South Korean Police Justify Probe Of ‘Parasite’ Actor Lee Sun-Kyun Who Was Found Dead

The tragic death of South Korean actor Lee Sun-kyun who starred in the Oscar-winning film “Parasite” has sparked a public uproar over the way the police are handling his case. Lee accused of using illegal drugs, was found dead in his home on Wednesday, apparently by suicide.

The Incheon Metropolitan Police, who conducted the investigation, have faced criticism for their harsh interrogation of Lee, which reportedly lasted for 10 hours without a break.

South Korean Police Justify Investigation of Actor Lee Sun-kyun

The police chief, Kim Hui-jung, defended the police actions on Thursday, saying they were lawful and necessary to verify the allegations. He also said Lee agreed to cooperate with the investigation and showed no signs of distress. He expressed his condolences to Lee’s family and said he felt “deep regret” over his death.

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“The investigation of the deceased was conducted based on specific reports, testimony and evidence and under legally prescribed procedures,” he said.

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Rosette is known for advocating a sustainable lifestyle. That’s why on her free days, she spends her time writing about sustainability efforts and other ways to help the environment thrive and heal at a time of drastic climate change.