Ohio (AP) — An American arrested and held for nearly six months in North Korea for leaving a Bible at a nightclub returned home to Ohio on Wednesday to tears of joy and hugs from his wife and surprised children.
There was no immediate explanation for the release of Fowle, who was whisked to the U.S. territory of Guam before heading back to his wife and three children in Ohio.
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/north- … ar-BBayXMf
At last,some good news. He was originally arrested for leaving a Bible in a nightclub.Is N. Korea softening up?Did Obama make an offer they couldn't refuse?
....Did Obama make an offer they couldn't refuse?
Maybe something will eventually surface. Remember the seven hostages that were released in Iran in the eighties. We did not know then that there was an arms deal that included the Israelis and Nicaraguans. After much investigation Reagan came clean with it even though many documents were destroyed and denials of illegality were claimed. They all (presidents) have a little dirt in their DNA.
"Only a bible?" fortunately I am NOT as gullible as you are. What about a version that seems more REALISTIC? A navy seal for instance in North Korea would make more sense than the version you've been fed. And if you have a doubt as for my version why not question yourself? What was an American doing in North Korea? I would understand if he was Dennis Rodman...
by wiserworld 7 years ago
What should be done with North Korea in your opinion?
by Virginia Matteo 5 years ago
I've read recently a book called 'Escape from Camp 14' about a North Korean man who managed to escape from a high-security labour camp and made it to South Korea via China. The book gives a truly chilling insight into life inside the labour camps with torture, starvation and beatings happening on a...
by mbuggieh 7 years ago
On 17 February 2014, CNN reports that there is "abundant evidence of crimes against humanity in North Korea". What might be an appropriate response of the United States to this information?Here is a link to the CNN article:http://www.cnn.com/2014/02/17/world/asi … ?hpt=hp_t1
by Jack Lee 4 years ago
It appears that we are at another crucial point in history. In the 1980s, Reagan faced a similar threat in Soviet Union. He negotiated and ended the cold war and took down the Soviet empire without firing a shot. In 2017, it appears President Trump has a similar challenge. If he can negotiate an...
by Don W 4 years ago
I'm struggling to keep up with all this. Is Trump really planning to attack North Korea if they do another nuclear test? Is it seriously being considered as a possibility? Or is it just sabre rattling? And is this type of brinksmanship the best approach to foreign policy?
by TMMason 11 years ago
I heard this yesterday and today.http://www.kansascity.com/2010/07/23/21 … ponse.htmlDoes N.Korea really understand what will happen to them if they Nuke our Navy?And what do you think should be our response to a Military strike against our navy by N.Korea?
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