Monday, October 25, 2010

Three arrested for trying to flee to North Korea

They, as others before, have been arrested under the Anticommunist Law that forbids visiting the Northern half of the country (excepted very rare permissions), effective in South Korea since the time it was a fascist dictatorship, some 20 years ago.

The names of the three dissidents, the charges against whom are built on expressions of disgust like being "fed up of South Korean society", are not known yet excepted a physician surnamed Shin.

Source: José Luis Forneo at Cuestionatelotodo[es].

Disclaimer: this news note implies no particular support for the Stalinist dynastic regime of North Korea, just a much needed mention of how both regimes mirror each other for the worst and how the iron curtain or what remains of it works in both ways.

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