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North Korea- Access to Evil pt 2 of 3
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Hundreds of thousands of people are imprisoned without charge. It's not because they have committed a crime. It is because their relatives are believed to be critical of the regime and so they are punished. According to President Kim Jong Il, the bad blood and seed of any dissident must be rooted out down to three generations. Forced labour and starvation rations ensure that prisoners do not escape. Those who try to are publicly executed. But this is not the North Korea the government wants the world to see. The authorities go to great lengths to equip all foreign intruders with "minders" and monitor their every move.

The This World team were scrupulously guarded. The answers could only be found outside North Korea itself. Reporter, Olenka Frenkiel, hears testimonies from victims of the secret camps who have since fled to South Korea or the United States. And most shocking of all, sh

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Added: Nov-18-2007 
By: Dat1111
Tags: North korea, Access to evil, nuclear nightmare, asia, Kim jong il, crimes against humanity, human experimentation, wmds, pyongyang, war, global threat, gas chambers, famine, starvation, gulags, fascist, socialist, police state, communism
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