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U.S migrant man appeals for help during Korean ordeal

January 2014, 20
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U.S migrant man appeals for help during Korean ordeal

Appeals have been publicly made the the U.S government by an American missionary, Kenneth Bae, who has been arrested and detained in North Korea due to alleged crimes against the state is pleading to the U.S authorities to secure his release. 

Kenneth originates from South Korea though he migrated to the United States of America in 1985 with his family. He has since gone on to marry and has three children and one step child in the U.S. He has built up a successful tour guide company and it was during a tour of North Korea last November that he found himself arrested for apparent anti government crimes, which Mr Bae originally profusely denied though after months of detainment and being solely at the mercy of the North Korean police, he now admits to and apologizes for.

Mr Bae called for a press conference to appeal to the U.S and was filmed under guard by Korean police. He faces 15 years of hard labour if he is not released. He said how he has not been treated badly but a North Korean Expert who works for the Defence Analyses, Kim Jong Moo said that anything the man says should not be considered as truthful and she reminds people that during his interview he was heavily guarded by armed police man and the views expressed during his speech may not be his own. 

Kenneth Bae is the longest serving U.S detainee in the country in recent years though there have been at least seven American people detained in North Korea since the year 2009, all of whom were eventually released before their sentences were completed due to prominent U.S figures such as Bill Clinton travelling to the country to appeal directly. 

The U.S government have said that Mr Bae is being held without reason and that he has committed no crimes, the officials in North Korea deny this and Kenneth Bae was made to apologize during a broadcasted speech for his anti government acts. 

Former U.S basketball star, Dennis Rodman, travelled to North Korea in the last month which again brought Mr Bae’s detainment into the eye of the media. Dennis Rodman has the ties to help secure the mans release and yet during an interview with an American news station at the time Dennis Rodman refused to assist the man and implied his arrest was his own fault. He has since apologised for this. 

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