A deleted petition
On June 2nd, 2018, a Korean citizen’s petition for an investigation of the gold robbery and Moon Jae-in’s involvement in it was uploaded on the Blue House Petition site. This petition was deleted immediately, and here is how I found the deleted page.
June 7th. 8:38am
I googled “청와대 청원 문현동 금도굴” which means “Blue House Petition Munhyun-dong Gold Robbery.” Then I saw the result as below.
On the first line, I found “대통령 문재인의 범죄사실 (부산 문현동 금 도굴 사건과…” which means “Criminal facts of President Moon Jae-in (Gold Robbery in Munhyun-dong, Busan….”
On the second line, it says, “Investigate Munhyun-dong gold robbery and Moon Jae-in’s involvement in it.”
On the third line, it says, “Munhyun-dong gold ingots in Busan … President Moon Jae-in and the late former President Roh Moohyun…”
I clicked the first link and found the page below.
It is written, “We apologize for the inconvenience. This is a wrong page.”
So how did I find the deleted page? Here is how.
Right next to the link in green color, you see the small triangle. Clicking the triangle will pop up a small window with a message “저장된 페이지” or “Cached” in English.
Click the small window, then you see the deleted page.
Scroll down. You can see the entire petition.
The petition was logical and detailed.
The next day, I searched the same term. Then the first link was gone.
It seems the Blue House web master asked Google to remove the cached page of the deleted petition.