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2017년 7월 19일|How Kim Jong Un's Government Cements Control Over North Korea With Public Executions

 

BY JOSH LOWE ON 7/19/17 AT 9:53 AM

 

The North Korean regime cements control over its people by ca?rrying out public executions for crimes as trivial as stealing and distributing media from South Korea, a report has found.

 

Research by the Transitional Justice Working Group (TJWG), a nongovernmental organization based in South Korea, was based on interviews with 375 defectors from North Korea about state killings in the totalitarian state.

 

“Our interviewees stated that public executions take place near river banks, in river beds, near bridges, in public sports stadiums, in the local marketplace, on school grounds in the fringes of the city, or on mountainsides,” the report said.

 

“The major charges for such killings as reported by the interviewees included: stealing, transporting and selling copper components from factory machinery and electric cables; stealing livestock...stealing farm produce...murder and manslaughter; human trafficking...distributing South Korean media; organised prostitution; sexual assault; drug smuggling; and gang fighting,” it continued.

 

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