Where Is Kim Jong-un? How Experts Track North Korea’s Leader | NYT News


Rumors are swirling about Kim Jong-un’s location and health. These North Korea experts showed us how they collect information about his secretive regime.

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  1. Hi all, I am one of the reporters who worked on this video.

    With so many rumors circulating about Kim Jong-un, we didn't want to add more speculation. Instead, we wanted to explore what North Korea experts and observers are doing to keep track of developments in this secretive country.

    Direct access for independent observers such as journalists is highly restricted in North Korea. So what can be done? First, there are satellite images to track motorcades, trains, planes, or ships. This technology also allows us to look at activity at the residences of Kim Jong-un.

    Further, experts also look at state broadcasts for new visuals of Kim Jong-un, and keep an eye on unusual flight or military activities.

    None of these tools provide a magic bullet to figure out exactly what's going on in real time. As one of the experts told me, it's important to rely on multiple sources and to not jump to conclusions.

    If you are interested to see more about how we and others use new technologies and traditional reporting to conduct investigations of closed countries such as North Korea, check out these stories:

  2. When Jong Un dies he will go to heaven. When the Slimes and other Western terrorists die the gods will torture us in the great hades.

  3. The policy forum, “Organ Procurement and Extrajudicial Killing in China,” was held in the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center on March 10, 2020, and was presented by The Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation headquartered in Washington DC.

    Matthew P. Robertson, China Studies Research Fellow with the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation, presented his latest research report, “Organ Procurement and Extrajudicial Execution in China: A Review of the Evidence” during the forum.

    The report is a compilation of relevant data from more than 300 hospitals in China, internal speeches and notifications from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), and clinical medical papers. It examines the Chinese authorities’ blood and medical tests of Falun Gong practitioners and Uighurs held in custody.

    The report concludes that extrajudicial organ sourcing from Falun Gong practitioners and other prisoners of conscience is the most plausible and parsimonious explanation for the large number of organ transplants in China.

    Congressman Chris Smith condemned the CCP for its forced organ harvesting from prisoners of conscience during a forum held in Washington DC on March 10, 2020.

    Congressman Chris Smith, George Washington University law professor Donald Clark, and others also attended the forum. They called on the United States and other governments, medical institutions, and human rights organizations, to launch comprehensive investigations and actions to end the crime of forced organ harvesting in China.

    Congressman Smith said that Robertson's report was based on careful investigation, was informative, and provided a fulcrum for the issue of forced organ harvesting in China.

    He said the CCP's appalling Nazi-style behavior is mainstream in China. Dissidents and those that the Party does not like, such as Falun Gong practitioners and Uighurs, are the victims.

    Nadine Maenza, Deputy Chairman of the US International Committee on Religious Freedom, said that since 2007, the committee has mentioned China's organ harvesting in its annual report every year. She pointed out that Robertson's report provides new evidence of the CCP’s violation of freedom of belief.

    Ms. Maenza said that we knew for decades that the CCP regime took organs from Falun Gong practitioners and prisoners of conscience. She called on the U.S. government to investigate all allegations completely and thoroughly. In the 21st century, forced organ harvesting should not exist.

    As early as June 2019, the China Tribunal, established by the International Coalition to End Transplant Abuse in China (ETAC), issued the verdict, “Forced organ harvesting has been committed for years throughout China on a significant scale and that Falun Gong practitioners have been one – and probably the main – source of organ supply.”

  4. He's currently at korean Chuck E Cheese eating 10 pizzas while clapping his hands shouting "that's velly velly delicious". Also…..he had Chuck E Cheese executed after that mouse had the nerve to tell him that he was too old to be there

  5. Kim has a best friend living in Washington D.C, maybe he has insight into his whereabouts,for all you know he may be vacationing at the White House, he may also be the one advising that Americans could use disinfectant as a cure for Covid.

  6. COSTA DEL KIM Kim Jong-un hiding out in beach villa after his cronies caught coronavirus, reports claim as health rumours rage


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