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Family of South Korean dictator’s assassin seek treason acquittal

By AFP
04 December 2020   |   12:47 pm
Forty years after South Korea's spy chief Kim Jae-gyu was executed for shooting dead his boss, dictator Park Chung-hee, the assassin's sister is seeking to clear him of treason, arguing the killing was in the service of the country.

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