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The leader of the mysterious church at the center of South Korea’s major coronavirus outbreak was arrested for withholding and falsifying records, which allegedly hobbled early efforts to curb the virus’s spread.The leader of the mysterious church at the center of South Korea’s major coronavirus outbreak was arrested for withholding and falsifying records, which allegedly hobbled early efforts to curb the virus’s spread.

Leader of Secretive Church at Center of South Korea’s Virus Outbreak Is Arrested - WSJ

An attempt to clean cash in South Korea created quite the mess.An attempt to clean cash in South Korea created quite the mess.

South Korean washes money, logs major losses - New York Daily News

Prosecutors are investigating claims that quarantine measures had been avoided.Prosecutors are investigating claims that quarantine measures had been avoided.

Church leader arrested in South Korea amid spate of virus infections

Prosecutors say Lee Man-hee conspired with other sect leaders to withhold information from authorities during the peak of the outbreak among his more than 200,000 followers.Prosecutors say Lee Man-hee conspired with other sect leaders to withhold information from authorities during the peak of the outbreak among his more than 200,000 followers.

South Korean authorities arrest sect leader over virus surge

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Money laundering is not a good idea, as a South Korean found out when they put banknotes in a washing machine to remove possible traces of the coronavirus.Money laundering is not a good idea, as a South Korean found out when they put banknotes in a washing machine to remove possible traces of the coronavirus.

Real money laundering: Person in South Korea tries washing cash over virus fears, suffers loss | National | jg-tc.com

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Author: ReutersID: 1596252176830909900Sat, 2020-08-01 06:16 SEOUL: South Korean authorities arrested the founder of a secretive Christian sect at the center of the country’s largest outbreak of COVID-19 infections on Saturday for allegedly hiding crucial information from contact-tracers and other offenses. Lee Man-hee is the powerful head of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus which is linked to more than 5,200 coronavirus infections, or...Author: ReutersID: 1596252176830909900Sat, 2020-08-01 06:16 SEOUL: South Korean authorities arrested the founder of a secretive Christian sect at the center of the country’s largest outbreak of COVID-19 infections on Saturday for allegedly hiding crucial information from contact-tracers and other offenses. Lee Man-hee is the powerful head of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus which is linked to more than 5,200 coronavirus infections, or...

South Korea sect leader arrested over coronavirus outbreak

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Mysterious Church chief arrested in South Korea for Corona virus an infection – Pledge Times

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Mysterious Church chief arrested in South Korea for Corona virus an infection | Pledge Times

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A South Korean resident put a whole new spin on “money laundering” by tossing cash into a literal washing machine — in order to clean off potential coronavirus germs.A South Korean resident put a whole new spin on “money laundering” by tossing cash into a literal washing machine — in order to clean off potential coronavirus germs.

Person who thinks washing cash kills COVID-19 wrecks at least $19K

SEOUL (Sputnik) - South Korean authorities arrested the leader of Christian religious group Shincheonji on several charges relating to the COVID-19 outbreak in the...SEOUL (Sputnik) - South Korean authorities arrested the leader of Christian religious group Shincheonji on several charges relating to the COVID-19 outbreak in the...

South Korea Arrests Shincheonji Church Founder Over Coronavirus-Related Crimes, Reports Say - Sputnik International

The elderly leader of a secretive South Korean sect at the center of the country's early coronavirus outbreak was arrested on Saturday for allegedly hindering the government's effort to contain the epidemic. Lee Man-hee, 88, is the head of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, which is often condemned as a…

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Seoul, Aug 1 .- The leader of a Christian sect in South Korea was arrested Saturday for allegedly trying to obstruct the government's efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. ... | August 1, 2020Seoul, Aug 1 .- The leader of a Christian sect in South Korea was arrested Saturday for allegedly trying to obstruct the government's efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus. ... | August 1, 2020

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South Korea court approves arrest of sect leader linked to COVID-19 outbreak: Yonhap

South Korea court approves arrest of sect leader linked to COVID-19 outbreak: Yonhap

The leader of a secretive South Korean sect was arrested on Saturday for allegedly hindering the gov

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Lee Man-hee heads the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, which is linked to more than a third of South Korea's total cases.Lee Man-hee heads the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, which is linked to more than a third of South Korea's total cases.

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© . People watch a TV broadcasting a news report on a news conference held by Lee Man-hee, founder of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus the Temple of the Tabernacle of the Testimony, in Seoul SEOUL () – South Korean authorities arrested the founder of a secretive Christian sect at the centre of the country’s […]

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Lee Man-hee, who leads the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, is accused of obstructing contact tracers.Lee Man-hee, who leads the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, is accused of obstructing contact tracers.

