Pyongyang, November 25 (KCNA) -- The Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency hurled more than 370 policemen into operations for searching offices of the headquarters of the south Korean Confederation of Trade Unions, progressive labor movement organization, and its affiliated bodies on November 21, according to the south Korean CBS and MBC.
The fascist policemen stormed at least ten offices of the KCTU
headquarters and eight trade unions including the Metal Workers Trade
Union and Builders Trade Union and conducted the search operation early
in the morning under the pretext of seeking "evidence proving the
spearheading of the violent demonstration."
The KCTU held a press conference outside Sodaemun Police Station in
Seoul at which it declared that the police's search is like the guilty
party filing the suit first.
The assailant's suppression of the victim would spark strong uproar among the people, the KCTU warned. -0-