Sunday, 21 August 2016

Park Geun Hye Group Accused of Floating Story of Letting North's Abductees Settle in S. Korea

    Pyongyang, August 21 (KCNA) -- The Park Geun Hye group of traitors in south Korea which had kept the women abductees of the DPRK in custody for over four months despite the strong denunciation and demand for their repatriation at home and abroad recently made public that they let those girls "be free and settle in society".
    Timed to coincide with this, the puppet authorities and the ultra-right conservative forces are blustering that "there is no ground left for the north to claim that the women employees are in custody."
    The Emergency Measure Committee for Rescue of Forcible Abductees of the DPRK in a statement released on Sunday says:
    This is another mean burlesque staged by the puppet group to cover up forever the truth behind the group abduction committed by it and divert the social censure for its detention of those employees and calm down the strong voices of the public at home and abroad demanding it let them meet with their families and their repatriation.
    The puppet group prevents them from being opened to public and keeps them from contacting media. This proves that its statement is a sheer lie.
    The puppet group does not let those women make public appearance to freely express their will. It is not because of their "personal safety" but because it is afraid of its unheard-of group abduction and unethical crimes from being brought to light.
    Aware that with neither appeasement nor threat can it shake the determination and will of those girls to go back to the fold of the homeland, the group is seeking to keep them in custody in a solitary place and ruin them.
    In the light of the barbarous and cruel nature of the Park group there could be some women who had been mercilessly murdered.
    We will never pardon the group abduction and crimes against humanity committed by the Park group but will fight it out till those women are rescued and brought back to the fold of the DPRK. -

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