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Jung arrested where he was in 2006
« on: March 02, 2008, 08:45:36 PM »
Back in April 2006. One of the girls that claimed to have been raped in the 2006 conference:

Kim revealed/confided the contents of her ordeal—she met up with dozens of JMS followers in a mansion located in China’s An-san mountain province and between April 2nd and 3rd, was sexually violated multiple times by Jung Myung-Suk.

There were roughly 200 residents in An-san; almost no Koreans lived there.

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And that time in 2006 when a reporter went to the place Jung was staying, and instead of the JMS members being arrested, he was!:

It seemed like the Chinese An-san police force had a unique relationship with the JMS followers.

On April 12th, we witnessed the shocking scene of a reporter being dragged towards police officials.
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In fact, Cho [JMS member] was playing the role of the chief official representative in the investigation process [when the police arrived].

They [the police] inspected every electronic file related with JMS in the reporter’s notebook and erased all the contents written in Korean by the worker.

All contents regarding the illegal activities partaken by JMS followers were reviewed in detail with them.

Cho and the followers took several turns exchanging lies to the reporter.

“Those people were merely protecting the Chen-san mansion. They’re not followers of JMS,?they alleged several times.

The JMS followers conspicuously stated all at once, “We’re just guards. What the heck is JMS anyway??as they continually denied any relations with JMS.

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However, upon returning back to Korea and analyzing the photos of the individuals of the Chen-san residence, the officials and the other Koreans there, they were all zealous followers of the organization.

Cho, in order to set straight the situations to the Chinese and Korean government, he had to first investigate for himself.

After reporting all the collected facts with the authorities, Cho then told the reporter that Jung Myung-Suk was merely a steward/butler of the province.

The JMS religious order was also reportedly giving “hush money?to the officials of the region.

After An-san officials erased all the photos taken by the reporter, they suspended his visa and called for a scheduled deportation.

The reporter was deported April 14th.

http://www.jmscult.com.com/archive/index6857.html?board=april&action=display&thread=1146124075


An-san... an-san.. let's jump forward a year later:

"He was caught by police in Anshan, in Liaoning, the Chinese province that borders North Korea."
http://www.theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,21732554-2703,00.html

"There were roughly 200 residents in An-san; almost no Koreans lived there. "

So did Jung attempt to return to his mansion, or was he protected by corrupt police all this time?

August 18, 2015, 11:10:47 PM
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Re: Jung arrested where he was in 2006
« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2015, 11:10:47 PM »
http://www.jmscult.com.com/archive/index6857.html?board=april&action=display&thread=1146124075
That links now dead, but here is what was there:

April 23, 2006: SISA Press article

Rough English translation:
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Jung Myung-Suk finds pleasure in being Runaway emperor?

On April 11th 1:07 p.m. in the mountainous province of (Liao Ning Sheng), a reporter and two followers of the JMS Christian organization fought in front of a luxurious villa.

Finally, after confiscating the camera and cellular phone, the reporter was dragged inside and detained. There was no reply despite requests for help from the police.

It was a sudden reminder of the assault on another reporter three years ago. One hour being detained in the house felt like forever.

It was the fifth consecutive year that the reporter would travel to China in order to meet Jung Myung-Suk.

During that time, Jung Myung-Suk was the main suspect in pursuit for the rape investigations of numerous female followers of his organization.

The investigation began in 2001 and arrest warrants were issued in the following years, 2003 and 2004. His latest appearance was during a 2003 arrest in Hong Kong. He escaped once again after being released upon a 10,000 dollar (Hong Kong dollar) fine.

This was the news we received from China’s mountain province of Chen. April 3rd of last year, the police forces of Mapo received a clue regarding the pursuit (of Jung Myung-Suk) through the phone.

The fifty-two year old mother of JMS follower Kim (28 years old) demanded a criminal investigation as she reported, “I think my daughter has been kidnapped by JMS followers and taken to China?

After her escape and kidnap ordeal and the many twist and turns of Chinese law enforcement system, Kim finally returned to her mother’s side on April 7th.

The family members of the escaped victims lamented, “Nobody would believe these atrocities,?as they avoided contact with the outside world.

With much persuasion of the mother, Chung, we were able to meet up with the escaped victim, Kim, on April 10th.

Kim revealed/confided the contents of her ordeal—she met up with dozens of JMS followers in a mansion located in China’s An-san mountain province and between April 2nd and 3rd, was sexually violated multiple times by Jung Myung-Suk.

In addition to Kim, there were several other victims there and two more victims managed to escape.

In order to confirm the events reported by Kim, the reporter left for China’s An-san province and arrived April 11th.

There were roughly 200 residents in An-san; almost no Koreans lived there.

The first place to find was a building called Baistel located within the city.

This was the reported location where several girls were allegedly raped between the dates of Mach 29th and April 2nd.

The Myung-sang Taekwondo Academy and Myung Modeling Academy was located on the 9th floor of this building.

JMS followers used Baistel as a sort of lodging ground.

(Baistel was the location where the oldest followers convened.)

On April 11th, nine members of the JMS were practicing at the Myung-sang Taekwondo facility.

In response to the rape allegations, “We know nothing about that. (It’s only a report made by foreigners—you can only investigate the Chinese officials.) Get out of here,?as they forcibly pushed the reporter out.

