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There is a side of North Korea the regime -- doesn't want you to see.
Small children forced of bacon -- around fires.
Men and women made to work hard forced labor.
Libyan rundown villages with -- housing.
And -- markets for anything that's available.
Beyond Pyongyang nuclear bluster is an impoverished country where people live -- hardship and squalor.
And -- tool remembers it well.
But to the -- -- people started eating grass from the ground he says the bark off -- for -- -- so does Jones want annual.
That's -- -- for -- I went out in the morning he -- as I would see dead bodies dead bodies of children on the street.
They are both defectors from North Korea.
And recalls what it was like growing up in a country where then leader Kim Jong-Il was treated like a god.
Would -- be -- -- when I was young I learned to write Kim Jong -- Naimi says before my father's name.
Defector John says the government controls all aspects of life and keeps born influences away from the people who -- -- didn't if they did start finding out about the rest of the world peace as they'd realize something was wrong.
Charged with making contacts with foreigners John spent three years in one of the country portly perhaps he defected in 2003.
With it and it was -- up and I talk to people regularly.
There John -- they're sick and tired of the whole ordeal tired of the tough life there to -- father spoke out then killed themselves.
The rest of the Stanley was also put in labor camps he fled in the ninety's.
I want the downfall of the government and comments.
I think all aid should be halted there's.
The DMZ especially in the last few weeks the regime of Kim Jung and shows no sign of falling for those living in the -- line behind me there's no reason to celebrate.
At the border between north and South Korea -- Fox News.
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