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  1. 1. Do you believe YG's explanation about Bom's pills?

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2NE1's Park Bom has been belatedly revealed to have tried to smuggle drugs into Korea.

According to an exclusive report by Segye Ilbo, Park Bom used international mail in an attempt to smuggle narcotic amphetamines into Korea back in 2010. However, the prosecutors decided to suspend her case, meaning they would neither investigate nor punish her for the crime.

According to prosecutors on the 30th, Park Bom was caught back on October 12, 2010, trying to use international mail to smuggle 82 pills of amphetamines from the United States, but was caught by customs at the Incheon International Airport.

Amphetamine is a strong central nerve system stimulant, and because it can cause a lot of harm to the body when abused, its use is banned by a Presidential decree. Because its chemical structure is similar to methamphetamine, it is usually considered as methamphetamine when sentences are being dealt out.

She was originally caught by the customs, and it was reported to the Incheon District Prosecutors. The case was officially registered on October 19th. However, 42 days later on November 30th, the prosecutors decided to suspend the case. Case suspensions for cases where there is a charge, but there is no need to book the case. When cases are booked, a suspected person's status changes to a criminal suspect. It's the first time that the prosecutors have given such an indulgence to a for drug related crimes. Park Bom avoided all punishment because of this, and many are wondering why they decided to just let her go.

A prosecutor with experience in drug investigations said, "Even if it is their first time, amphetamine smugglers are held and investigated by rule, and I cannot understand what the logic behind not even booking her case was.There are cases where drug criminals are first booked and then the cases are suspended, but I've never heard of a case where it wasn't even registered."

Segye Ilbo tried to contact Prosecutor Shin, who was in charge of the case, but he was unable to be contacted. He has since left the Incheon Prosecutor Office.

http://www.allkpop.com/article/2014/06/breaking-2ne1s-park-bom-revealed-to-have-attempted-to-smuggle-drugs


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looks like tomorrow's segye ilbo (newspaper) will cover park bom's drug delivery in 2010. newspaper image is spreading on twitter.

basically it's about her being caught in 2010 but prosecutors not investigating enough.

importing much amount of amphetamine via postal, it says.

the image is leaked image from segye ilbo. it's tomorrow morning's newspaper. i don't know the full story.

Samchon @RealSamchon

http://www.segye.com/content/html/2014/06/30/20140630005995.html

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wutttttttttttttttttt

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Does it state what kind of alleged drugs? And that thing says 2010, is that when an alleged transaction took place? Anybody here know Korean, and could give a quick summary of what the article is saying?

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Drugs? 2010? So she was GD's supplier after all?!??!?!?

 

Joking aside, this has to be fake right? If not then HOLY SHIT! Would also be 2NE1's first real scandal.

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looks like tomorrow's segye ilbo (newspaper) will cover park bom's drug delivery in 2010. newspaper image is spreading on twitter.

 

Cr: @realsamchon

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