Report: North Korea Orders Execution of 33 Christians Working With Baptist Missionary

Kim Jong-un
North Korean despot, who recently "won" his reelection bid with an alleged 100% of the vote and 100% voter turnout, ordered the executions. (Facebook)

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North Korea tyrant Kim Jong Un has reportedly ordered that 33 Christians believed to be working alongside South Korean Baptist missionary Kim Jung-wook be put to death.

The South Korean missionary—who was arrested last year—and his accomplices have reportedly started 500 or so underground churches, Breitbart reported.

South Korean press cited by The Daily Mail reported that Mr. Kim has charged that the 33 are attempting to overthrow the government—the same accusation that led to the execution of the North Korean leader’s uncle, Jang Song-thaek, and all Mr. Jang’s relatives.

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