Nov. 10 (UPI) — South Korean prosecutors have begun recovering digital proof from the cell phone discovered on former Seoul Mayor Park Gained-soon, who was discovered lifeless in July by police.

Park, who had been accused of sexually harassing a feminine worker at metropolis corridor for at the very least 4 years, left behind three cellphones, however the proof was off-limits to investigators for months, the JoongAng Ilbo reported.

The Seoul Northern District Prosecutors’ Workplace’s second legal division stated Tuesday prosecutors obtained a search-and-seizure warrant for Park’s telephone in October. Forensics on the telephone have begun, and the probe to this point exhibits the police, the presidential Blue Home and the Seoul Prosecutors’ Workplace weren’t concerned in “leaking,” or apprising Park of harassment complaints, in line with Seoul Shinmun.

“We’re constantly investigating in accordance with legal guidelines and ideas to disclose the reality,” the prosecution stated, in line with JoongAng. “Now we have not drawn any conclusions.”

Following Park’s dying on July 9, civic teams and legal professionals accused the police, the presidential Blue Home and the Seoul Prosecutors’ Workplace of leaking the grievance to Park, or issuing an advance warning.

The cell phone that was discovered on Park in July was sealed and inaccessible after an preliminary investigation in July. In line with South Korean legislation, the defendant’s dying renders any alleged complaints null and void, and prosecutors should quit the case. Prosecutors have been capable of circumvent these restrictions, nevertheless, by citing the sexual harassment fees and a court docket has accepted a “quasi-appeal” from investigators for forensics to go forward, in line with the JoongAng.

The telephone is being revisited after investigators had been initially capable of unlock the system on July 22, in line with Yonhap.

In July, Kim Jae-ryun, the plaintiff’s authorized counsel, stated her shopper was the goal of harassing messages and undesirable sexual advances on the mayor’s workplace.