Soldier shot fleeing North Korea miraculously SURVIVES exposing Kim Jong-un’s secrets

Tuesday, November 21, 2017
By Paul Martin

THE North Korean soldier who was severely injured while fleeing Kim Jong-un’s brutal dictatorship has spontaneously breathed on his own, officials have said.

By Joshua Nevett
21st November 2017

The defector sped across the demilitarised zone (DMZ) in a stolen jeep while under heavy fire from North Korean border guards.

He was shot five or six times in the elbow, shoulder and abdomen by guards with handguns and AK-47 rifles as he ran for his life.

South Korean soldiers found the defector, in his 20s, near the village of Panmunjeom last week.

Fighting for his life, paramedics rushed him to hospital, where he underwent two major surgeries.

The soldier, whose name and rank has not been revealed, was unconscious, sedated and relying on a breathing machine to survive.

But on Monday doctors treating him revealed that the defector, despite breathing independently, remains unconscious.

If the defector survives, he could disclose potentially valuable information about the inner workings of Kim’s military, The Korean People’s Army.

Little is known about the condition of soldiers fighting for Kim’s tyrannical regime.

But doctors who operated on the soldier were given an insight into the appalling situation in the totalitarian nation.

Surgeons operating to repair his digestive tract found dozens of parasites in his intestines.

Horrifyingly, one of the suspected roundworms was more than 27cm long.

“I spent more than 20 years of experience as a surgeon, but I have not found parasites this big in the intestines of South Koreans,” lead surgeon Lee Cook-jong said.

The grim discovery of the parasite confirms the terrible diet and hygiene conditions of many ordinary North Koreans under despot KIm.

North Korea’s nuclear spending is estimated to be around £2.4billion ($3.2billion) overall with military spending at 22% of GDP.

Many North Koreans who have fled the secretive state have had parasites removed from their intestines.

Due to the lack of chemical fertiliser, many farmers are thought to rely on human excrement as a replacement.

Choi Min-Ho, a professor at Seoul National University College of Medicine who specialises in parasites, said: “Although we do not have solid figures showing health conditions of North Korea, medical experts assume that parasite infection problems and serious health issues have been prevalent in the country.”

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