Many people were angry at the man who left a woman in her 20s brain dead while driving a Rolls-Royce while under the influence of drugs. Prosecutors discovered that this man was involved with a gangster. Bundles of money worth hundreds of millions of dollars were also confiscated from the residence.
This is an exclusive report by reporter Kang Min-woo.
Last month, a 28-year-old Mr. Shin drove a Rolls-Royce car into the sidewalk and left a woman in her 20s brain dead.
Several suspicions were raised regarding the fact that Mr. Shin, who is in his 20s, was driving a vehicle worth hundreds of millions of won스포츠토토, and the people around Mr. Shin who were seen immediately after the accident.
[Accident witness: A person called my brother appeared and threatened to take action against me filming the video and told me to delete it… [He showed up in a Porsche.]
The prosecution, which took over the case from the police, detected circumstances in which Mr. Shin was involved in a new type of organized violence called a ‘peer group’. Unlike existing organized crime groups based on local areas, ‘peer groups’ are also called ‘MZ
gangsters’ where gangsters in their 20s and 30s move across gangs and gather together with people of similar age . Previously, the prosecution confirmed the spread of ‘MZ gangsters’ through the investigation of Suno Apa’s riot incident at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seoul. Prosecutors recently discovered a bundle of money exceeding 100 million won during a search and seizure of Mr. Shin’s residence. They believe that Mr. Shin may have gained unfair profits through gang activities and are tracking the money. Doubts are also growing about the source of the fees paid to a former high-ranking prosecutor in the prosecution who was recently appointed by the arrested Mr. Shin. The investigation that started with a ‘drug traffic accident’ is expanding to the connection with the so-called ‘MZ gangster’, also known as the peer group. (Video coverage: Seol Min-hwan, Video editing: Choi Hye-young, CG :