Do Kwon Sentenced to 4 Months in Prison in Montenegro for Fake Passport Offenses

Do Kwon, the founder of Terraform Labs, has been found guilty by a Montenegro court of using a false passport and has been handed a four-month prison sentence. Han Chong-joon, former Chief Financial Officer of Terraform Labs and a colleague of Kwon, was also charged and received the same sentence. The court statement, posted on the Montenegro Basic Court’s website, mentions that the time both individuals spent in detention will be considered as part of the sentence.

The charges against Do Kwon relate to an attempt to leave the country using a counterfeit Costa Rican passport. During the court proceedings, Kwon claimed that he was unaware of the alleged forgery and attributed the blame to a Chinese agency. He reportedly stated that he had obtained the forged passports and travel documents, including the Costa Rican passport, through third-party agencies.

Kwon maintained his innocence regarding the forgery of travel documents, emphasizing that he had been using the Costa Rican passport for an extended period and had no reason to doubt its authenticity.

In addition to denying the allegations of forgery, Do Kwon also refuted claims that he had made any financial donations to Milojko Spajić, Montenegro’s former finance minister and current leader of the Europe Now party.

The case highlights the legal consequences faced by Kwon and his associate in Montenegro for the use of a false passport. The verdict serves as a reminder of the importance of adhering to legal protocols and verifying the authenticity of travel documents.

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