Terra's Do Kwon Becomes Top Wanted as Interpol Issues Red Notice
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Do Kwon, the co-founder of the Terra ecosystem, is now included in Interpol's top wanted as the international criminal police organization has requested law agencies to locate and arrest him, Bloomberg has learned, citing prosecutors in Seoul.

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South Korean officials say that Interpol issued a Red Notice for Kwon due to violation of capital-markets law. Prior to the charges, the Terra co-founder left South Korea and was hiding Singapore, claiming he was not "on the run."

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The Korean authorities have also revoked Kwon's South Korean passport, stating that he is "obviously on the run and has no intention to appear before us for questioning." As of press time, Kwon's whereabouts unknown. With Interpol, South Korea wants to enhance its efforts to locate Kwon on a worldwide scale as reports say he had recently left Singapore.

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