North Korean authorities obtained a video of a woman dancing happily inside a house. The problem was her gesture, which appeared to point to a portrait of Kim Il Sung, the first supreme leader of the country. Women deemed disrespectful are dragged out in front of the residents and publicly executed. She was a pregnant woman, six months pregnant. ……
The “Human Rights Report” released by the Korean Ministry of Unification on March 30 lists 1,600 shocking cases. The 450-page report is based on the testimonies of 508 North Korean defectors. The content of the report is about human rights violations in North Korea.
The “Human Rights Report” has been published annually since 2006, but this is the first time it has been made public. The report has been published annually since 2006, but this is the first time it has been made public. However, current President Yun Suk-yeol, who has been putting more pressure on North Korea, has decided to make the information public because he considers human rights violations to be a problem.
Unannounced investigations of smartphones on the street
As mentioned above, the report presents only horrifying details. The following is a list of major cases.
A man in Yanggang-do, northern Korea, was found to have a USB in his possession that contained videos of “Crash Landing on You” and other Korean dramas. He was publicly shot for spreading anti-riot ideology.
Six boys aged 16-17 were sentenced to death in Wonsan, eastern Taiwan, for watching Korean videos and using opium. They were immediately shot to death.
In a number of cases, authorities conducted unannounced searches of private homes. If they check their smartphones on the street and find foreign information, they are sent to a political prison camp where they are forced to work. Insulting the portraits of Kim Jong-Un’s grandfather, Kim Il Sung, or father, Kim Jong-il, is also punishable.
In the firing squad, violators will be tied to a post and shot a total of nine times, three times each in the head, chest, and legs.” About 1,000 residents are said to be mobilized for the public executions to make an example. The 109th United Command is in charge of policing the execution, and they are always on the lookout to make sure that the residents are not exposed to a hostile foreign culture.
Some North Korean defectors testified that human experimentation is being carried out in the compound, which is called “No. 83. At a facility called “No. 83,” it is said that mentally handicapped and mentally ill people are given drugs and other medications. Sexual assaults on women, rape, and forced abortions are said to be a daily occurrence in schools and in the military. At the border with China, if you do not stop after three warnings, you are considered a North Korean defector and shot dead without question,” said a reporter from the international section of a national newspaper.
In North Korea, the number of penalties under which residents can be executed increased from seven in 2012 to 11 in 2010. In North Korea, the number of penalties under which residents can be executed increased from seven in 2012 to 11 in 2010.