Running Scared In SeoulSteven Brull and Laxmi Nakarmi
Roh Tae Woo's son and younger brother spoke softly and bowed to South Korea's former President as he ducked into his waiting limousine outside his house. Dozens of camera cars trailed the motorcade on Nov. 15 for the 17-minute ride to the public prosecutor's office across town. For Roh, who confessed three weeks ago to amassing a $650 million slush fund, the trip seemed likely to be one of his last as a free man.
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