However the 'international community' sees what has really been going on inside NK. Think of both Cambodia and Rwanda and NK being much worse than those two places combined. In NK they arrest people for decades old "political crimes." But they don't arrest the perpetrator of the old crime, they arrest his family and throw them in jail long after the 'crime' has been committed. The perpetrator walks free. This is how they do it.
And they like to shoot for three generations of the family in many cases. A "camp" the size of Washington DC just to house its own people and use labor, hunger, experimentation and disease to punish citizens for things asimple as whispering something that might not go along with the "Great Leaders" view of the world. I still have in my possession an article from USA Today from about 10 years ago that was the most detailed thing I had read outside of the military that talked about just how bad it was there and about the camp I mentioned and yet you still never hear anything ( or very little) about it.
If I recall there is a story about one of KJI private guards being sent to prison for putting a cigarette out in the ashtray in on of his bosses elevators. I guess it was an important elevator.
"You lie!" The Prophet Joe Wilson