Please also tell me what is the difference in this case?
No such thing as a good tax - Churchill
To make mistakes is human. To blame someone else for your mistake, is strategic.
Besides...why miss an opportunity to make fun of Cartman Kim and bash the Nork regime....
The funny thing here is displaying indignation at the bashing.
In that case then gentlemen, have fun.
I was wondering if this event has anything to do with China publicly opposes NK's nuclear testing plan last few weeks? And again, if anybody has any in depth information to share about what was and is going on on maritime border between China and NK then it would be much appreciated.
According to another forum citing 'AFP' on twitter, there is a possibility that at least some of the hijackers are Chinese rather than North Korean.
One of the captured fishermen has supposedly confirmed it according to this source.
Could there be a possibility of non-state NK actors backed by weapons smuggled through China?
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For me the critical piece of information that is missing is the identity of the the hijackers/ransomers. Its hard to know what to think of this until we know who it is.
It quoted China’s Foreign Ministry as saying Wednesday it was aware of the situation and considered it a matter for the fisheries industry.
To be Truly ignorant, Man requires an Education - Plato
Location of the arrest
Right or wrong, an arrest is generally follow by some sort of court of law with paper works. I don't recall seeing the Chinese fishermen being charged with anything nor accompanied any court date-- That is the different ransom and bail bonds
North Koreans accused of holding Chinese fishermen for ransom - latimes.comThey were then forced at gunpoint to sail into North Korean waters
Your will have a stronger argument if those fishermen have broken laws of a jurisdiction. One can not arrest people just because they are far far far away.Please tell me why China has to protest every time their fishermen are arrested, even when they were far, far, far away from home?
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