On September 19, South Korean prosecutors asked Interpol to issue “red notices” for Do Kwon, who is accused of fleeing Singapore. This is a done deal. Indeed, Interpol has just listed Do Kwon
According to Interpol, criminals can take refuge in another country to try to escape justice. This is where the red notice comes in, alerting police authorities around the world to internationally wanted fugitives. In other words, a Red Notice is a request to law enforcement agencies around the world to locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender or similar action in accordance with the law.
Red Notices at the request of the Seoul Prosecutor’s Office
After the collapse of Terra and the UST ecosystem last May, Do Kwon was prosecuted for fraud in several countries, including the United States and South Korea. To avoid appearing in court or going to jail, Do Kwon is in an unknown location, at least for now, and law enforcement authorities seem unable to locate him.
According to the Singapore police, Do Kwon fled the Singaporean territory, but so far, the former Terra Luna executive denies the allegations.
So since September 14, Do Kwon, a key figure in the Terra blockchain (LUNA) and the Terraform Labs company was under a South Korean arrest warrant. The Seoul Southern District Prosecutor’s Office requested Interpol’s help to place him on the red notice list and revoke his passport.
The arrest warrant for Do Kwon was issued by the South Seoul District Financial Crimes Unit. Do Kwon is not the only one targeted. Nicholas Platias, one of the founders of Terraform Labs, as well as Han Mo, one of the company’s employees, also have warrants out for their arrest.
As reported by The Block, South Korea has officially called on Interpol’s international investigation office to find Do Kwon. A “red notice” has been issued for him.
But where is Do Kwon? Interpol may soon find out. This red notice, which will be issued by Interpol, will allow authorities around the world “to locate. To be continued
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