Child Abuse camp as advertised on the Democratic United Party blog and protected by corrupt police soon to be exposed
By [name redacted] and translated by Surprisesaplenty
My ‘translated by’ claim above is snarky, but I am starting from the man’s Facebook claims and following other links. His writing is … challenging.
A sample from various locations (1,2) on Facebook (these are from large groups on Facebook so I don’t think they are private utterances. The latter link is to “Every Expat inKorea” which sounds like it should be considered a public space):
“Korean Conman with no degree is touted as professor on the Korean Democratic United party blog, that also names his business that prior to that time had been in the papers (Korean Herald) for human smuggling US citizens with fake visas to work for free in his illegal unlicensed English camps the Jeju City Office of Education yet again has filed more changes against this week.
The full truth is not in the 1000s of newspaper report about this illegal business 제주국제영어마을 – that it includes pedophile activity and stupid foreigners who profit from job ads saying they get bonus money for working their kids, which should have been a know brainier that that is against the law.”
A “know brainier” indeed. These 100+ words in two sentences were separated in the ellipses by a citation. Oh, alright, here it is: As seen On KBS News and 제주가 보인다 2012.2.1.
Still, [redacted] is passionate about his claims; so much so that I had to dig in and try to understand them.
Okay, I’ve looked into the claims and they are too hot – criminally hot – for me!
At 3 Wise Monkeys is a good description of the problem. Giving real names and identifying businesses , even if the claims made are true, is considered libel.
The Korea Herald has reported as much as it dares here. Dare I say it, the reporting is as well done as it could be without risking exposure to libel.
A second problem with discussing [redacted]‘s problems are their variety. 3WM and the Herald discuss (1)immigration and contractual issues, but [redacted] also claims (2) sexual abuse of the students, corruption among the (3) police (The Herald article looks at this) and (4) a political party and (5) death threats he has received*. They might all be true but if too many claims are stacked like this, why not add one more: “(6)And he cancelled Christmas!”
I feel there is something wrong here and that [redacted] has been mistreated, possibly criminally, but I am honestly afraid to write further. Korea’s libel laws are clear.
This is a serious issue and I feel for [redacted] but at the same time I must retreat into snark again and say that if his writing is a good example of his English communication skills, I would not much want to hire him either.
* Search for information from 3WM… You can find this claim if you wish.