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(NSFW) Korean Navy Seal Ken Rhee Records Exfil After Recon Mission Goes South

Published June 18, 2022

Former Korean Navy SEAL Ken Rhee records an exfiltration after a Reconnaissance Mission goes south on them. The bleeding from the driver stems from a flesh wound on the back of his head.


This video was released by Korean Navy SEAL Ken Rhee who is currently being prosecuted for violating passport law. He is currently being prosecuted without detention by the International Crime Investigation Unit of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused Rhee of violating the passport law as he disregarded a travel ban the Korean government imposed on Ukraine on Feb. 13.


"I will unconditionally cooperate with the police investigation,” Rhee said at the time of his arrest. “I violated the law, but I went to Ukraine to protect people and play a more important role. I only came back because I got hurt, I have ACL [anterior cruciate ligament] tears in both of my knees. With that kind of injury, I can't be in any operation that we have been doing. At this time, I have to heal.”


Rhee faces up to one year in prison and a $8000 fine if he is found guilty.


josh brooks

Published June 18, 2022

Former Korean Navy SEAL Ken Rhee records an exfiltration after a Reconnaissance Mission goes south on them. The bleeding from the driver stems from a flesh wound on the back of his head.


This video was released by Korean Navy SEAL Ken Rhee who is currently being prosecuted for violating passport law. He is currently being prosecuted without detention by the International Crime Investigation Unit of the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs accused Rhee of violating the passport law as he disregarded a travel ban the Korean government imposed on Ukraine on Feb. 13.


"I will unconditionally cooperate with the police investigation,” Rhee said at the time of his arrest. “I violated the law, but I went to Ukraine to protect people and play a more important role. I only came back because I got hurt, I have ACL [anterior cruciate ligament] tears in both of my knees. With that kind of injury, I can't be in any operation that we have been doing. At this time, I have to heal.”


Rhee faces up to one year in prison and a $8000 fine if he is found guilty.


josh brooks

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