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Wednesday, June 6, 2012

South Korean Government Arrests Two Individuals Suspected of Espionage

This is a bit dated, but according to Arirang News, reported on May 31st, the South Korean Government (ROKG) has arrested two people for suspicion of espionage in early May and a third in police custody for the suspicion of assisting in the said espionage efforts.

Apparently the two suspected of committing espionage against the ROK were working for North Korea to collect information on GPS-related technology, electronic jamming devices, and an air defense radar system.  While this is a complete speculation, after reading this bit of news, one cannot help but wonder if there is any relationship between the GPS jamming incidents that occurred earlier this year (April 28 - May 14) and the information that were alleged to have been sought by the two individuals who were arrested in early May.  I would think that it would certainly make sense that these two incidents are related....

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