segunda-feira, 15 de setembro de 2014

North Korea condemns us six years hard labour

The Supreme Court announced this Sunday the sentence against Mathew Miller for "hostile acts" against North Korea.

The charges include the fact that the young 24 years have torn the passport with the visa on entry of North Korean territory, reportedly to seek asylum in the country.

Miller was accused of "aggressive behavior" and some sources claim that it was also convicted of "Masquerade" tourist.

This is the second sentence of Justice North Korean to target a u.s. citizen, after conviction of Kenneth Bae to 15 years in prison for preaching the Christian faith.

A third American, Jeffrey Edward Fowle, is detained since April, accused of having abandoned a Bible in a Pyongyang restaurant.

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