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Accused in alleged murder conspiracy allowed to leave country

Posted: April 15, 2016. 5:43 p.m. CST.

By Aaron Humes: Korean national businesswoman, Hyang Chong Park, who was granted Supreme Court bail in the sum of $75,000 with stringent conditions after being charged in the plot to kill four Hyang Chong Parkpersons in Belize, allegedly masterminded by Bradley Paumen, successfully applied to the Supreme Court on Thursday for permission to leave the country.

According to attorney Richard “Dickie” Bradley, the application granted her time to attend to business and family matters abroad.

Park leaves on Saturday and must return by the first week in May. She must report immediately back to the court to avoid a violation of her bail conditions.

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One Response to Accused in alleged murder conspiracy allowed to leave country

  1. YVONNE FERNANDEZ Reply

    April 17, 2016 at 4:49 pm

    I really thought my BELIZEAN GOVT was much SMARTER,

    PRIME MINISTER YOU NEED TO STEP UP AND SHOW YOUR POWER. HEADS NEEDS TO ROLL. WE HAVE OUR BELIZEAN NATIONALS THAT COMMIT MUCH LESSER CRIMES AND THEY ARE NOT GRANTED BAIL. IS OUR COURT SYSTEM SOFT WITH THE ORIENTALS??????????????????????

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