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A South Korean special prosecutor officer carries confiscated articles from the home of Lee Sang-Eun, President Lee Myung-Bak's eldest brother, in Seoul on on October 17, 2012. South Korean investigators on October 17 raided the home and office of President Lee Myung-Bak's eldest brother as part of a probe into alleged irregularities in a project to build Lee's retirement home. The raid came a day after a special prosecutor requested that Lee's only son, Lee Si-Hyung, and 10 other people linked to the now-defunct project be barred from leaving the country. REPUBLIC OF KOREA OUT AFP PHOTO/DONG-A ILBO (Photo credit should read DONG-A ILBO/AFP/Getty Images)
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A South Korean special prosecutor officer carries confiscated articles from the home of Lee Sang-Eun, President Lee Myung-Bak's eldest brother, in Seoul on on October 17, 2012. South Korean investigators on October 17 raided the home and office of President Lee Myung-Bak's eldest brother as part of a probe into alleged irregularities in a project to build Lee's retirement home. The raid came a day after a special prosecutor requested that Lee's only son, Lee Si-Hyung, and 10 other people linked to the now-defunct project be barred from leaving the country. REPUBLIC OF KOREA OUT AFP PHOTO/DONG-A ILBO (Photo credit should read DONG-A ILBO/AFP/Getty Images)
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October 17, 2012
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A South Korean special prosecutor officer carries confiscated... News Photo 154260588Article,Brother,Carrying,Confiscated,Home,Law,Lee Myung-Bak,Males,Officer,Prosecutor,Seoul,South Korea,VerticalPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPA South Korean special prosecutor officer carries confiscated articles from the home of Lee Sang-Eun, President Lee Myung-Bak's eldest brother, in Seoul on on October 17, 2012. South Korean investigators on October 17 raided the home and office of President Lee Myung-Bak's eldest brother as part of a probe into alleged irregularities in a project to build Lee's retirement home. The raid came a day after a special prosecutor requested that Lee's only son, Lee Si-Hyung, and 10 other people linked to the now-defunct project be barred from leaving the country. REPUBLIC OF KOREA OUT AFP PHOTO/DONG-A ILBO (Photo credit should read DONG-A ILBO/AFP/Getty Images)