South Korea 'sextortion': 'Telegram' case suspect identified

South Korean police took the unusual step of publicly identifying the 24-year-old accused leader of an online sexual blackmail ring after the case led to a national outcry.

    The alleged operator of secret sex abuse chatrooms says he "lived the life of a devil" as he was paraded outside a South Korean court.

    South Korean police took the unusual step of publicly identifying the 24-year-old accused leader of an online sexual blackmail ring after the case led to a national outcry in a country still focused on battling the coronavirus outbreak.

    Prosecutors will now decide whether to formally charge him.

    Al Jazeera's Sara Khairat reports.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera News


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