Ban's Crimes Continues - 54th


Mr. Ban Ki-Moon's Crimes Continues - In front of President Roh Moo-Hyun’s Blue House - The 54th

In a dissimulated way, a police man tries to intoxicate me with psychotropic drugs when I am confined in the police patrol division of Seoul Metropolitan Police. I observes the effect of psychotropic drugs -pharmacological torture- that I was subjected several times.

Aug. 30, 2006

“The ultimate responsibility of diplomacy is with the President, and I am responsible for implementing the diplomatic philosophy or directions of the President.” April 19, 2005, Minister Ban Ki-MoonBan Ki-Moon (Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade, incumbent Secretary-General of the U.N.),     

This Ban Ki-Moon's desperate operation was mounted after the failure of forbidden operation.

Ban Ki-moon risked to jeopardize the most essential function of country for the sake of cover-up of Ban Ki-Moon -his crimes and terrorist activities-. 

It shows vividly how much Ban Ki-Moon cares about his impeccable reputation and career and do not mind about other oppressed people who have to be cared.

Today Mr. Ban -candidate of UN secretary general- turned several policemen into criminals for his splendid career.

I have to wait long time to write it.

victim supporter - criminal and terrorist supporter

One year later - 26 June 2007 – Marking the International Day in Support of Victims of Torture, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and other United Nations officials today roundly denounced the practice and called on all countries to ratify the international treaty that bans it.
To commemorate the Day, “let us speak with one voice against the perpetrators of torture, and for all who suffer at their hands,” Mr. Ban said in a message. “And let us build a better, more humane world for all people everywhere.”



Senior Superintendent (Chong-Kyung) Mr. Yun Chul-Kyu

Seoul Jongno (Jong-Ro) Police Station (2006) - Presidential Police Security Corps. (2007)





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