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Alleged sex predator with face revealed thanks police for stopping the 'evil' he was [PHOTOS]

Cho Ju-bin, 24, the prime suspect in a sexual blackmail scandal using the app Telegram, is questioned by reporters early Wednesday as he was being transferred to the prosecution from a detention unit at Jongno Police Station in central Seoul. The alleged victims of the scheme included underage girls among 74 women who police said Cho had blackmailed into sending him their images in sexual acts. Cho's identify was made public after a record 5 million people petitioned on the presidential office website.
Cho Ju-bin, 24, the prime suspect in a sexual blackmail scandal using the app Telegram, is questioned by reporters early Wednesday as he was being transferred to the prosecution from a detention unit at Jongno Police Station in central Seoul. The alleged victims of the scheme included underage girls among 74 women who police said Cho had blackmailed into sending him their images in sexual acts. Cho's identify was made public after a record 5 million people petitioned on the presidential office website. "I apologize to those who were hurt by me," Cho told reporters, but didn't admit to the charges against him. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

Charges against Cho, who often goes by the nickname 'baksa,' or doctor, include violation of the act on the protection of children and youth against sex offenses, among others. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Charges against Cho, who often goes by the nickname 'baksa,' or doctor, include violation of the act on the protection of children and youth against sex offenses, among others. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

'Thank you for putting the brakes on an evil that could not be stopped.' Cho talks about his alleged crimes to reporters. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
'Thank you for putting the brakes on an evil that could not be stopped.' Cho talks about his alleged crimes to reporters. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

The amount of money Cho has gained from his alleged crimes is yet to be investigated. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
The amount of money Cho has gained from his alleged crimes is yet to be investigated. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Cho Ju-bin, 24, the prime suspect in a sexual blackmail scandal using the app Telegram, is questioned by reporters early Wednesday as he was being transferred to the prosecution from a detention unit at Jongno Police Station in central Seoul. The alleged victims of the scheme included underage girls among 74 women who police said Cho had blackmailed into sending him their images in sexual acts. Cho's identify was made public after a record 5 million people petitioned on the presidential office website.
Cho Ju-bin, 24, the prime suspect in a sexual blackmail scandal using the app Telegram, is questioned by reporters early Wednesday as he was being transferred to the prosecution from a detention unit at Jongno Police Station in central Seoul. The alleged victims of the scheme included underage girls among 74 women who police said Cho had blackmailed into sending him their images in sexual acts. Cho's identify was made public after a record 5 million people petitioned on the presidential office website. "I apologize to those who were hurt by me," Cho told reporters, but didn't admit to the charges against him. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

Charges against Cho, who often goes by the nickname 'baksa,' or doctor, include violation of the act on the protection of children and youth against sex offenses, among others. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Charges against Cho, who often goes by the nickname 'baksa,' or doctor, include violation of the act on the protection of children and youth against sex offenses, among others. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

'Thank you for putting the brakes on an evil that could not be stopped.' Cho talks about his alleged crimes to reporters. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
'Thank you for putting the brakes on an evil that could not be stopped.' Cho talks about his alleged crimes to reporters. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul

The amount of money Cho has gained from his alleged crimes is yet to be investigated. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
The amount of money Cho has gained from his alleged crimes is yet to be investigated. Korea Times photo by Shim Hyun-chul
Shim Hyun-chul shim@koreatimes.co.kr


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