US citizen detained in North Korea issues ‘apology’ for alleged war crimes
KCNA handout shows U.S. citizen Newman putting his thumbprint on a piece of paper at an undisclosed location in North Korea. (Photo: KCNA/Reuters)
Merrill E. Newman, an 85-year-old U.S. citizen detained in North Korea for more than a month, has delivered an ‘apology,’ for allegedly killing troops and civilians during the Korean War.
The apology which was dated Nov. 9 could not be confirmed, but North Korean officials released a video of Newman reading it . . .
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