#1
I searched it and didn't find anything. If there's already a thread on this I'll delete this thread.
http://www.google.com/hostednews/ap/article/ALeqM5hM96sRn69bkN1XDLqb2_pkmFxqdgD9719RE80
What do you think will happen to them? I don't know much about North Korea but I know it's definitely a place you would not want to be in custody.
#2
If they're in custody, I wonder what the hell the cakey is made of.
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#3
The people seem nice enough. I mean, 99.98% of them voted for Kim Jung Il in the election.
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#4
prison conditions "were harsh and life threatening, and torture occurred. Pregnant female prisoners underwent forced abortions in some cases, and in other cases babies were killed upon birth in prisons."[27] North Korea's government is said to routinely detain, torture and imprison thousands of individuals who are either dissidents or alleged saboteurs. The report stated:

"Methods of torture and other abuse reportedly included severe beatings; electric shock; prolonged periods of exposure to the elements; humiliations such as public nakedness; confinement for up to several weeks in small "punishment cells" in which prisoners were unable to stand upright or lie down; being forced to kneel or sit immobilized for long periods; being hung by the wrists; being forced to stand up and sit down to the point of collapse; and forcing mothers recently repatriated from China to watch the infanticide of their newborn infants. Defectors continued to report that many prisoners died from torture, disease, starvation, exposure to the elements, or a combination of these causes.
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