Wednesday, July 03, 2013

US Citizen Kenneth Bae In DPRK Prison

US Citizen Kenneth Bae In DPRK Prison

Via CNN July 3, 2013

An American citizen currently being held in a North Korean prison, pleaded for forgiveness and help from the US Government yesterday in an exclusive video from CNN.

In a trial in Pyongyang on April 30, 2013 Pae Jun Ho aka Kenneth Bae was convicted of "hostile acts to bring down its government" and for planning religious activities against the state, according to KCNA. Bae confessed to all of his "crimes" and was given a 15-year sentence of hard labor.
"Although my health is not good, I am being patient and coping well," Bae said. "And I hope that with the help of the North Korean government and the United States, I will be released soon."

A pro North Korean group located in Tokyo, Choson Sinbo, was granted permission to make this interview video which they gave to CNN:



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4 comments:

  1. Amazing video. If he dies in that prison, there will hell to pay by the DPRK.

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  2. I think that the US has forgotten him in order to devalue him as a bargaining chip. But can they just leave him there? That is very cruel.

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  3. Have no fear folks, Ambassador Rodman will be there soon:

    "Rodman said he’s making a return trip to North Korea next month. His plan:“I’m just gonna chill, play some basketball and maybe go on vacation with Kim and his family." Plus, he's hoping to broker the release of imprisoned American citizen Kenneth Bae while there."

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  4. Our Eternal Marshal will ensure that the inferior imperialist swine shall never ever again intrude upon our divine kingdom. Watch the dogs cower in fear before our Glorious Leader!

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