Monday, 31 July 2017

Could the US have assassinated Kim Jong Un on 4th July?

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THE United States could have assassinated North Korea’s tyrannical leader on July 4 but opted against the move, an expert has sensationally claimed.
US agents reportedly had a “very easy shot” at killing Kim Jong-un during Pyongyang's first intercontinental ballistic missile launch which took place in the northern city of Kusong.
Video footage captures Kim “strolling around the [missile] launch pad, smoking cigarettes” during the 70 minute missile test.

North Korean leader Kim-Jong-un

The US military were said to be watching his every move, although Kim did not know he was under US surveillance.
Rodger Baker, the lead analyst of Asia Pacific at geopolitical consulting firm Stratfor, told Business Insider that US officials were aware North Korean officials were in the final stages of building their ICBM.
He also said the US were anticipating a missile launch on Independence Day because the national holiday would lead them to think they’re sending a provocative message
Commending their decision to not shoot the leader, Mr Baker said the US has proven they have the capacity to strike North Korea and Kim.
Mr Baker said he believed Washington allowed the fact US spies watched Kim at the launch to prove they were not intent on killing the communist leader, and in the hope Pyongyang may chose to “not continue” the development of their nuclear arsenal further.
According to reports, North Korea is only developing missiles because of regime security.
However Mr Baker did say it was “unusual” for the US to “leak” the fact that they watched Kim during the launch.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said the US wanted “to bring Kim Jong-un to his senses, not his knees” in response to the test.
In a fearsome warning, Mr Tillerson called for “global action” to be taken against Kim Jong-un to stop the “global threat” his communist state poses.
After Pyongyang's "successful" missile launch, Kim promoted one of his a top officials, who was present during the test, for his involvement in developing the weapon.
Jang Chang-ha, was reportedly rewarded for helping Pyongyang’s missile development agency refine the intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) while he was leader of the group.

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