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Report: Kim Executed General by Throwing Him Into Piranha-Filled Tank

Report: Kim Executed General by Throwing Him Into Piranha-Filled Tank
Kim Jong Un (AP)

By    |   Sunday, 09 June 2019 05:38 PM

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has allegedly executed a general by throwing him into a piranha-filled fish tank, the Daily Star reports.

The victim’s arms and torso were reportedly slashed open with knives before officials dumped him in the tank, which was built inside Kim’s Ryongside Residence.

Kim reportedly took the inspiration from the 1977 James Bond movie, "The Spy who Loved Me," where villain Karl Stromberg executed his opponents by throwing them into a shark-filled aquarium, according to the Star.

Kim is believed to have killed 16 senior aides since he came to power in 2011.

A UK intelligence source told the Star that, "Kim rules by fear. Many enemies of the state are executed in public.

"He wants everyone to know, including his most trusted aides, that they are at risk of suffering a very unpleasant death if he suspects they are treasonous. He has executed members of his own family and killed senior government officials for not clapping loudly enough during one of his speeches."

The source added: "The use of piranhas is classic Kim. He is all about using fear and terror as a political tool. Whether or not the use of piranhas is an efficient way of killing someone won't bother him."

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North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has allegedly executed a general by throwing him into a piranha-filled fish tank, the Daily Star reports.The victim's arms and torso were reportedly slashed open with knives before officials dumped him in the tank, which was built inside...
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