November 30, 2013
85 year old American held in North Korea apologizes for 'war crimes'
How loony are the NoKos? They actually believe people are going to believe an apology from an elderly American veteran of the Korean War imprisoned for committing "war crimes." CNN: An 85-year-old American man detained in North Korea has apologized for his actions, including for killing troops and civilians during the Korean War, North Korea's state-run news agency reported Saturday. KCNA released a statement it claimed was from Merrill Newman -- a Palo Alto, California man who, his family says, has been held in North Korea for more than 30 days. "After I killed so many civilians and (North Korean) soldiers and destroyed strategic objects in the DPRK during the Korean War, I committed indelible offensive acts against the DPRK government and Korean people," Newman said, according to the "apology" reported by KCNA. His statement ends: "If I go back to (the) USA, I will tell the true features of the DPRK and the life the Korean people are leading." In addition to this ...(Read Full Post)