It was easy to find traces of Jung Myung-Suk within the vicinity of the province.

After showing the local restaurant workers a photo of Jung Myung-Suk, they responded, “We see this guy a lot. He comes here to eat with several people.?

They informed that Jung Myung-Suk came here on business from Korea.

On April 12th, a clue led us to find a building by the name of “God’s House.?

The mansion was not difficult to find by a 30-minute taxi trip and was the only foundation that stood out.

An-san towers over the heart of famous mountainous region located in the eastern district.

(After a five hour long taxi trip, the reporter finally spotted a lone mansion amongst the scattered flats.)

The mansion, with its orange-colored triangular roof and blue walls, sat atop a lofty hill.

The interior held a indoor swimming pool along with another structure attached to the back side of the residence.

I witnessed the ominous sight of two guard dogs fiercely standing outside the iron-clad front gates.

Since were no neighboring houses, the house easily stood out.

Also, within approximately 200 meters of the place, there was another similar-looking mansion.

After asking the local residents, they reported a Korean moving there three months ago.

Around 1 p.m., I took a closer shot of the house.

The surveillance camera captured two followers rushing out from the house.

The follower, dressed in a full-black suit, brought with him a walkie-talkie.

Amidst the swirl of controversy, I demanded immediate assistance from my traveling interpreters.

Using brute force, his followers seized the reporter’s camera and confiscated his cellular phone.

The reporter cried for help from neighbors but to his surprise, nobody came to help.

The reporter was detained inside the residence until officials arrived.


During his detainment inside “God’s House? the reporter was able to listen in/eavesdrop on the conversation between the followers.

A follower in his twenties and several others were busily going back and forth taking orders from a commanding elder by the name of Cho.

Cho was a very unique character.

He claimed, “We have nothing to do with JMS. This house is my office. Because of the rape allegations, officials already came to investigate but found no evidence of any sort. I have no relations with JMS whatsoever.?

This was all very disorderly.

The reporter asked him exactly what type of “work?did his office perform, and Cho responded, “We do a lot of real estate here and there within An-san province.?

Around 2 pm, Chinese officials arrived at the house.

Yet on the contrary, they arrested the reporter instead.

It was on the basis of new reporting without permission.


The main problem was that the reporter did not have an investigation visa but a regular travel visa only.

The officials did not come to the aid of the reporter, but instead, were called by the members of JMS for assistance.

Authorities have not had the chance to issue a special investigation visa since the beginning of the rape allegation breakouts in China.

It seemed like the Chinese An-san police force had a unique relationship with the JMS followers.


On April 12th, we witnessed the shocking scene of a reporter being dragged towards police officials.


(It is the result of the frequent investigations done regarding rape allegations and JMS collaborators.)

Unable to utter a word of Korean, the Chinese officials receive all their reporters from Cho translating.

While the reporter was being questioned by the foreign affairs officials, Cho was also present the entire time.

The reporter desperately urged for another translator but Cho was there again during the second questioning on the 13th.

“I used to work together with these officials. We’re real close. I was the chief clerk,?Cho boasted.

He claimed that he was one of the locals there, and his name was pronounced Cho Yung-Ho in Korean as opposed to Cho Yong-Ho (in Chinese).

In fact, Cho was playing the role of the chief official representative in the investigation process.

They inspected every electronic file related with JMS in the reporter’s notebook and erased all the contents written in Korean by the worker.

All contents regarding the illegal activities partaken by JMS followers were reviewed in detail with them.

Cho and the followers took several turns exchanging lies to the reporter.

“Those people were merely protecting the Chen-san mansion. They’re not followers of JMS,?they alleged several times.

The JMS followers conspicuously stated all at once, “We’re just guards. What the heck is JMS anyway??as they continually denied any relations with JMS.

During his investigation, the reporter witnessed a supposed friend of Cho’s pacing back and forth while talking on the phone.

“He’s just a friend that I work with. Not a follower,?insisted Cho.

However, upon returning back to Korea and analyzing the photos of the individuals of the Chen-san residence, the officials and the other Koreans there, they were all zealous followers of the organization.

Cho, in order to set straight the situations to the Chinese and Korean government, he had to first investigate for himself.

After reporting all the collected facts with the authorities, Cho then told the reporter that Jung Myung-Suk was merely a steward/butler of the province.

The JMS religious order was also reportedly giving “hush money?to the officials of the region.

After An-san officials erased all the photos taken by the reporter, they suspended his visa and called for a scheduled deportation.


The reporter was deported April 14th.

The recent situation that took place in China confirmed two facts.

First, the investigations must be handed over from the hands of the local officials to the central government.

“How is it possible that sixty year old, level 4 taekwondo students can make the attacks? That girl (Kim) is putting on a show. Not only me, the officials here believe that too,?Cho alleged.

The Chinese officials obviously are not able to understand “show?(as Koreans understand it) but Cho and the other followers said something like that.

Secondly, participation of Korea and China in this investigation is obvious.

The JMS followers in An-san are undoubtedly very confident that evidence (against them) can only be revealed within Korea.

There are numerous individuals suspected of facilitating Jung Myung-Suk’s escape to China.

In order to prevent this international disgrace/ignominy from occurring again, vigorous support of the (Korean) investigation from foreign law enforcement is a must.