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U.S. missionary crosses border into N Korea

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This wack job of a missionary, Park, yelling “I am an American citizen. I brought God’s love. God loves you and God bless you" is going to get him a cold prison cell in NK and Uncle Bill is not coming for you like the two journalists.

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Well, I hope he has planned for a long stay in NK. < :-)

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Idiot.

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Idiot.

Yes, like those two pseudo-journalists some felt obligated to pull out of their own buffoonery.

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I didn't realize it was that easy getting into North Korea. They must tighten their security.

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So has the trial date when Robert will be found guilty of espionage been set yet?

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I didn't realize it was that easy getting into North Korea.

It's getting back out that can be a real pain.

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Nutter .

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Foxie: I didn't realize it was that easy getting into North Korea. They must tighten their security.

That would ruin the black market and North Koreans would starve. That loose border is how many people survive the insanity of that country.

Anyway, with a name like Park this moonbat can probably blend in. Good luck with that letter!

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Bold move. Mr. Park will be born again in the NK.

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