韓国を拠点とするグループ暫定正義ワーキンググループ (TJWG) インタビュー 638 以来の脱北者 2015 実行サイトと数をより適切にマッピングするために.
The group’s 報告する lists a variety of reported offenses punishable by death, including seven instances of “watching or distributing South Korean videos,” including videos of popular music from South Korea, known as K-pop. The group notes at least one reported example of a man executed for illegally selling CDs and USBs containing South Korean movies, dramas and music videos.
Six of the alleged cases occurred between 2012 そして 2014. The report claims that “the families of those being executed were often forced to watch the execution.”
Some cases involved neighborhood group leaders receiving the announcement of an execution ahead of time so they could bring their groups to watch the events. A woman who led one such group said she brought roughly 20 women to watch an execution in 2013.
A graphic description of one such execution included the detail that “people were made to stand in line and look at the executed person in the face as a warning message.”
At least one other death resulted from “alleged relations to South Korea,” defined as “brokering escapees from North Korea,” as well as one case of illegal border crossing.