Jay Y Lee controversially released on parole, heads to Samsung HQ

UIWANG, South Korea (Reuters) -Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Jay Y Lee, convicted of bribery and embezzlement, walked out of prison on parole on Friday, with South Korea’s president calling on the public for understanding over his controversial release. “We are well aware that there are supporting and opposing views on Vice Chairman Jay Y Lee’s parole. One of the decisions Jay Y Lee is expected to make is the final call on the location of a $17 billion US plant that will produce advanced logic chips. The average eligible time for all criminals in South Korea was 80% prior to the easing. (Reporting by Dogyun Kim and Joyce Lee; Additional reporting by Sunghyuk An and Heekyong Yang; Editing by Edwina Gibbs)Related article:

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