Choi Kyung-jin - updates

Rappler's latest stories on Choi Kyung-jin

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DOJ probe into Jee Ick Joo slay: Who pays for photocopies?

Mar 03, 2017 - 10:19 PM

The public lawyer of prime suspect SPO3 Ricky Sta Isabel – who reportedly owns at least 5 houses and lots and a 4 story commercial building – says his office cannot afford to photocopy his client s counter affidavit

Mario Dionisio (on the right side, speaking through the microphone) of the Public Attorneys Office appeals to the Department of Justice (DOJ) panel to spare them the cost of photocopying documents. Photo by Lian Buan/Rappler

Sta Isabel pushes Korean mafia angle in counter-affidavit

Mar 03, 2017 - 4:36 PM

Are Filipinos more inclined to commit crimes than Korean nationals? asks Sta Isabel

SPO3 Ricky Sta Isabel subscribes to his sworn affidavit during a hearing at the Department of Justice on March 2, 2017. Photo by Lian Buan/Rappler

Aguirre: 'Korean mafia' could be behind Jee Ick Joo slay

Feb 23, 2017 - 2:46 PM

Citing information he received from an unnamed former NBI official Justice Secretary Vitaliano Aguirre II claims that some people in the South Korean embassy are already compromised by this Korean mafia

KOREAN MAFIA?

Take NBI off case, Jee Ick Joo's widow urges Duterte

Feb 17, 2017 - 12:01 PM

Jee s widow Choi Kyung jin cites reports that NBI men were involved in the murder of her husband

LOSS OF TRUST. Jee Ick Joo's widow Choi Kyung-jin attends the DOJ hearing into her husband's kidnapping-murder case on February 16, 2017. Photo by Lian Buan/Rappler

Family of slain Korean businessman withdraws case from NBI

Feb 16, 2017 - 7:50 PM

The lawyer for Jee Ick Joo s widow tells the DOJ panel As far as the NBI is concerned they are not part of this case anymore

JEE CAMP. Atty Ryan Bantilan (extreme left) confers with Jee's widow Choi Kyung-jin and her Korean companions.

Philippine gov't apologizes for death of Jee Ick Joo

Jan 24, 2017 - 2:22 PM

President Rodrigo Duterte conveys his sympathies to the South Korean businessman s widow

EXTENDING SYMPATHY. Presidential Spokesperson Ernesto Abella holds a press briefing at the New Executive Building in Malacañang. File photo by Toto Lozano/Presidential Photo