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A former US navy is under judicial supervision for helping North Koreans leave their country of origin. Christopher Ahn, descendant Korean risk extradition to Spain, where he incurs a sentence of twenty years in prison. This resumed justice not like the others has recently spoke in different media.
with our correspondent in Seoul, Nicolas Rocca
his life rocks in 2009, during his meeting with a certain Adrian Hong, political activist and creator of the association for freedom in North Korea and then from the Free Joseon group (Joseon Free in French), from the name of a Korean dynasty. A political association whose objective is to take power to the KIM regime. These activists, mainly networks of North Korea, are involved in the defection of many North Korean citizens.
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Christopher Ahn, the former Marines took part at the start of the nephew of Kim Jong-one, Kim Han Sol. Kim Jong-one's son no longer felt safe in Asia, after the assassination of his father Kim Jong Nam at Kuala Lumpur airport in 2017. Currently, we do not know exactly where Here is Kim Han Sol since his departure from Taipei to Amsterdam.The attack of the North Korea Embassy in Spain
but it is especially for the mysteriousin Spain that Christopher Ahn knows his judicial troubles. In February 2019, a few days before a summit between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-one, new assailants enter the building of the Spanish capital. Among them, Christopher Ahn.
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Some are equipped with dummy weapons, knives, compressed air pistol and metal bars. They ligate eight diplomats, but a North Korean employee manages to prevent the police. Men leave with the cars of the Embassy and computer equipment that some, whose sulphureux Adrien Hong will then bring back to the United States and transmit to the FBI.
Christopher Ahn assures on his side that this attack was a mounted shot that aimed to allow diplomats to defect without endangering their families remaining in North Korea.arrest warrant issued by Spain , among the participants of this attack prepared in a martial manner, two would have links with the American secret services.
Spain issued an arrest warrant, because according to international law, it was his responsibility to secure the embassy. Adrian Hong has not been caught, but he would now be sought by North Korea, Spain and the United States. But Christopher Ahn was arrested in 2019 and after three months in prison, he was released on bail with an electronic bracelet that he still wears.
The United States Department of Justice is studying extradition to Spain, where it risks 21 years in prison for participation in a criminal organization. He also claims to fear for his life if he is extradited, because Spain and North Korea have diplomatic ties and it could be the target of North Korean killers. To see if the United States wants to continue with this procedure.
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