Thursday, 7 July 2016

Ro Su Hui Released from Prison

Pyongyang, July 7 (KCNA) -- Ro Su Hui, vice-chairman of the South Headquarters of the Pan-national Alliance for Korea's Reunification (Pomminryon), was released from the Taegu Prison on July 4 after serving four years of hard prison life, according to the south Korean internet newspaper Tongil News.
    Ro visited the DPRK to take part in the memorial service for marking 100th day since demise of leader Kim Jong Il and to contribute to the cause of Korea's reunification and was arrested and walked away by the puppet group of traitors as soon as he crossed the demarcation line in Panmunjom in July 2012. The puppet group sentenced him to heavy penalties on charges of violation of the "Security Law".
    With no severe fascist pressure could the south Korean puppet regime bend his will.
    He was greeted by members of all social standings including the South Headquarters of Pomminryon, the Association for Supporting Prisoners of Conscience of the Family Movement for Realizing Democracy, the Society of April Revolution and the Solidarity for Progress. -0-

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