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Posted by News5 on Thursday, February 2, 2017

Cop says ‘Korean mafia’ killed Jee

A “Korean mafia” is behind the murder of South Korean businessman Jee Ick-joo, according to a police officer who served in the disbanded Philippine National Police Anti-Illegal Drugs Group (AIDG).

“The intention was to murder him, then burn him, eliminate him with no trace. The ransom demand was just an afterthought. Already paid by the mafia for the job, they still demanded ransom,” the officer said in an interview with the Inquirer.

“They have been doing it for a long time. Now all of us have been affected,” he said.

The officer was assigned to the PNP Intelligence Group (PNP-IG) before he was moved to the AIDG.

He said four of the narcs returned to the PNP-IG after the AIDG was disbanded on Monday.

Kidnappers from AIDG

President Rodrigo Duterte ordered the AIDG disbanded after its officers were found involved in the kidnapping and murder of Jee on Oct. 18 last year.

Jee was taken from his home in Angeles City, Pampanga province, transported to PNP headquarters in Camp Crame, Quezon City, and was killed there.

The killers then made Jee’s wife, Choi Kyung-jin, believe he had been kidnapped, and demanded P5 million in ransom.

Choi paid the ransom but when her husband did not come home, she asked for help from the government.
An investigation led to the discovery of the murder involving AIDG officers.

The former AIDG officer said the group was preparing to raid a big meth laboratory when the scandal broke out.

‘Ultimate intention’

“We believe that is the ultimate intention in killing Jee in Camp Crame. They wanted the AIDG dissolved and make the drug lords happy again,” the officer said, referring to the Korean mafia.

The PNP chief, Director General Ronald dela Rosa, told reporters on Friday that he had heard about the Korean mafia, which is reportedly operating in Central Luzon, and that PNP and National Bureau of Investigation probers were looking into reports about the existence of the group.

Retired Police Director Rodolfo “Boogie” Mendoza said the probe should be done by the PNP Criminal Investigation and Detection Group (CIDG) because the attack on Jee was not a kidnapping for ransom case.
“When Supt. Rafael Dumlao (the head of the AIDG) implicated some officers and agents of [the NBI], I thought they got it,” Mendoza told the Inquirer on Friday.


Killings of Koreans

“If they are patient, they would learn the real motive for the killing of Jee. The real story is the intention to kill Jee. It was not about ransom,” he said.
“That big group mentioned by Dumlao, that’s true,” he added.

Mendoza said the killings of Koreans in the Philippines on orders of the Korean mafia had been going on since 2005 or 2006.

“But even earlier, there were already records of Koreans killed here,” he said.

Mendoza said the Korean mafia operated with help from rogue PNP officers, corrupt NBI and Bureau of Immigration agents.

He said an exhaustive investigation of the involvement of the NBI officials implicated by Dumlao was necessary because “the root is there.”
“They have the connection [to the Korean mafia] then they pass the job to their contacts in the PNP,” he said. [Full report: RadyoInquirer]
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