religion is considered a controversial subject here and posting about it is an offense that can merit a suspension
so I will tiptoe around it and hopefully that will be okay
because of the religious differences between the 2 countries - and how that greatly affects their world view -
the suspect is Malay, and if she is in Malaysia - it is IMO very doubtful the Malay authorities would agree to extradite her to South Korea
But i would think that they have extradition between close proximity countries.
I did not know about that extradition pact
however, there is a great deal of difference between Malaysia extraditing a Malay national to South Korea
and Malaysia extraditing a criminal from, for example Thailand, to South Korea
I still tend to doubt they would do it - especially if the religion of the suspect is the same as that of the rulers of Malaysia
and I think it's very possible the Malay authorities would feign ignorance - would say they don't know where she is when actually they do know
especially if the price is right
A Gwinnett County teenager was arrested after authorities said he managed to steal nearly $1 million from the grocery store where he worked.
Tre Brown, 19, was taken into custody Jan. 14 after scamming the Kroger on Steve Reynolds Boulevard out of more than $980,000 over a two-week period, Gwinnett police spokesman Cpl. Collin Flynn said.
According to police, Brown created more than 40 returns for non-existent items in December and January. Those returns, which ranged in price from $75 to more than $87,000, were then placed on several credit cards, investigators said.
I have a feeling that's common. I know of another case where that happened.Quote: jjjoooggg
Im thinking embezzlement. Our condo board told me the property management co embezzled also.