It appears that the Terraform Labs founder, Do Kwon’s investigation regarding Terra’s (LUNA) collapse is going to be dragged for longer days with new twists every other day.
The latest statement by South Korean officials claims that Interpol has issued a Red Notice against Do Kwon after it was confirmed that he has left Singapore. Interpol is an abbreviation for International Criminal Police Organization and the Red Notice is nothing but law enforcement placed against an individual to arrest him due to his prolonged surrender, extradition, or any such legal action. This kind of notice is applicable worldwide.
After the release of this statement, Terra’s new chain Terra Classic (LUNC), and the original chain Terra (LUNA) declined by more than 14% and 8% respectively in the last 24hrs.
This statement by the country’s Seoul Southern District Prosecutors’ Office was issued in the early hours today. Additionally, 195 countries have been notified by Interpol to expel Do Kwon to South Korean officials.
Do Kwon Escape Singapore
Recently on September 19, the South Korean officials appealed to Interpol to pass a Red Notice against Do Kwon. Moreover, just two weeks before, the country’s officials had also issued an arrest warrant against Do Kwon and five others. Also, there was an order to invalidate their passport along with posing a travel ban for all other employees of Terra.
On the other hand, South Korean Officials have also begun their investigation to know if Terra Classic (LUNC) and other Terra-related tokens are securities.
It is to be noted that after there was an arrest warrant against Do Kwon, he claimed that he is not trying to escape and is co-operating with the officials. However, this statement was rejected and the officials asserted that from the time the Terra (LUNA) collapsed in May, the founder is trying to escape.
At the time of writing, Terra (LUNA) has dropped by 8.7% over the last 24hrs and is trading at $2.30. Meanwhile Terra Classic (LUNC) is selling at $0.0002024 with a fall of 14.33% in the last 24hrs.