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Malaysia to deport N Korean in nerve agent probe, scrap visa-free entry for N Koreans

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I was told ages ago that Tokyo is the spy capital of the world. Especially in the spy wars between North and South Korea. So, if the North Korean released in Malaysia is truly a spy ... we might see him pop up here in Tokyo somewhere some day. But ... don't count on it. If he was indeed involved in the murder of Kim Jong Nam then he is a "walking dead man." Surely the North doesn't want him around in any form ...

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If this had happened in the 'States and Trump deported the North Koreans, you lot would be up in arms!

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I predicted that man will die of lead poisoning shortly after his return to North Korea

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So, it's not that difficult for North Koreans to leave their country. That's one way to get trade secrets....of course North Korea may still be using Minox miniature cameras.....

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If this had happened in the 'States and Trump deported the North Koreans, you lot would be up in arms!

Do you mean this lot, or that lot?

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I didn't know that NK was visa free to any country. what about the international sanctions etc?

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Should have said "I predict"

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sensei258Mar. 02, 2017 - 02:45PM JST

I predicted that man will die of lead poisoning shortly after his return to North Korea"

The anti-aircraft gun firing squad seems to be the execution weapon du jour!

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When this guy gets back to NK he most likely will die from" suicide" or accidentally falling on a knife 39 times.

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If this had happened in the 'States and Trump deported the North Koreans, you lot would be up in arms!

Ah, the "you lot" argument. It's hard to argue with that.

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