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Kim Jong-Un Fed His Uncle Alive To 120 Hungry Dogs: Report

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's powerful uncle was stripped naked, thrown into a cage, and eaten alive by a pack of ravenous dogs, according to a newspaper with close ties to China's ruling Communist Party.

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After Killing The Uncle Of Kim Jong-Un, North Korea Executes All His Direct Relatives

After The Execution Of Kim Jong-Un's Uncle, North Korea Kills His Direct Relatives

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The direct relatives of Jang Song Thaek, Kim Jong-un's recently executed uncle, have all been put to death upon the orders of the North Korean leader, it was reported yesterday

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Among those allegedly executed were Jon Yong-jin, Jang's brother-in-law and the country's ambassador to Cuba, and Jang Yong-chol, Jang's nephew and ambassador to Malaysia, the anonymous sources said. The nephew's two sons were also killed, according to the report.

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The executed ambassadors were allegedly recalled to Pyongyang, North Korea's capital in early December and executed.

It was unclear exactly when they were killed, but it is believed it was soon after death after Song-thaek's execution on Dec 12.

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"Extensive executions have been carried out for relatives of Jang Song-thaek," one source told the agency.
"All relatives of Jang have been put to death, including even children." "Some relatives were shot to death by pistol in front of other people if they resisted while being dragged out of their apartment homes," a source told Yonhap.

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However, some relatives by marriage, including the former Malaysian ambassador's wife, were spared and sent to remote villages along with their maiden families, according to sources.

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The killings were reported to have taken place after Jang's own execution on December 12 and "mean that no traces of him should be left", a source told Yonhap.

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According to a report in pro-China paper Wen Wei Po, North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un‘s uncle was stripped naked, locked in a cage and then eaten alive by a pack of 120 hungry dogs

This report has yet to be confirmed, but is being published by NBC News among other credible sources.

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Jang Song Thaek, long considered KJU’s second-in-command, was executed last month after his crazy nephew became suspicious that he was trying to undermine his authority.

How Jang was put to death, however, was not specified when the news first broke on December 12.

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Hong Kong-based newspaper Wen Wei Po has reported that Jang, along with his five closest aides, were killed by 120 hounds that had not eaten in five days.

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un (R), accompanied by his uncle Jang Song Thaek (L)

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Kim, his brother Kim Jong-Chol and 300 other officials oversaw the entire process, which took about one hour. The newspaper is quoted as saying that Jang and the aides were “completely eaten up.”

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First, Kim Jong Un ordered the execution his uncle Jang. Now he is erasing uncle Jang from photographs.

After having his uncle — and longtime regime insider — Jang Song Thaek executed earlier this month, Kim Jong Un’s totalitarian state has set about purging any historical trace of the “traitor” Jang.

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South Korea released stills from a film re-broadcast in the north on Friday where Jang Song-thaek (seen left) has been edited out.

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In the 21st century, Stalinist airbrushing may be one of the more futile, anachronistic measures in a despot’s toolkit. But Kim’s North Korea is a land apart and thousands of government documents and photographs have been removed from the Internet, presumably so that references to Jang can be erased.

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SAYS presents three instances of North Korea's airbrush magic at work below....

On Saturday, N Korea's state TV repeated a documentary on Kim Jong Un's military inspection trips. Although uncle Jang appeared throughout the version that aired on Oct. 28, images of him had vanished from the new version.

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In one scene in the original version, uncle Jang can be seen walking behind Kim Jong Un as the leader speaks with a soldier. But Jang cannot be seen in Saturday's version, which has the same title and narration.

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Elsewhere in the older version, he is seen clapping his hands from a distance as a uniformed officer speaks to Kim. But the new version only shows what appear to be parts of Jang's right arm, chest and abdomen.

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The story about uncle Jang's execution continues below...

The uncle of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has been dragged from a military court and executed for being a 'traitor

Jang Song Thaek, 67, who had been considered the second most powerful official in the country, and a mentor to his nephew, was killed immediately after a military trial.
It is believed he was executed in the customary North Korean way by firing squad.

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Jang Song Thaek, with his hands tied with a rope, is dragged into a court

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In a statement Pyongyang called him a 'traitor to the nation for all ages,' 'worse than a dog' and 'despicable human scum' who planned a military coup.

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Jang Song-thaek, previously one of the country's most powerful men, was accused of everything from plotting to overthrow the state to instigating disastrous currency reforms and dishing out pornography in the report from official news agency KCNA.

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The tribunal in the capital Pyongyang which apparently ordered Jang Song Thaek's death

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Earlier this week he was expelled from the Workers’ Party of Korea and stripped of all his posts

North Korea announced earlier this week that Jang, thought to be in his late 60s, had been stripped of all posts and expelled from the Workers' party for offences including factionalism, corruption and dissolute behaviour.

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Jang Song Thaek (centre) being arrested during an enlarged meeting of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers' Party in Pyongyang, North Korea, on December 8

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But many had thought his marriage to the youthful leader's aunt – the sister of late leader Kim Jong-il – was likely to save his life.

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The state-controlled Korean Central News Agency released a 2,700-word statement in English today.
'From long ago, Jang had a dirty political ambition,' the statement said. 'He dared not raise his head when Kim Il Sung and Kim Jong Il were alive.

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This undated picture, released by Korean Central News Agency on Jan. 18, 2009 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Il (center) posing with Jang Song Thaek (third from right), department director of the Workers' Party of Korea Central Committee and other members.

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'He began revealing his true colors, thinking that it was just the time for him to realize his wild ambition in the period of historic turn when the generation of the revolution was replaced.'

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The statement added: 'Every sentence of the decision served as sledge-hammer blow brought down by our angry service personnel and people on the head of Jang, an anti-party, counter-revolutionary factional element and despicable political careerist and trickster.
'The accused is a traitor to the nation for all ages who perpetrated anti-party, counter-revolutionary factional acts in a bid to overthrow the leadership of our party and state and the socialist system.

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Other offences cited in the lengthy, bombastic and at times downright bizarre report from KCNA included halfhearted "applause" as Kim rose to power

Along with the halfhearted applause as Kim rose to power, other offence was Jang's "reckless" instruction to security forces to erect a granite block with Kim's signature in a shaded corner rather than in front of their headquarters.

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Brian Myers, an expert on ideology at Dongseo University in Busan, noted that the denigration of Jang held potential perils for the leadership. It raised questions about his ability to cause so much damage for so long and sat uneasily with North Korea's use of collective punishment.

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The state run official news agency KCNA called him a ‘traitor to the nation for all ages’ and ‘worse than a dog’

'The accused is a traitor to the nation for all ages who perpetrated anti-party, counter-revolutionary factional acts in a bid to overthrow the leadership of our party and state and the socialist system.

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Kim Jong Un (front centre) is followed by Jang Song Thaek (left) in December 2011 as he salutes beside the hearse carrying the body of his late father Kim Jong Il during a funeral procession in Pyongyang

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'Despicable human scum Jang, who was worse than a dog, perpetrated thrice-cursed acts of treachery in betrayal of such profound trust and warmest paternal love shown by the party and the leader for him.'

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It added: 'He let the decadent capitalist lifestyle find its way to our society by distributing all sorts of pornographic pictures among his confidants since 2009. He led a dissolute, depraved life, squandering money wherever he went.

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Nowhere to be seen: Earlier this week it emerged that Jang's face had been airbrushed out of a North Korean TV documentary about Kim Jong-Un.

The original clips are pictured top, and the new versions are seen bottom.

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