Reports: 'Executed' North Korean Special Envoy is Still Alive, 2nd Official 'Sent to Labor Camp' Pictured At MusicalChris Menahan
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North Korean special envoy to the US, Kim Hyok Chol, was not "executed" as the media widely claimed and North Korea's top nuclear negotiator, Kim Yong Chol, who the media widely reported was sent to a labor camp, was pictured attending a musical with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
Never believe atrocity propaganda without hard evidence.
Here's a picture of Kim Yong Chol from a meeting with Mike Pompeo:
While the initial story got tons of coverage, the follow-up seems to be getting very little.
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