“The culprit holds a knife dripping with blood”.. ‘Sillim knife fighting’ eyewitness testimony

The owner of a nearby store, who witnessed the바카라사이트 scene of the ‘Sillim-dong Don’t Ask Knife’ incident, told the situation at the time, saying, “I was so scared that I met eyes with (the criminal).”

Mr. A, who runs a shop near the scene of the incident, appeared on CBS radio ‘Kim Hyun-jung’s News Show’ on the 24th and announced this.

Mr. A explained about the time of the accident, “It was the time when the store people were preparing to open.”

Mr. A continued, “I was preparing to go to the bank after (opening), when I heard a ‘thud’ outside, and when I went out, one person was lying on the floor and struggling, and a person wearing black kicked (the victim), punched (the victim), and held a knife and wielded (the victim) about 10 times.”

He added, “Since the screaming victim became quiet, (the criminal) ran inside with a knife dripping blood.”

Mr. A also said, “I was locking the door, but two high school girls ran in crying and said, ‘Sorry, can we go in too?’

Meanwhile, Mr. Cho (33) is accused of killing a man in his 20s and injuring three other men by wielding a weapon in an alley near Exit 4 of Sillim Station, Gwanak-gu, Seoul, around 2:07 pm on the 21st. One of the three injured is said to be in critical condition.

On the afternoon of the 23rd, Judge So Joon-seop of the Seoul Central District Court on duty issued an arrest warrant for Cho, who was suspected of murder, for reasons such as “concern about fleeing.”

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