South Korean Police Raid Samsung Offices

South Korean police have raided Samsung's offices in Seoul, after reports that the company had attempted to influence the country's President, with gifts. A spokesman for the Seoul Central District Prosecutors' Office said that the offices were raided, but declined to provide any other information. However, it was reported that Samsung had previously offered 3 million US dollars to one of President Park Geun-hye's advisors, to pay for horse riding lessons. Samsung is yet to comment on the investigation.