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South Korea Arson Suspect Reconstructs Events - 15 Feb 2008
South Korea Arson Suspect Reconstructs Events - 15 Feb 2008
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (front L) leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an on-the-spot...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (front L) leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun,...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection...
Seoul, South Korea
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (front) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection...
Seoul, South Korea
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (front) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi leaves in a police van after an on-the-spot inspection with police officers...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi leaves in a police van after an on-the-spot inspection with police officers...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi leaves in a police van after an on-the-spot inspection with police officers at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun,...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection...
Seoul, South Korea
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Plain-clothes policemen lead arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) as they arrive for an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by fire, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (L) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. South Korean police said on Tuesday they arrested a pensioner who confessed to burning down a 600-year-old gate designated as the country's number one national treasure because he was angry about a compensation payment. REUTERS/Kwak Sung-ho/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (2nd L) reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (2nd L) reconstructs the events of the arson during on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) reconstructs the events of the arson during an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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February 15, 2008
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an...
Seoul, South Korea
Arson suspect Chae leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an on-the-spot...
Arson suspect Chae Jong-gi (C) leaves with plainclothes policemen as reporters ask questions after an on-the-spot inspection at Namdaemun, officially called Sungnyemun, or "Great South Gate", which was destroyed by arson, in Seoul February 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahn Hoon/Pool (SOUTH KOREA)
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