South Korean authorities ask Interpol to issue 'Red Notice' for Do Kwon: Report

South Korean authorities ask Interpol to issue ‘Red Notice’ for Do Kwon: Report


South Korean prosecutors have reportedly requested Interpol intervene in their case against Terra co-founder Do Kwon by issuing a “Red Notice’ — suggesting global law enforcement agencies may attempt to find and detain him.

According to a Monday report from the Financial Times, the Seoul Southern District prosecutors’ office said it had “begun the procedure” to place Kwon on Interpol’s Red Notice list following steps to revoke the Terra co-founder’s passport while he was in Singapore. Interpol’s website states that a Red Notice is requested by authorities “locate and provisionally arrest a person pending extradition, surrender, or similar legal action,” but the agency cannot compel local law enforcement to arrest the subject of such notice.

“We are doing our best to locate and arrest [Kwon],” a spokesperson

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