On Saturday evening, four men ambushed a man filling his tank, firing multiple shots and killing him, before escaping in a hijacked vehicle.
Murdered in their home last week, more information about the execution-style killing of Angelo Dimov and Nessie Peeva has now come to light.
If you thought getting TV shows from your friends was dangerous in Western countries, wait till you find out how it was handled in North Korea…
North Korea have the tendency for the theatrical. At the end of last year North Korean leader Kim Jong Un executed his uncle, Jang Song Thaek. Reports from South Korea say that 11 high-ranking officials connected to his uncle have since been either imprisoned or executed. One of whom was allegedly executed using a flamethrower.
The mystery surrounding the execution of Jang Song Thaek is thinning, as new information comes to light. Kenji Fujimoto, the sushi chef who worked for the Kim family between 1989 and 2001, claims that Jang was being punished for his taste in young women.
Footage has come to light that once again underscores the brutality of the conflict in Syria. A photojournalist embedded in that country has handed this series still shots to Time for publishing. Knitted together, the video documents the execution of a young Syrian (whose political or military affiliation cannot be verified) in the town of Keferghan, near Aleppo, on August 31, 2013.
Cast your minds back a week. We brought you a story about Kim Jong-Un having his ex-girlfriend executed by machine gun along with 12 other members of an orchestral band, for violating laws against pornography. Here’s the vid..
Reports coming out of China are that a dozen people, including Kim Jong-Un’s ex-girlfriend have been executed by machine gun on the order of Kim himself. Sources in China said singer Hyon Song-wol as well as Mun Kyong-jin, head of the Unhasu Orchestra, were arrested on Aug. 17 for violating North Korean laws against pornography […]
The Afghan government and human rights campaigners have heavily condemned the public execution of a young woman accused of adultery following the release of amateur footage depicting the incident. Click through for further details and the video, which does not show the actual killing but may upset sensitive viewers.
The ashes of Janice Linden, the South African woman who was executed in China for drug smuggling, have finally been returned to local shores. Her family was devastated to receive a plain brown cardboard box containing the remains of their daughter from Chinese authorities. The South African powers-that-be have been criticised for not doing enough to stop the execution.
Foreigners have been meddling in US affairs again and told them that they’re not allowed to have any more sweets. Except in this case they’re not allowed to have any more sodium thiopental. Sodium thiopental is the drug that US States use to lethally inject their murderers, terrorists and other beastly miscreants, and the US can’t get its hands on any of the stuff.