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Forced Labor Camps in China and North Korea
Transcript of Forced Labor Camps in China and North Korea
World Leaders Involved
Kim Jong Un
How to Get There
Association with Illegal Drugs
Member of Underground Churches
North Korea's "Gulag"
At least 16 camps
3,000-50,000 prisoners per camp
25,000 people have escaped
Why Do They Exist?
Attempts to Abolish or Alter
U.N. Commission of Inquiry on Human Rights
China "Abolishes" Labor Camps
What Are the Results?
North Korea is guilty of
Crimes against Humanity
China Labor Camps
300+ Labor Camps
Projection For the Future
North Korean officials will be put on trial for crimes against humanity
China will officially abolish all forms of prison that commit crimes against humanity
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