Tablo's trial with "Tajinyo" moved to May due to lack of evidence
Tablo's trial with the group "Tajinyo" ended in ten minutes due to a lack a documentary evidence. On the 16th of March, Tablo's defamation case against the online group continued after they stood trial at Seoul's Central District Court.
The court ended the trial as the documents requested from overseas has not arrived yet. Both sides were then given two months to prepare before the trial ensues on May 18th. Previously, "Tajinyo" also known as "I Request the Truth From Tablo," asked Stanford University for formal evidence that Tablo was enrolled in the University along with proof of his diploma.
The court previously requested for the documents last year but the law courts in the U.S. revealed that the process could take at least six months. Both sides were supposed to meet in December of last year, but due to the delay in the documents, it was moved to March 16th.
Tablo's representatives along with the members of "Tajinyo" will once again meet in two months time at Seoul's District Courts.
Source: TV Daily