quoted Cho as saying. The woman, 28, called police in the city of Suwon, south of Seoul, the night of April 1 saying she was being raped and giving a detailed location for her home and giving landmarks such a nearby school and playground, according to CNN. The woman's seven-minute call to authorities — during which she can be heard screaming in pain and begging for her life — was also tracked, however the police operator who took the call reportedly did not tell police at the scene the woman reported being inside a house, so they checked only outside areas. They only found her dismembered body 13 hours later, the BBC reported.  (Sep 12, 2012 | post #113)

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7-year-old girl abducted and raped in South Korea, police say August 31, 2012|By Paula Hancocks, CNN Police in South Korea have detained a man suspected of abducting a 7-year-old girl from her home and raping her, local police officials said Friday. The parents of the girl realized she was missing at 7 a.m. Thursday and looked for her before reporting it to the police half an hour later in Naju, a city in the southwestern province of South Jeolla, said Kim Il-kyu, head of the criminal investigation department in Naju. The city's police officers called for backup and 160 personnel from nearby police stations joined the search for the girl, he said.  (Sep 12, 2012 | post #112)

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forced sex slaves from south korea South Korea investigates mass sex abuse at school Reuters Friday, May 2, 2008 SEOUL: South Korean police on Friday arrested three teenage males on suspicion of sexually molesting primary school students in a series of assault cases that a civic group and local media said had more than 50 victims. Older students forced boy and girl students at the primary school in the south-eastern city of Daegu to mimic sexual acts they had seen on pornographic websites and TV, according to the civic group made up of parents from the area, teachers and human rights advocates. News of the case has saturated South Korean media in the past few days and led to questions about the responsibility of parents and educators. A police official in Daegu said the three middle school boys were arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing eight elementary or primary school girls. The official would not comment on the scope of the investigation. The three are part of a group of 11 students who sexually abused the children on the campus of the elementary school where students are mainly from seven to 12 years old. The students would beat the younger students if they did not participate, Yonhap news agency reported parents and police as saying. The school was first told of the sexual violence months ago, local media citing police sources said, and has been criticised for not acting swiftly. The name of the school has not been released in order to protect the children. (Reporting by Lee Jiyeon, writing by Jon Herskovitz; Editing by Valerie Lee)  (Aug 31, 2012 | post #109)

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Please review on korean sex slaves Rapes (per Capita) Korea, South: 0.12621 per 1,000 people Thailand: 0.0626305 per 1,000 people Kyrgyzstan: 0.0623785 per 1,000 people Sri Lanka: 0.0599053 per 1,000 people Turkey: 0.0180876 per 1,000 people Japan: 0.017737 per 1,000 people Hong Kong: 0.0150746 per 1,000 people India: 0.0143187 per 1,000 people "A study found that only 2.2 percent of rape victims reported the assault to the police and an even lower percentage (0.8) sought medical or psychological help. " (1)0.12621 per 1,000 people divided by 0.02 unreported rates of incidence yields 6.31 per 1,000 people (including male).(Remember the lower tendency to report the rapes, compared to the casual harassments.) (2)6.31 per 1,000 people divided by 2 yields 6.31 per 500 females aka 1 per 79 females. (3)1 per 79 females times 0.3 ratio of women aged between 15 to 40 to the total female population yields 1 per 23.7 females aged between 15 to 40. (4)If the trend continues for 20 years, 1 per 1.185 south korean women could be raped. Assumptions may be altered so the result includes women younger than 15 years old, or older than 40 years old. Also, the women raised in impoverished areas may be raped multiple times. Then, 1 out of 3 to 5 South Korean women could have a record of being attacked at some point of her life. Number of foreign males in South Korea are just not enough to contribute to this trend, so the primary and foremost group of the worst serial rapists should be South Korean males. Rape and harassment Rape is a serious problem in South Korea. A total of 6,359 cases were reported in 1999. Most cases go unreported, because of the stigma attached to rape. A study found that only 2.2 percent of rape victims reported the assault to the police and an even lower percentage (0.8) sought medical or psychological help. Violence against women and sexual harassment have continued unabated, despite heightened public awareness created in recent years by South Korea's growing women's rights movement and laws against domestic violence and sexual harassment in the workplace enacted in 1998 and 1999, respectively. In 1997 there were incidents of domestic violence in 31.4 percent of South Korean households. That year, the Korea Research Institute for Culture and Sexuality, found that almost half (45.5 percent) of female high school students had been sexually molested by males, with fondling of breasts and genitals the most common offenses.  (Aug 31, 2012 | post #108)