calendar>>September 28. 2015 Juche 104
Rodong Sinmun Denounces S. Korean Authorities' Human Rights Abuses against DPRK Citizen
Pyongyang, September 28 (KCNA) -- DPRK citizen Kim Ryon Hui, who had gone abroad to visit relatives some years ago, was lured by a flesh trafficker to be taken to south Korea.

She asked the south to send her back, explaining she came to the south against her will but her desire has not yet come true.

With the only idea of going back home, she attempted to smuggle herself into a foreign country and even staged a hunger strike. She served 9 months in jail on charges of committing a crime.

Rodong Sinmun Monday says in a commentary in this regard:

This being a hard reality, the south Korean authorities let loose a spate of groundless assertion that this was "her will" and persistently prevented her from going back home.

This incident goes to prove the despicable human rights abuses of the south Korean authorities which make no scruple of kidnapping and flesh trafficking in a bid to escalate the confrontation with compatriots and which mercilessly violate even the rights of human being to live in harmony together with families.

It is disgusting to see those, who are unaware of where to draw the line, talking about the "human rights" of someone.

No one would want to live in south Korea, a veritable hell and barren land of human rights.

The south Korean authorities should look back upon the human rights crimes they committed against the DPRK citizen and send her back to the DPRK where her kinsfolk are waiting, not resorting to the anti-DPRK provocation while talking about the "human rights in the north".

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