Korean national businesswoman, Hyang Chong Park, who was granted Supreme Court bail in the sum of $75,000 with stringent conditions after being charged in the plot to kill four persons in Belize, allegedly masterminded by Bradley Paumen, successfully applied to the Supreme Court on Thursday for permission to leave the country. According to attorney Richard “Dickie” Bradley, the application granted her time to attend to business and family matters abroad:
Richard “Dickie” Bradley, Attorney: Park had originally been granted bail by the Supreme Court in the large amount of $75,000 on th e 5th of February this year. Two of the conditions, one was that she must report to the police every Friday in Belmopan, and also the second one is that she must surrender her travel documents. And in the event she needs to leave the country on legitimate grounds, the court must be approached and given permission for her to leave the country and in fact she has to leave, and that application was made, and her in the presence of KyriLou Awich Crown Council from the office of the DPP and the circumstances given to Court, permission was granted for Miss Park to leave the country to attend to her business and return in time for her next court hearing which is set for May in the Belmopan’s Magistrate’s Court. So it’s a routine matter, it’s a situation where the court can review an application where there is reasonable grounds to allow a person to approach the court following certain terms and conditions.