S. Korea pays paparazzi vigilantes to bust crime

ReutersNewsPublished: October 5, 2016
Published: October 5, 2016

A new law in South Korea gives cash rewards to citizen vigilantes that spot evidence of corruption. As Ryan Brooks reports it’s spawning a cottage industry of classrooms training an army of aspiring paparazzi chasing after shady officials.

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