North Korea threatens to kill former South Korean leader
North Korea has threatened to impose the death penalty on the South’s former president Park Geun-hye over an alleged plot to assassinate its leader, Kim Jong-un.Insult laden threats are the mark of the kooks in charge of North Korea. Since he already wants to commit genocide against all who oppose him in South Korea, he is just adding a few specifics to this murderous threats.
Park had “pushed forward” a supposed plan by Seoul’s intelligence services to eliminate the North’s leadership, Pyongyang’s security ministries and prosecutors said in a joint statement carried by its official Korean Central News Agency.
“We declare at home and abroad that we will impose the death penalty on traitor Park Geun-hye,” it said.
The former director of South Korea’s National Intelligence Service (NIS) Lee Byung-ho would meet a similar fate, it added, along with “their groups”.
They “can never make any appeal even though they meet a miserable dog’s death any time, at any place and by whatever methods from this moment”.
The declaration comes after the killing of Kim’s estranged half-brother Kim Jong-nam by two women using the banned nerve agent VX at Kuala Lumpur international airport in February. Both Malaysia and South Korea have blamed the North for the assassination, which retorts that the accusations are an attempt to smear it.
Last month Pyongyang’s powerful ministry of state security said it had foiled a plot by the US and South Korean spy agencies to kill Kim using a biochemical weapon.