– We have put the medical staff of Shinjin University Hospital on standby.
-The number of casualties must be considerable, but will it be covered by the personnel of Chairman Lee’s hospital? -If we increase the number of rescue personnel, the situation will be resolved faster, so the number of casualties will decrease, won’t it? -Ah? I didn’t think of that. Also, this is the president.
-You are having a hard time doing the dirty work. Brother.
– The waiting medical staff were also told to come in tomorrow.
– Aren’t too many people going to die tomorrow? -The more songs we hear, the more successful our plan is. The more you die, the easier it gets.
It’s a low-pitched conversation, but hundreds of cell phone speakers combine to resonate every word.
And despite the roaring commotion, there was only silence that seemed to suffocate all over the incense burner.
Kim Jun-gu and others could not hide their bewilderment.
The eyes of the people who had gathered in black were more than cold and arousing anger.
In the meantime, Lee Jo-yang and Kim Sang-pil were the only ones who couldn’t contain their anger at the thought that the plan had failed, let alone panic.
They didn’t even notice the angry public.
Jung Jun-wook, who joined late, had a pale face after listening to the recorded conversations of his colleagues.
– You should do what you are told to do.
– Don’t worry. If you give me a small amount of things that don’t exist, I’ll lie down like a dog and wag my tail.
“Hey! You b*stards!”
The representative of the bereaved family who was closest to the condolence team rushed in.
But he could not even step on the shadow of Lee Jo-yang.
It was because the security guards who had sensed an abnormal atmosphere were close by.
“Let go! Don’t you mind? These beastly b*stards! Are you humans! Are you humans?”
Sparks flew from the eyes of the other bereaved families as they saw the representative of the bereaved family struggling with their arms caught.
Annoyed Lee Jo-yang nodded.
“What are you doing? Open the road quickly.”
The other parties also gave instructions to their assistants and bodyguards to make their way through the road while putting their safety first from angry people.
However, the number of bereaved families was insignificant.
After listening to the recorded conversation, none of the bereaved families were still sane.
The bereaved family, who had turned their eyes, rushed to stop the group of Lee Chaoyang.
“Save my daddy! My daddy!”
“Save my daughter! Save my daughter! You b*stards!”
“You f*cking b*stards! Are you guys human! Humans!”
“These murderers! Kill my son and be shameless!”
“Demons! Die! Die!”
“I will kill you! I will kill you!”
As the anger of the bereaved family who lost Lee Sung-il grew, the bodyguards and secretaries became more sensitive to VIP safety.
And this resulted in violent clashes.
The bereaved family who approached the Lee Chaoyang group threateningly began to use their hands beyond the cynium, where bodyguards block access.
But this made the situation worse.
The crowd was indignant when they saw the bereaved family being grabbed by the head and knocked down and slapped in the face.
The people surrounding the incense burner stood up in anger.
In response to the fierce momentum of the people, the bodyguards were in a hurry to protect the lives of the VIPs they were assigned to instead of breaking the road.
Surrounded by crowds in all directions, they gathered to the altar of incense oxen.
Aegis Security’s Sangpil Kim made a call and made a phone call.
Shortly after, within a few minutes, screams began to erupt from outside the crowd.
At first, it was not heard because of the angry condemnation and profanity directed at the Lee Chaoyang group, but as the screams grew so quickly, people’s eyes were drawn to it.
The screams were followed by violent echoes.
And in less than two or three minutes, the angry crowd hurriedly split left and right, as if startled by something, and the road opened.
Through the open road, a group of apparently several hundred people broke in.
The group, all of them strong men, included a group of black suits and a group of different people dressed in casual clothes.
What they have in common is that they all have a wooden wooden pipe, a metal pipe, and a weapon on top of a baseball bat.
As he walked along the open road, he swung the weapon in his hand at those who had already retreated.
There was no distinction between men and women, young and old, among those who were hit in the head and stumbled over the body.
Even though he had already avoided them, he continued to inflict brutal violence while walking.
At the same time, there were no common swear words or threats to people.
Because of this appearance, people were terrified and terrified.
It was because it was an atmosphere in which anyone could notice that they were gangsters and gangsters who neither common sense nor law worked.
The thugs who entered right in front of the incense burner immediately started pulling out all the bereaved families.
In the meantime, a middle-aged woman who had lost three children even though she was shot with a knife, was stricken with evil and used a moustache.
A man in a black suit stood in front of a middle-aged woman and, without any threat or warning, slammed her across the face with the palm of her hand.
When I hit my face with my palm, I heard a punching sound.
The woman who was hit in the face couldn’t even open her eyes properly and backed down, bleeding nosebleeds, but the man followed and hit her in the face.
An ordinary, powerless middle-aged woman, who had given birth to a terrible victim, was assaulted in broad daylight, and no one came to help.
Rather, every time the woman who had been slapped in the face took a step back, the crowd gathered together followed suit.
Hundreds of other bereaved families had already been covered in blood and were lying on the floor of the incense burner.
Not because of the pain of being assaulted, but because of the injustice and resentment, sobbing and crying filled the incense burner.
“The cleanup is over. Let’s go.”
Jung Chang-hyeon, who officially had the title of Head of Aegis Security Headquarters and was actually the second person in the organization, approached Kim Sang-pil and bowed his head.
