International law enforcement agency Interpol issued a notice just weeks after South Korean authorities issued an arrest warrant for Terraform Labs co-founder Do Kwon. The red notice allows South Korea to obtain assistance from international law enforcement agencies and “temporary arrests.”[ing] A person awaiting extradition, surrender or similar legal action.
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A few weeks after South Korean authorities issued arrest warrants for Do Kwon and his associates, international law enforcement agency Interpol has reportedly issued a red notice to the Terraform Labs co-founder. The announcement follows reports that Kwon will not be living in Singapore as Korean officials initially thought.
According to Interpol, red notices are issued to “wanted persons wanted for prosecution or trial”. The red notice allows South Korea to obtain assistance from international law enforcement agencies and “temporary arrests.”[ing] A person awaiting extradition, surrender or similar legal action.
As reported by Bitcoin.com news, South Korean prosecutors have charged Kwon and five other Terraform Labs associates with violating the country’s capital markets law. Kwon also faces other charges that prosecutors did not disclose.
In an initial response to reports that Korean authorities had issued an arrest warrant, Kwon tweeted on September 17 that he was not on the run. Instead, he said, he is cooperating with “any government agency that is interested in communicating.”
Terraform Labs’ CEO has not responded to reports that Interpol has issued a red notice. Earlier today at 1:05pm ET, Kwon responded to the tweet he said.: “[Do Kwon] where [are] Are you hiding Famine? Kwon They replied “Writing code” and more in his “living room”. They spoke The person who comes and visits, and they will soon have a cigarette.
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