S. Korean Regime Censured for Brutal Killing of Inhabitant
The spokesman for the Central Committee of the DPRK Red Cross Society issued a statement on September 28 censuring the south Korean puppet regime for brutally killing its inhabitant when he tried to come over to the northern half of Korea by crossing the River Rimjin.
The statement said:
Having no desire to live and finding himself in despair, the inhabitant tried to come over to the northern half of Korea, longing for it, his last option.
This killing glaringly revealed the puppet group's unethical and cruel nature as it was a monstrous murder absolutely unimaginable in the light of human reason and common sense.
What is stunning is that not content with its shameless behavior to justify the crime, the group kicked off an anti-DPRK smear campaign after labeling the innocent inhabitant a "spy from the north."
This serious provocation against the DPRK goes to prove how desperately the puppet group is working to escalate the confrontation with compatriots.
The south Korean puppet group is, indeed, a group of beasts in human skin without equals.
Such outrageous human rights abusers and beast-like gangsters are now vociferating about someone's "human rights" and "ethics." This is sheer sophism reminiscent of a thief crying "stop the thief!" and a height of shamelessness.
The puppet group should apologize to all Koreans and the international community for its brutal killing of the innocent man and severely punish those killers.
The statement called on Red Cross organizations and international bodies valuing justice and conscience and fair international public opinion not to tolerate the puppet group's unethical crimes but to turn out in actions to severely condemn and mete out a stern judgment to the criminals.