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North Korean students shot for sex abuse, report says | #students | #parents | #parenting | #parenting | #kids


If true, the report suggests that the North Korean regime may have become more serious than usual about its oft-trumpeted goal of rooting out corruption. An estimated 60 people including the officials’s families, who accompanied them into banishment, were punished in the clampdown, the report said.

“An enlarged meeting of the Central Committee’s Political Bureau on November 15 criticized criminal activity at Pyongyang Medical University, but the meeting did not reveal the particulars of what criminal activity occurred,” the story by reporter Ha Yoon Ah said.

“According to a Daily NK source in Pyongyang, the capital city is reportedly already rife with rumors following public executions and mass exiles surrounding the criminal activity,” the Seoul-based outlet that gets its news primarily by cellphone from North Korean citizens reported. 

The anonymous source said that four sons of ruling Workers’ Party Central Committee cadres in their second to fourth years at Pyongyang Medical University had “committed the ‘anti-socialist’ crime of repeatedly sexually abusing certain female students and demanding sexual favors from them. According to the source, the victims were then paid hush money.” 

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