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South Korean Crypto Exchange CEO to Serve 25 Years in Jail After Appeal Fails

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The CEO of a South Korean crypto exchange was found guilty of murdering his lover by stabbing her and pushing her out of a 19th-storey apartment window. The 33-year-old man was convicted back in July, but chose to appeal the initial verdict. The CEO's legal team had pleaded for the crime to be downgraded to manslaughter, stating that he was mentally and physically weak at the time of the crime. But the appeals court judge at the Seoul High Court rejected the claim.
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South Korean Crypto Exchange CEO to Serve 25 Years in Jail After Appeal Fails

Source: mehaniq41/Adobe The CEO of a South Korean crypto exchange who was found guilty of murdering his lover by stabbing her and pushing her out of a 19th-storey apartment window has had his appeal rejected – and will serve 25 years in prison. The 33-year-old man was convicted back in July, but chose to appeal […]

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South Korean Crypto Exchange CEO to Serve 25 Years in Jail After Appeal Fails

The CEO of a South Korean crypto exchange who murdered his lover by stabbing her and pushing her out of a 19th-storey apartment window will serve 25 years in prison. He had appealed the verdict, but it was rejected. Find out more!

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South Korean crypto CEO faces 25 years in prison for murder

The CEO of a South Korean Crypto Exchange has been sentenced to 25 years in prison for murder. His appeal was rejected and the prison sentence has been imposed.

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