Kim Sang-pil, Lee Jo-yang, and others proudly left the incense burner, which had become a mess.
Not one of them stood up bravely and stood in the way or complained.
Most of them watched them leave holding their breath or were trying to get out of the hall in a hurry.
The cries of the bereaved families mixed with anger and resentment left only empty echoes.
Within half a day of posting a single indiscriminately posted article on various Internet sites, it created a huge wave of waves that were reported on terrestrial broadcasts and cable news channels all day long.
A few recording files and clear video without any noise. In addition, a number of high-definition photo files were attached.
And the incense burner incident that went viral on the news and on the Internet.
Public opinion stirred.
There was a rain of embankment demanding a fact-finding investigation.
Since there were clear audio recordings and videos of indiscriminate assaults at the incense burner, there was no doubt that both the police and the prosecution would come forward and be arrested.
However, contrary to the expectations of those who closely watched the government and investigative agencies’ positions, it was none other than the culprits behind all these incidents, the Lee Jo Yang, who expressed their position first.
This was the main gist of the press conference’s position, which was held through a law firm rather than a direct party.
1. The recording file is cleverly manipulated.
2. The intention of wiretapping illegally is suspected.
3. The identity of the person who uploaded the file is unclear.
4. The tragedy that took place at the incense burner was a legitimate measure that threatened safety from an angry mob who had lost his surname.
In addition, Shinjin Group, Goodfield, NAN Finance, and Aegis Security announced that they would file a complaint against the person who uploaded the recording file and sue all publishers who spread such false information for dissemination of false information and defamation.
He also conveyed that he felt psychological trauma as he felt threatened by the angry crowd at the incense burner and that he had decided to give tolerance to the bereaved family in consideration of the grief of losing their family.
And he repeatedly emphasized that if the person who uploaded the file in question is honest, he should come forward, reveal his identity, and cooperate with the investigation.
People were outraged at the statement of position, which was a disgraceful one, and the absurd content.
Even people were amazed at the fact that reporters along with the reporters took the complaint against the netizens and the request for an investigation by the person who posted the unidentified file.
The police and prosecutors, who held a press conference as if they were competing, showed a cautious attitude with parrot-like words of ‘fair and sanctuary-free investigation’, which led to accusations against the incompetent government.
Since it is a matter of discussion about the business giants who control the Republic of Korea, the political world, regardless of the opposition, has remained silent without even expressing a principled position.
The Blue House also remained silent without making any announcements, despite the tragedy suffered by the bereaved families and the pouring demands of public opinion.
“What are you doing without permission!”
An angry shout echoed through the room.
Although Siyeon is selfish in everything she does, her expression is dead, perhaps because it is Yoo Jeong-san who is angry.
“They blame the three of us for what they did.”
“So, was it a good thing that you searched the streets without my permission and even robbed because it wasn’t enough?”
Yu Jeong-san erased her usual gentle look and became angry like a fire.
Although he bowed his head, he spoke as if he were arguing with Siyeon, who did not see any regrets or remorse for what he had done.
“That was wrong, but I don’t understand why you wanted to bury it when you have evidence to reveal the truth.”
Yujeongsan’s white eyebrows twitched.
“We treated you like family, but you don’t seem like that. You were suspicious of us that way. You only thought of us as a tool for your revenge.”
For a moment, Siyeon put on a bewildered expression.
“No. Dean! That’s what I meant.”
“Everyone in the organization has heartbreaking wounds and sad stories. Nevertheless, the reason we joined together by enduring each individual’s personal revenge is to create a fair and just world so that the sorrow we experienced will not be repeated again. It is because I have the belief that we will create a strong new country.”
“I’m sorry. I didn’t mean it that way.”
Siyeon quickly burst into tears and begged for forgiveness.
“Come out. I don’t want to talk anymore because my heart hurts.”
Yoo Jeong-san got up from her seat and turned her back.
Siyeon stood up quietly, wiping away the tears flowing with the back of her hand.
As soon as Siyeon, who was shaking her shoulders and crying, came out of Yoo Jeong-san’s study, her face changed as if she had always been.
Siyeon’s mouth protruded as much as she felt dissatisfied, and her hand stroked the holster around her waist.
Siyeon glanced at the door of the dean’s office as if sadly, and turned away, humming a hum.
“It wasn’t the planned plan, but the result turned out as the dean predicted.”
“There are some instability factors, but I think we can get ahead of the yes information.”
“It’s really amazing. Did you even think that Siyeon would take a USB memory stick?”
“It seemed like a good idea.”
At Lee Jae-gon’s admiring expression, Yoo Jeong-san waved his hand.
“It’s important from now on. Are you preparing?”
“Yeah. It’s going seamlessly.”
Yoo Jeong-san said with a somber look.
“Let’s go to the Blue House. Since Siyeon and I are going to the front, we have to be thorough.
Even if it’s a rotten government, we shouldn’t take it lightly to approach the president.”
“I’ll keep that in mind. I’ll check again to make sure there are no mistakes.”
“If we gain Jang Yong-hoo’s trust through this incident, our plans will be moved forward even more.”
“It must be so. Dean.”
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