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150,000 Witness North Korea Execution of Factory Boss Whose Crime Was Making International Phone Calls

World  (tags: abuse, crime, HumanRights, violence, executions, N Korea )

- 4224 days ago -
SEOUL, South Korea -- A North Korean factory chief accused of making international phone calls was executed by a firing squad in a stadium before 150,000 spectators, a South Korean aid group reported.


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Sammadhi Sativa (9)
Friday November 30, 2007, 9:45 pm
Who installs 13 phones in a factory basement and then uses them covertly if he were not breaking some big law in North Korea? I have an idea he was doing more than calling for pizza!

Instead of pointing fingers at North Korea for human rights violation, how about considering the fact the USA sends federal agents into homes to murder US citizens for the possession of marijuana! Don't think so? What do you think will happen to you when you hear someone crash through your front door at 2:00 am and you reach for your gun to defend yourself only to be shot to death by cops who kicked in the wrong door? Let's clean up our own political mafia before we point fingers at other countries!

Nikolas K (94)
Saturday December 1, 2007, 3:56 am
Yes I agree Americans should be the last to point the finger as their track record by public officials which started in earnest with the disposal of Kennedy when he took the power of the Federal reserve away from them to the more recent atrocities in Iraq and Gautanamo bay

Nikolas K (94)
Saturday December 1, 2007, 3:57 am
America makes North Korea look like a Kindergarten playground
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