Coronavirus: South Korean Shincheonji sect leader arrested

The 50,000 won (Rs 3137) the person possessed was what he or she had gotten during a family funeral from the relatives and friends. The 50,000 won (Rs 3137) the person possessed was what he or she had gotten during a family funeral from the relatives and friends.

A South Korean citizen put bank notes in washing machines to get rid of any possible traces of coronavirus. The person had to take help from the bank to replace damaged notes. Earlier a person microwaved money as well.

Literally money laundering weh! 😛 A South Korean suffered substansive losses when in a precautionary effort to ‘clean’ his or her banknotes by putting it inside a washing machine. Not a very good idea as you can see from the photos below as the won banknotes were seriously damaged with the Bank of Korea refusing […]

Man Tries Cleaning Money in Washing Machine, Ends Up Suffering Serious Losses - WORLD OF BUZZ

More than 5,200 Covid-19 cases, or 36 percent of cases in South Korea have been linked to the religious sect. More than 5,200 Covid-19 cases, or 36 percent of cases in South Korea have been linked to the religious sect.

South Korean officials arrest religious leader linked to major Covid-19 cluster | 1 NEWS | TVNZ

South Korean authorities have arrested a religious sect leader for allegedly hampering efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus.South Korean authorities have arrested a religious sect leader for allegedly hampering efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus.

S.Korean sect leader arrested over virus response | NHK WORLD-JAPAN News

Uniindia: Seoul, Aug 1 (UNI) Leader of a South Korea Cristian sect was arrested on Saturday for allegedly obstructing government''s efforts to contain the spread of the Corona virus.Seoul, Aug 1 (UNI) Leader of a South Korea Cristian sect was arrested on Saturday for allegedly obstructing government''s efforts to contain the spread of the Corona virus.

S Korea sect leader arrested on charges of obstructing anti-virus response

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South Korean authorities arrested the leader of Christian religious group Shincheonji on several charges relating to the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, media reported Saturday.Lee Man-hee, 89 years old, is suspected of giving authorities false information on gatherings and hampering health offici ..South Korean authorities arrested the leader of Christian religious group Shincheonji on several charges relating to the COVID-19 outbreak in the country, media reported Saturday.Lee Man-hee, 89 years old, is suspected of giving authorities false information on gatherings and hampering health offici ..

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South Korean authorities arrested the founder of a secretive Christian sect at the centre of the country’s largest outbreak of COVID-19 infections.South Korean authorities arrested the founder of a secretive Christian sect at the centre of the country’s largest outbreak of COVID-19 infections.

South Korean sect leader at the centre of coronavirus outbreak arrested for hindering efforts | SBS News

Lee, the founder of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, concealed data about the sect's members.Lee, the founder of the Shincheonji Church of Jesus, concealed data about the sect's members.

Lee Man-hee: South Korean sect leader arrested for obstructing Covid-19 investigation

DUBAI: Celebrating Eid Al-Adha and sending greetings to family and friends, as well as performing prayers, virtually is now an accepted new normal with the coronavirus scare not going away anytime soon. The Islamic holidays, traditionally spent visiting loved ones and relatives to exchange warm wishes, is now a socially distanced celebration with almost three-fourths of ArabDUBAI: Celebrating Eid Al-Adha and sending greetings to family and friends, as well as performing prayers, virtually is now an accepted new normal with the coronavirus scare not going away anytime

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South Korea arrests sect leader for hindering COVID-19 effortsThe elderly leader of a secretive South Korean sect at the center of the country's early coronavirus outbreak was arrested on Saturday for allegedly hindering the...

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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean prosecutors arrested the elderly leader of a secretive religious sect Saturday as part of an investigation into allegations that the church hampered the government’s anti-virus response after thousands of worshippers were infected in February and March.SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korean prosecutors arrested the elderly leader of a secretive religious sect Saturday as part of an investigation into allegations that the church hampered the government’s anti-virus response after thousands of worshippers were infected in February and March.

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The elderly leader of a secretive South Korean sect at the centre of the country's early coronavirus outbreak was arrested on Saturday for allegedly hindering the government's effort to contain the epidemic.The elderly leader of a secretive South Korean sect at the centre of the country's early coronavirus outbreak was arrested on Saturday for allegedly hindering the government's effort to contain the epidemic.

South Korean sect leader arrested for hindering virus efforts