A former executive of Kumho Asiana Group and a former employee of the nation’s antitrust watchdog are under prosecution’s probe for allegedly conspiring to delete documents unfavorable to the company, judicial sources said Monday.
According to the sources, the Seoul Central District Prosecutors Office has arrested a former employee of the Korea Fair Trade Commission (KFTC), surnamed Song, on the charge of receiving kickbacks, and a former executive of the nation’s 20th-largest business group, surnamed Yoon, for allegedly giving kickbacks. They were both charged with destruction of evidence as well.
The former KFTC employee, who was tasked with digital forensic analysis of documents at the agency, is accused of taking millions of won in bribes from Yoon from 2014-18, and deleting some of KFTC documents that could work against Kumho Asiana.
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