Saturday, August 8, 2009
Clinton urged Dear Leader to release South Korean and Japanese abductees
If you've been watching the Ling-Ling Pander Exhibit, you might be forgiven for thinking that ever since former President Bill Clinton successfully gained the release of Current TV workers Euna Lee and Laura Ling, there are no more people being unjustly held in North Korea and all is good in the world.
But as Monster Island denizens all know, there is still the issue of the dozens (?) of Japanese abductees and hundreds of South Korean abductees. And that is not something that Clinton has forgotten, as he took the opportunity during his recent visit to Pyongyang to urge the DPRK to release citizens of South Korea and Japan who were being held their against their will.