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And on the election front…

- So, the NIS agent/SF Giants fan who’d been kept virtual prisoner in her own home by DUP members accusing her and other NIS psych-op agents of running an online slander campaign against Moon Jae-in has turned her computers over to investigators. She herself, however, has yet to appear for questioning, citing poor health and psychological trauma. The DUP has also turned over its evidence to prosecutors, although prosecutors are saying the DUP’s evidence amounts to virtually zippo.

With the agent turning over her computers to the authorities, the DUP is now raising suspicions that she has already deleted all the evidence. Hey, could be true, I suppose.

- Park Geun-hye thinks the DUP are being a bunch of meanies in regards to the NIS agent and the campaign in general. On the stump in lovely Uijeongbu (I don’t mean that sarcastically. It seemed a lot nicer last time I was up there), Park said in a democracy, the process is just as important as the result, and that people must stop thinking that anything goes as long as they can seize power. See, she’s learning.

- On the stump for Park Geun-hye in Daegu, actor Gang Man-hee demonstrated his rich experience in historical dramas by saying that Ahn Cheol-soo was a gansin (disloyal subject), and that gansin should be killed. Lovely.

- I know TK has suggested it here before, but even the head of a defector group in Seoul is suggesting North Korea might be pulling for Park Geun-hye. You know, political dynasties looking out for one another. Personally, I think it’s a load of crap, but you never know.

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  • Craash beck

    Pathetic…

    A NIS Government agent – suffering from stress, poor health and psychological trauma ??

    How do the government train their agents? To break and cry when some punks turn up at your door?

    Handing over a computer to the authorities wasn’t a very wise thing to do either….

  • RElgin

    The NIS cowboys have some things to account for that go back a ways.

  • brier

    I would have thought that the government pays NIS agents better than having to lodge in officetels.