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Moon Geun-young (Korean: 문근영; Hanja: 文瑾瑩; born May 6, 1987) is a South Korean actress. Affectionately called the "Nation's Little Sister," Moon began modeling at the age of 10, then made her acting debut in 1999 as a child actress. She first rose to stardom through her role as the young Eun-suh in the hugely popular television drama series Autumn in My Heart (2000), followed by a well-received turn in Kim Jee-woon's critically acclaimed horror film A Tale of Two Sisters (2003). Moon solidified her star status by headlining the box-office hits My Little Bride (2004) and Innocent Steps (2005). At age 21, she became the youngest recipient of a Grand Prize ("Daesang") which she won at SBS Drama Awards for the television series Painter of the Wind (2008).[4]

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In 2005, Moon starred in Innocent Steps where she played the role of an ethnic Korean living in China, who finds herself to be a complete fish out of water after moving to South Korea.[15] Innocent Steps was a hit, and its success along with My Little Bride established Moon as a genuine box office draw.[16] That year, Moon ranked first among actresses in the Korean film industry as the most bankable star.[17] Moon and actor Cho Seung-woo also received the 2005 Good Model award from the Korea Advertisers Association; 200 members voted for the winners based on how much they contributed to boosting the sales of products and enhancing the image of advertisers.[18]

In 2008, Moon returned to television in the period epic Painter of the Wind, where she played the lead role of Shin Yun-bok, a painter who disguises herself as a man and becomes mentored by the master Kim Hong-do (played by Park Shin-yang).[21] Shin was a real-life historical figure, a painter who lived during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) and was known for his realistic and delicate depictions of daily life.[22] Moon received acting acclaim for her performance, including Best Actress at the 2008 Grimae Awards (presented by the Korean Broadcasting Directors Association), Best TV Actress at the 45th Baeksang Arts Awards, and the Daesang ("Grand Prize") at the 2008 SBS Drama Awards, making her the youngest recipient of a Daesang in the drama awards history of all three networks.[23]In 2010, Moon starred in Cinderella's Sister, a modern fairy tale retelling of the contentious relationship between two stepsisters (opposite Seo Woo).[24][25] Later in the year, she starred in the romantic comedy Mary Stayed Out All Night alongside Jang Keun-suk.[26][27] 2010 also marked the year she made her theater debut, in the Korean staging of Patrick Marber's play Closer.[28] She caused a stir as the strip dancing, promiscuous Alice, opposite Um Ki-joon's Dan.[29][30]

It should be noted however, that even where the essential conditions of judicial independence exist, and are reasonably seen to exist, judicial independence itself is not necessarily ensured. The critical question is whether the court is free, and reasonably seen to be free, to perform its adjudicative role without interference, including interference from the executive and legislative branches of government (British Columbia v. Imperial Tobacco Canada Ltd., [2005] 2 S.C.R. 473 at paragraph 47; Re section 83.28 of the Criminal Code, supra).

If the accused need only rebut the presumed fact by adducing or pointing to evidence which, if accepted, would be capable of raising a reasonable doubt the provision will be more easily justified under section 1. This is because it is unlikely that an innocent person will be unable to point to or present some evidence which raises a reasonable doubt as to his guilt. It is more difficult to satisfy the section 1 test where a persuasive burden is imposed on the accused to rebut the presumed fact by proof on a balance of probabilities (Downey, supra; R. v. Laba, [1994] 3 S.C.R. 965).

The Detainee Treatment Act ("the DTA"), enacted in December 2005, attempted to close ambiguities in the extraterritorial application of the Convention by declaring that all individuals acting on behalf of the United States Government are categorically prohibited from engaging in or authorizing torture or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment of detainees in U.S. custody regardless of the location of their detention, i.e., regardless of whether or not they are being held on U.S. territory.[5] Yet it remains to be seen whether the U.S. government will implement the DTA in a way that brings it into compliance with the Convention.

[1] U.S. Department of State, Second Periodic Report to the Committee against Torture, U.N. Doc. CAT/C/48/Add.4 (June 2005) ("U.S. Report"), Sec. I, para. 4 (all references to the Annex to the U.S. Report herein are to the updated Annex dated October 2005).


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