Democratic Korea Foreign Ministry slams Ferguson verdict

By staff |
November 28, 2014
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According to a Nov. 28 report from the Korean Central News Agency, a spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) talked about the mass protests after the Ferguson verdict in the case the Michael Brown shooting, stating, “After the Missouri State judicial authorities of the U.S. on Nov. 24 decided not to indict a white policeman who shot a black young man to death three months ago, protests against racism took place once again, rapidly spilling over into at least 170 cities across the U.S., including New York and Los Angeles. This is a clear proof of the real picture of the U.S. as tundra of human rights where extreme racial discrimination acts are openly practiced.”

The spokesperson for the DPRK Foreign Ministry went on to condemn the U.S. for interfering in the affairs of other countries while carrying out human rights abuses at home.

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