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>> Less than two weeks after she was officially kicked out of power, South Korea's fallen President is facing questions as a criminal suspect for the first time. After months of refusing to cooperate with prosecutors, Park Geun-hye left her private home in Seoul on Tuesday morning headed for a grilling.
She's lost all presidential immunity and faces a possible ten years or more in jail for her role in the corruption scandal that's already cost her the presidency. On the steps of the prosecutor's office, she spoke to the country for the first time since being officially impeached.>> I am sorry to the people.
I will faithfully cooperate with questioning.>> Parks been accused of colluding with her friend, Choi Soon-sil, to squeeze big business for hefty donations, funneled into groups set up to back her policies. That includes millions in bribes allegedly handed over by Samsung boss Jay Y Lee, who is in a prison cell right now.
Park has denied wrongdoing and has not yet been charged. Prosecution officials say questioning could stretch well into the night.