Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Prosecution based on North Korea report still seems unlikely

Despite a scathing report from the United Nations to justify charging North Korea’s leadership with war crimes, it probably won’t happen unless China is a lot more pro-active, according to CNN’s Jason Mik, story here
  
The Obama administration could shut off North Korea completely from the financial system. 
  
The population is said to be the most “atomized and pulverized” in world history, where three generations of family can be punished for the political “crimes” of one person. 
  
The reports are stored in Microsoft Word 97 format on the United Nations Human Rights site, in two parts, accessible here
   

The other concern will be, of course, how quickly North Korea could launch or lob nuclear missiles.   

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