After Madrid Embassy Raid, North Korean Defector Group Vows More Action | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


After Madrid Embassy Raid, North Korean Defector Group Vows More Action

They are not widely known. And their chances at achieving their stated aim — overthrowing the North Korean government — are believed to be slim at best.

Yet the defector group that calls itself Free Joseon (Free North Korea) could be the first organization to have successfully infiltrated a North Korean diplomatic mission.

North Korean Embassy Attack Suspects Fled To U.S., Spanish Court Says
Last week, Free Joseon claimed responsibility for a Feb. 22 raid on Pyongyang's embassy in Madrid. Ten intruders armed with knives and replica pistols entered the embassy, according to Spanish authorities.

They say the Free Joseon operatives tied up North Korean diplomats and made off with computers, cellphones and other equipment — and flew to the U.S., where the group's leader shared information with the FBI. The U.S. has denied involvement in the raid.

Tags:

Comments

SHARE THIS ARTICLE WITH YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA