American Seeking Asylum in North Korea May End Up Imprisoned in the DPRK

US citizen Matthew Todd Miller may end up imprisoned in the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea failing an intervention by US or US-allied authorities on his behalf according to a report from CNN. Miller allegedly entered the DPRK on a tourist visa that he also allegedly destroyed while declaring that he wanted asylum in North Korea. Matthew Todd Miller joins Kenneth Bae and Jeffrey Edward Fowler who are also imprisoned in the DPRK for “crimes against the state,” Kenneth Bae being charged with subversion of the government by allegedly supporting activities that help North Korean citizens escape the DPRK and Jeffrey Edward Fowler is accused of leaving behind a Bible in a North Korean hotel.


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