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South Korean media: A soldier fleeing from the DPRK is a murderer

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Two months after news of the North Korean soldier’s flight to the south of the Korean Peninsula, details of the reasons for crossing the border with the Republic of Korea appear. Initially, South Korean media claimed that "the soldier fled from the North Korean regime to the democratic south." Now it turns out that the reason for the flight is not at all the "tyranny of Pyongyang."


The South Korean edition of Tunga Ilbo reports that a soldier of the DPRK army, who was in the Republic of Korea last November, committed a serious crime in his homeland. The publication refers to individuals who said that the North Korean soldier had not even committed one, but several criminal acts on the territory of North Korea, including murder.

South Korean media: A soldier fleeing from the DPRK is a murderer


Recall that the North Korean soldier after crossing the border of the DPRK was taken to one of the South Korean hospitals with several gunshot wounds. DPRK border guards fired at him at the moment when a soldier escaped from the country.

It is noted that the soldier will be discharged before the end of this week.

Officials in Seoul have not commented on the information that the North Korean soldier is a murderer.
Photos used:
KCNA
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  1. 210ox
    210ox 23 January 2018 11: 59 New
    +5
    In what! And what, will they give him out now?
    1. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 23 January 2018 12: 09 New
      +2
      Interesting details. And before they said that this defector is almost a walking biological bomb.
      1. Shurik70
        Shurik70 23 January 2018 13: 34 New
        +3
        Quote: 210ox
        In what! And what, will they give him out now?

        What, England betrayed Berezovsky, although it was proved that he organized several murders and a connection with the mafia.
        Although, on the other hand, Berezovsky put millions into the banks of England. And the soldier is a beggar. It all depends on the reliability of evidence of his criminal activity. Well, if they make his media a hero, then the southerners will arrange for him a very accident with traces of polonium leading to the DPRK.
    2. Partyzan
      Partyzan 23 January 2018 12: 09 New
      +5
      nope - he's a democracy fighter
      1. rocket757
        rocket757 23 January 2018 14: 05 New
        +1
        It’s unlikely to give it away, but the sediment will be muddy ... although, maybe they really will be reconciled smartly and such a shot will be no longer for the southerners !!!
  2. scrap123
    scrap123 23 January 2018 12: 00 New
    0
    Hit the servant)
    1. 210ox
      210ox 23 January 2018 12: 02 New
      +3
      Well, apparently he is no longer a servant, but a criminal.
      Quote: scrap123
      Hit the servant)
  3. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 23 January 2018 12: 19 New
    +4
    If the South Korean media wrote about this against the backdrop of negotiations, the extradition option is not ruled out. What will be perceived by the DPRK as a friendly step and will only benefit.
    1. rocket757
      rocket757 23 January 2018 14: 07 New
      +2
      If the truth is a criminal, they must do the law! Everyone will benefit! If only the striped did not fit in with their dib ... desires / directions !!!
  4. taiga2018
    taiga2018 23 January 2018 12: 23 New
    +4
    as soon as relations improved slightly, he immediately became a killer ...
    1. Cxnumx
      Cxnumx 23 January 2018 12: 46 New
      +3
      Quote: taiga2018
      as soon as relations improved a little, he immediately became a killer ..

      the life of one unknown person is nothing before the interests of the state; it doesn’t matter whether he is a maniac or a righteous man. it always has been, always will be.
  5. Cetron
    Cetron 23 January 2018 15: 38 New
    +2
    Quote: taiga2018
    as soon as relations improved slightly, he immediately became a killer ...

    Yes, 99% of those who escaped from the USSR were criminals (criminals or economists) even before they escaped, they already became dissidents in the west (sounds like a “desident” - already served)