The Asia News
Public executions, forced abortions and death by starvation, are common abuses of human rights in North Korea. This was revealed by South Korea's National Human Rights Commission following data collection and interviews with around 150 North Korean exiles who escaped to the south. The report was drawn up by a group from Dongguk University, led by Prof. Koh Yu-hwan. [...] The report presents a grim picture. At least 75 of those interviewed said they had witnessed public executions. Death sentences are handed down for crimes ranging from theft of a cow to the sale of pornographic material.
Why aren't we liberating the North Koreans from their brutal dictator? Oh, that's right... They have no oil