Tajinyo receives final jail sentences
Tajinyo members, the group who questioned Tablo's Stanford University degree, received their final jail sentences today. The final trial was held in the Seoul Central District Court on July 6th, at which the verdict was given to all nine members.
Two of the nine Tajinyo members were sentenced to ten months in prison and were immediately put into custody after the verdict was given. It was revealed that those two members had a history of the same crimes and did not show any remorse or admission of their wrongdoings. Four members admitted that they didn't participate that much in the cafe and apologized for their actions. They were given eight months in prison, along with a two year probation. Two more were given ten months in prison with a two year probation while one member did not attend the trial.
The final trial was held on June 8th and Tablo's legal side was able to present 170 pieces of evidence against the group. All nine members were originally predicted to serve a total of eleven years in jail, with the highest sentence at two years and six months.
The final verdict was given today and Tablo is officially released from the long legal battle.