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At the world's most heavily militarized border, a North Korean soldier in his late teens makes a daring escape into South Korea. Most of the DMZ, the Demilitarized Zone, is guarded by mine fields, tall fences with razor wire, guard posts.  

Analysts say the area where this soldier crossed, in the eastern North Korean province of Kangwon, is less fortified. According to reports citing the South Korean Defense Ministry, the soldier said he left because of widespread beatings and other abuse in his unit. Is that pervasive in the North Korean military?

The North Korean military is renowned for the harsh discipline and very, um, difficult conditions in which soldiers have to live. Especially someone of his age and his level, he would be beat simply by looking, just looking askance at an officer. There's no restraint at all.  

Tony Shaffer, who once ran human intelligence operations or the U.S. Army in that area, says the defector can give the U.S. and South Korean military intelligence on places along the DMZ, where the North Koreans routinely insert saboteurs, but there will be consequences for the soldier's family.  

You could expect a potential literal summary assassination, summary murder, of his family. That's one of the things that North Koreans always make sure that anyone who contemplates defection understands, that your family will be dealt with severely.  

The regime could target multiple generations of the soldier's family, likely his parents and grandparents. Along with other aggressive moves, like test firing anti-ship missiles off his coastline this past weekend, Kim Jong-un has also cracked down on defectors recently, tightening patrols along the Chinese border. Analysts say Kim sees any defection as a personal insult to him.  

This is embarrassing for the North Korean regime, because it completely cracks the myth about how this is supposed to be a paradise, a society in which everybody is not for want of anything. Under the dear leadership of this young grandson, of Kim Il-sung.

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[Homework]CNN 2015-06-19

At the world's most heavily militarized border,  a North Korea soldier in his 18 makes a daring escape into South Korea. Most of the DMZ, the demilitarized zone is guarded by minefield. Tall fences was razor wire, guard post.
Analysts say the area where the soldier crossed in the eastern North Korea province of K is left for the fight. According to a report, citing the South Korea defense ministry , the soldier said because of a wide-spread beating and other rebuke in his unity.
-Is that pervaded in the North Korea military?
-The North Korea military is renown for the harsh discipline and very difficult conditions which soldiers have to live, especially someone, his age has labeled. He would be beat simply by looking, just looking at a scar at an officer there is no restraint at all.
Tony Sper who once ran an human intelligence operation, but the US army in that area says the defector can the US and South Korea military intelligence on places along the DMZ, where the North Korea's routinely in search of saboteurs, but there would be consequences for the soldier's family.
-You could expect the potential, literal, somebody is fascination, somebody murdered his family. That is one of things that North Korea always makes sure that anyone who contemplate the faction understand that your family will be guilt severely  
The regime could target motibal generations of the soldier's family, likely his parent and grandparent. Along with other regressive moves like test firing anti-ship missiles office coastline this past weekend. K has also cracked down on defectors recently, .. patrols along the Chinese border. Analysts say K sees any defections as a personal insult to him.
This is embarrassing for the North Korea regime because it completely cracks the myth of how this is supposed to be a paradise, a society in which everybody is not want to do anything under the daring leadership of this young grandson of K.
                                                   
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[Homework]CNN 2015-06-19

At the world's most heavily militarized border, a North Korean soldier in his late teens makes a daring escape into South Korea. Most of the DMZ—the Demilitarized Zone, is guarded by minefield, tall fences with razor wire, guard post. Analysts say the area where this soldier crossed, in the eastern North Korea province of Kangwon, is less fortified. According to reports citing the South Korean Defense Ministry, the soldier said he left because of widespread beating and other abuse in his unit. It that pervasive in the North Korean military?
The NK military is renowned for the harsh discipline and very difficult conditions in which soldiers have to live, especially someone at his age and his level. He would be beaten simply looking, just looking askance (with an attitude or look of suspicion or disapproval) at an officer. There is no restraint at all.
Tony Shaffer, who once ran human intelligence operations for the US Army in that area, says the defector can give the US and SK military intelligence on places along the DMZ, where the North Koreans routinely in insert saboteurs (a person who engages in sabotage). But there will be consequences for the soldier's family.
You could expect the potential literal summary assassination, summary murder, of his family. That's one of the things North Korean always makes sure that anyone who contemplates defection understands that your family will be dealt with severely.
The regime could target multiple generations of the soldier's family, likely his parents and grandparents. Along with other aggressive moves, like test firing anti-ship missiles off his coastline this past weekend, Kim Jong-un has also cracked down on defectors recently, tightening patrols along the Chinese border. Analysts say Kim sees any defection as a personal insult to him.
This is embarrassing for the North Korean regime, because it completely cracks the myth how this is supposed to be a paradise, a society in which every is in want of anything under the dear leadership of his young grandson of Kim II-sung.

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At the world's most heavily militarized border, a North Korean soldier in his late teens makes a daring escape into South Korea. Most of the DMZ, the Demilitarized Zone, is guarded by mine fields, tall fences with razor wire, guard posts.  

Analysts say the area where this soldier crossed, in the eastern North Korean province of Kangwon, is less fortified. According to reports citing the South Korean Defense Ministry, the soldier said he left because of widespread beatings and other abuse in his unit.  

Is that pervasive in the North Korean military?

The North Korean military is renowned for the harsh discipline and very, um, difficult conditions in which soldiers have to live. Especially someone of his age and his level, he would be beat simply by looking -- just looking askance at an officer. There's no restraint at all.  

Tony Shaffer, who once ran human intelligence operations or the U.S. Army in that area, says the defector can give the U.S. and South Korean military intelligence on places along the DMZ, where the North Koreans routinely insert saboteurs, but there will be consequences for the soldier's family.  

You could expect a potential literal summary assassination, summary murder, of his family. That's one of the things that North Koreans always make sure that anyone who contemplates defection understands, that your family will be dealt with severely.  

The regime could target multiple generations of the soldier's family, likely his parents and grandparents. Along with other aggressive moves, like test firing anti-ship missiles off his coastline this past weekend, Kim Jong-un has also cracked down on defectors recently, tightening patrols along the Chinese border. Analysts say Kim sees any defection as a personal insult to him.  

This is embarrassing for the North Korean regime, because it completely cracks the myth about how this is supposed to be a paradise, a society in which everybody is not for want of anything. Under the dear leadership of this young grandson, of Kim Il-sung.
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