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Shim Seok-hee, Mi-to-Shock...Police, two closed investigations "reliable"

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The police, which are investigating the case of Shim Seok-hee (22), a member of the national short track team, filed an additional complaint against Cho Jae-beom (38), a former coach of the national team, saying, "Since I was a teenager, I believe that Shin's statement is highly reliable, so I am concentrating on securing evidence. 

According to the Gyeonggi Provincial Police Agency on Tuesday, Shim filed an additional complaint against Cho through a legal representative on December 17. Suspicions include violation of the law on the protection of children and teenagers. Shim testified as a witness in the second trial of the appellate court of the appellate court in which Cho was sentenced to 10 months in prison in the first trial. 

After receiving the complaint two days later, the police completed an investigation into Shim's lawsuit early this month. It was a closed investigation to prevent secondary damage. At the same time, police are conducting a digital forensics investigation after capturing Cho's smartphone, laptop and tablet PC. Digital Forensics is a method of investigation that analyzes various digital information and finds clues about crimes. 

Police are focusing on securing conversations between Shim and Cho around the time when Shim was injured. Depending on the content, it can be either direct or circumstantial evidence to support Shim's claim. The police believe that Shim's claim is reliable as it is consistent and specific. Shim said, "I was sexually assaulted by Cho several times in Taeneung Athletic Village, Jincheon Athletic Village, and the Korean National Sport University ice rink from 2014 to 2018 Pyeongchang Winter Olympics." In particular, the police believe that there were assaults and threats before the sexual assaults. 

Police plan to investigate Cho, who is currently in detention at Suwon detention center, after completing the digital forensics investigation. "The investigation of the accused is still in the middle of fine-tuning," a police official said. 

Cho's legal representative said in a telephone interview with the JoongAng Ilbo on the afternoon of the same day that Cho was "never sexually assaulted" and that he was very embarrassed as what he did not do was reported to the media as if it were true. Lee met Cho in Suwon on the morning of the same day. 

Shim's "#Me Too" began with a letter from a fan. Even though Cho was severely beaten, he sent a letter to Shim, saying,토토사이트추천 "It was too much help for fans to work hard," and Shim reportedly decided to reveal a sexual assault case that he had buried because he saw someone cheering him up. 

Meanwhile, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism announced measures to eliminate sexual violence in the sports community at the Government Complex in Jongno-gu, Seoul. 

"I apologize to the victims, their families and the public as the policy coordinator who failed to prevent such incidents and properly protect the players after hearing the repeated reports of sexual violence by coach Cho Jae-beom," said Roh Tae-gang, the second vice minister. 

The Ministry of Culture and Sports has banned sexual offenders from participating in sports organizations at home and abroad. To this end, it has decided to establish a cooperative system with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), the National Olympic Committee (NOCs), and the International Olympic Federation (IFs). In addition, the Korean Sports Council and the Korean Disabled Sports Council require the government to permanently expel rape, similar rape and similar sexual assaults, but the scope of sexual violence subject to permanent expulsion will be expanded by including cases of major sexual harassment. 

In addition, a task force will be formed to improve regulations in the sports sector, in which experts and sports organizations will participate. It has decided to set up an external participatory committee by March to conduct a full survey of members` organizations.

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