‘First sentence of probation’…Cho Jaesung for military service irregularities, to be summoned for social service on 25th

Volleyball player Cho Jae-sung (28), who is accused of illegally avoiding military service with a false medical certificate, was sentenced to a suspended prison term.

Judge Kim Yoon-hee of the Seoul Southern District Court sentenced Cho, who is accused of violating the Military Service Act, to one year in prison and two years of probation on the 24th.

Judge Kim said, “We considered the fact that he was the first offender and confessed to the crime from the investigative agency, and that he was about to join the military on the 25th after receiving a notice from the Gyeongin Regional Military Manpower Administration.”

Cho has been a member of OK Financial Group so far, but the contract period is until June 30th, and the club said, “It is virtually difficult to continue his career in Korea, and there has been no contact while leaving the accommodation after the player voluntarily reported.”

Earlier on December 27 last year, Cho voluntarily reported an investigation into an institution due to military service irregularities to the club, revealing the allegations. According to the prosecution, about 42 people, including Cho, singer Ravi (real name Kim Won-sik), professional sports players and entertainers, received advice from illegal military service broker Koo (arrested and indicted), and submitted false medical certificates to the Military Manpower Administration.

After receiving a first-class active duty in the first military service examination in October 2014, Cho received a physical examination again in May 2018 due to dermatological diseases and was judged to be a third-class active duty.

Cho and other clients complained of epilepsy seizures, reported to 119, were transferred to the emergency room, and were treated at the hospital, and it was found that they made a false record of epilepsy patients over a year or two. 스포츠토토 Epilepsy can be diagnosed by continuing to complain of clinical symptoms such as seizures even if there are no abnormal symptoms in the EEG test. Those who escaped from military service took advantage of it to get a reduction or reduction in military service or lower their ratings

Despite having no symptoms of epilepsy, Mr. Cho complained of seizures and was retested in April 2021 and found to be Class 7. He has since been prescribed medication for his epilepsy, and in February last year, he was classified as a supplementary class 4.

On December 21, the investigative agency notified Cho that he would be investigated as a suspect. On December 28, Cho posted a lengthy apology on his social media (SNS) account and admitted to participating in military service fraud.

The Korean Volleyball Organization (KOVO), which monitored Cho’s situation at the time, was quoted as saying, “(If Cho’s sentence is confirmed), we will hold a punishment committee to discuss the outcome as there is currently no regulation for military service violations, and we are keeping an eye on this aspect as the player has little chance of appealing and has admitted his guilt.”

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