"Top Secret" Intel Report Claims Russia, China Continue To Help North Korea Evade Sanctions | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

"Top Secret" Intel Report Claims Russia, China Continue To Help North Korea Evade Sanctions

With US markets going into full-fledged convulsions thanks to disheartening economic data out of China, a looming government shutdown, renewed fears about a "no deal" Brexit and Dow component JNJ's worst day in 16 years, strategists can add one more disconcerting development to their list of woes. Citing a "top secret" intelligence report, NBC News said Friday that the US suspects that North Korea is still evading US sanctions by secretly transferring oil at sea.

While this isn't exactly news - the US back in September reportedly formed an international posse to crack down on these illegal oil sales - it certainly doesn't bode well for the stalled planning for a second summit between President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un. It also raises questions about North Korea's intentions as doubts persist about Pyongyang's commitment to denuclearization. Negotiations hit an impasse over the summer as Pyongyang insisted that the US commit to a gradual schedule of removal for its economic sanctions, while Washington has insisted that the North must completely denuclearize first - something few intelligence analysts expect it to do.

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Note: what do I hear in this rant?!? More demonizing, without real proof.

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