UPDATE 3-S.Korea indicts Samsung exec over vote funding


(Recasts with indictment) By Jack Kim and Jean Yoon SEOUL, May 21 (Reuters) - Prosecutors indicted a vice chairman at Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Friday as they ended a seven-month probe into illegal election funding by some of South Korea's top conglomerates. They alleged Lee Hak-soo took 34 billion won ($29 million) from Samsung Electronics Chairman Lee Kun-hee's personal funds and gave it to the opposition Grand National Party during the 2002 campaign that brought President Roh ...

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