North Korean defector spoke about the death of Kim Jong-Nam. Park sang-HAK, who said that he moved to South Korea in 1993, said he wanted to show ordinary North Koreans the true nature of the leader of the country.
Kim Jong-Nam was the elder half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN. Malaysian authorities claim that North Korean agents killed Kim Jong-Nam with the help of the highly toxic VX substance at the airport in Kuala Lumpur on February 13. Representatives of the South Korean intelligence say that the North Korean leader directly ordered the killing of half-brother, but Pyongyang denies this information.
"Even the South Koreans were shocked on hearing the news of the assassination of Kim Jong-Nam, said Park. "Can you imagine how to react to the North Koreans?" In North Korea, where the press is tightly controlled by the government, reports of killings, most likely, are hidden. The Park hopes that the cards, SD memory cards and USB drives will show people in North Korea, it actually looks like the outside world, including the death of Kim Jong-Nam.
The murder caused a diplomatic scandal, in which citizens of both countries are trapped in Malaysia and North Korea, respectively. The Park had previously used balloons to send brochures and other information to North Korea. Pyongyang considers a hostile act and tells its citizens that the flyers are propaganda. Earlier, North Korean government tried to kill the Park, probably partly due to his campaign for the collection of information in North Korea.
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