S Korean prosecutors seek arrest of Samsung heir


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He looks a lot like his sister.

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Although he will be made a scapegoat, it is at least reassuring to know that it is payback time for Lee Jae Yong. His corrupt father has escaped justice due to ailing health, but will know on his deathbed what the repurcussions of decades of criminal actions, wanton corruption and undue privilege will be and what a new generation of Koreans will do to to start to unravel their unjust and crippled society. If only many of the corrupt elite in Japan and elsewhere would befall the same fate. Time to start building the world's biggest bonfire.

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power struggle, nothing more.

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