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Monday, 15 April 2013

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Swedish tourists partying at The Slippery Pole Dance Club in Pyongyang, North Korea.

NEW YORK CITY - The American Spotlight News Agency is reporting that a plot to kidnap North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has been foiled.

The New York City based news agency stated that one of its North Korean correspondents identified as Foo "Timmy" Chu Jr., has said that the PPU, which is the equivalent of America's FBI, has arrested two North Korean women in a plot to kidnap the leader of North Korea.

Chu said that the two women are employed as pole dancers at the Slippery Pole Dance Club in Pyongyang. The two would-be-kidnappers have been identified as Sook Soon Soo, 19, and Mee Jin Park, 20.

The women were questioned and asked if they had plotted the kidnapping with someone or if they had devised the plan alone.

Sook Soon Soo replied that the idea was strictly hers and Mee Jin's.

After an agent for the PPU offered them $195 [U.S] each, Sook Soon changed her tune and said that the two had each been paid $31 [U.S.] by their employer Hong Kang Moo.

Hong Kang Moo, the owner of The Slippery Pole Dance Club, allegedly convinced the two pole dancers to kidnap the North Korean leader and hide him in an old abandoned chopsticks warehouse located two blocks from the club.

SIDENOTE: The two dancers have been arrested and will be tried, convicted, and sentenced to 20 years in Pyongyang's notorious Hell Hole Prison For Men & Women.

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