Seoul (Reza Shah) The High Court upheld the appeal of the district court’s 30-year sentence to the 20-year-old mother and stepfather who starved their 2-year-old daughter to death in Ulsan, South Korea. Heard.
According to details, the stepmother and stepfather were accused of habitually neglecting their 31-month-old daughter and 17-month-old son in a one-room house in Ulsan city from October 2021 to early March last year, police said. During the investigation, it was revealed that he gave his daughter virtually nothing to eat for two weeks before she died. The investigation also revealed that the parents were also receiving child allowance and child support, but her However, they kept the daughter hungry due to which the girl was forced to eat dog food at home due to which the daughter died due to malnutrition and the son was also found in very poor health in March last year.
“If the defendants had sent their children to a day care center or sought help from an administrative agency, this result would not have come about. If any kind of mercy or gentleness is shown, there is a fear of severe criticism from the public.”