North Korea home to at least 15 slave labor camps
North Korea is a country half the size of the State of Oregon, and home to at least 15 slave labor camps comparable to Auschwitz.
Quoting the North Korea Freedom Coalition:
“According to the U.S. Committee for Human Rights in North Korea, there exists a vast network of structured institutions for punishment in North Korea, including forced-labor colonies … along the North Korea-China border.
“Prisoners are brutally treated in these institutions with testimonies from North Korean defectors describing … torture, hard labor, starvation, forced abortions, infanticide, families of up to three generations imprisoned, detention without judicial process, public executions, chemical and medical experimentation on prisoners, and gas chambers, resulting in thousands of deaths. Comparisons have been frequently made to the Nazi concentration camps.
“For what crimes?… Virtually any state-defined crime such as: being a Christian, making a negative comment about the regime, failing to have a picture of Kim Il-Sung in their house and failure to keep it clean enough, traveling to China to look for food …”Tags: forced labor colonies, north korea, slave labor camps
This entry was posted in North Korean refugee, Prison Camps by Grant Montgomery.