Thursday, October 25, 2012

Could you have lived in this conditions?

You probably have heard of North Korean political prisoner camps. In North Korea there are as many labor camp prisons as political prisoner camps, and each number up to 70. Labor camps confine sentenced convicts, and force compulsory labor. It is managed by the Ministry of People's Security. The human rights violations carried out in the labor camps are worse than normal prison camps. Each labor camps confine 30~50 prisoners in 33. They force abortion on pregnant women, and the guards rape the female prisoners. The environment is extremely unsanitary without proper medical facilities. So patients with tuberculosis and other contagious and deadly disease are left untreated. It'd be better to die than to live under these conditions. There is no human rights in North Korea.

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