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they are going to trap me because they are with them. I was hesitant to announce.
But in the end, I fear that this kind of fear is a type of fear that Korea 's investigative agency is putting
in place to make everything out of God'
Unlike artificial intelligence, humans are physically constrained by time and space.
Because of these limitations, it is impossible for any investigating agency to collect any evidence that
it is a criminal evidence, to turn over the guilt and to investigate the redemption, and it is impossible
for anyone to explain it in words.
This is the judiciary, which is the public power, which becomes the political power governed by the
A prisoner who fails to acknowledge these physical limitations for life and challenges the physical
limitations of time and space will get sick and tired of the vases, and think that a prisoner who forgets
the future and lives in the future will spend his life short.
Someone can not reveal the truth or fight for me.
It can not be resigned and buried.
I decided to concentrate on the record and the preservation method, one of the things I can do,
because I know that artificial intelligence like the Alpha God will someday reveal the truth.
Too good is a crime.
The red kid drove me to the red sea.

I did not write diaries or letters at all when I was in jail.
The police and the prosecutors' investigation and the trial of the courts calling me every day did not
have the mental capacity to do so.

I took the cranain acetaminophen 300mg, which is an analgesic prescribed in the Seoul Detention
Center of Seoul Detention Center, for 2 to 3 months at the time of detention at the second detention
This drug was a painkiller that warned of severe liver damage in the United States and Korea in 2011,
but the Seoul Detention Center has prescribed it to prisoners like a panacea for lack of cold medicine.
Until I was released as a second jewel, I lived in the Seoul Detention Center with cold and diarrhea,
lived with sap, and went out to Anyangseam Hospital and Hallym University Hospital. Through various
blood tests and CT scans, I had high blood pressure, headache, rhinitis, hyperthyroidism, bronchitis,
Gastrointestinal endoscopy, duodenal ulcer, fatty liver, hepatitis A vaccination, renal dysfunction,
colonoscopy, hyperplasia of the prostate, urine, scurvy and herpes.
Of course, I was admitted to a psychiatric hospital and got an adult diaper and a psychiatric
It seemed that people would not believe my story like the novel, and the family collected medical