Skip to comments.S.Korean army general accused of spying for North
Posted on 06/03/2010 7:38:45 PM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
S.Korean army general accused of spying for North
SEOUL (AFP) South Korean intelligence officials are investigating a two-star army general on suspicion of leaking military secrets to North Korea, a report said Friday.
The general, identified only as Kim, had allegedly leaked classified information related to military management and operations, Yonhap news agency said.
Military and intelligence officials declined to confirm the report.
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Kim — that narrows is down to about a fourth of the population. :>)
He’s Korean and his name is Kim. That narrows it down to only 47 million people.
Wonder if the “leak” and story are some kind of big sandbag to make Kim think he has something valuable?
You beat me by 4 seconds!
” Wonder if the leak and story are some kind of big sandbag to make Kim think he has something valuable? “
I guess we’ll know, when they take this general out back and shoot him...
(Or would SK carry a ‘false flag’ op that far??)
At least it clears a lot of Lees.
As for the general's motivation, not much information on it is reported at this time.
Or put out a story saying he was shot or otherwise dealt with. Then again, the story could be true and there is a major league traitor. If that is the case and he can escape SK, he could get a job at the State Department here.
The latest intel shows the surname is Lee.
I’m afraid this is probably true. And, if so, very dangerous.
1/4? I think it's more when you look at first names and middle names, etc. Gotta be near 100%.
We used to have a guy living next door who ran a semi-pro Koran soccer team. One day they kicked a ball over the fence into my yard during practice.
I shouted out "Hey, Kim, here's that soccer ball" and tossed it.
25 guys shouted back "Hey, thank you".
“Wonder if the leak and story are some kind of big sandbag to make Kim think he has something valuable?”
Or the opposite, they have long known he was a traitor. The arrest tells the North those plans you have are no longer good.
It wasn’t to Kim; it was to China.
Use to eat at a Korean resultant when I was a kid called Kim’s dinner and they had the best fresh chow mien in the world we use to call the soy sauce bug juice just to try to gross each other out.
Yikes!!! How in the world could they subvert a Major General?
Maybe relatives in the North they were holding hostage?
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