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Kim Jung Un Fed Uncle To Starving Dogs

Kim Jung Un Fed Uncle To Starving Dogs

( 4UMF NEWS ) Kim Jung Un Fed Uncle To Starving Dogs:

Kim Jong Un literally threw his uncle to the dogs.

The North Korean leader executed his high-ranking uncle by having him stripped, thrown into a cage and eaten alive by 120 starving hounds as the despot himself looked on, the Singaporean Straits Times reports, citing an article in a Hong Kong paper with close ties to China’s ruling Communist Party.

Jang Song Thaek, 67, was dramatically ousted from his position as Kim’s second-in-command last month. Photos showed him being removed from a meeting in Pyongyang of the Political Bureau of the Central Committee of the Workers’ Party of Korea.

State media labeled him a traitor and “despicable human scum” but never specified how Jang was executed.

Now, the newspaper Wen Wei Po reports that Kim and his brother monitored the gruesome one-hour long execution along with 300 other officials.

Jang and five of his aides were mauled by the 120 hunting dogs that had been starved for five days, according to the Singaporean Straits Times.

Before his stunning downfall, Jang was seen as a moderate influence pushing for more economic engagement with neighboring China.

Jang, who was married to Kim’s paternal aunt, also was thought to serve as a mentor to the all-powerful 30-year-old leader who assumed power only two years ago.

There was no way to confirm the horrific details of the supervillian-style execution.

The Telegraph cautioned that the wild story could serve as a message from China’s ruling party to Pyongyang, given that Chinese officials are said to be outraged about his execution.

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