Former captive's silence speaks volumes

Former captive's silence speaks volumes

Robert Park, the Korean-American http://www.atimes.com/atimes/Korea/images/park190310.gifmissionary who was released by North Korea in February after 43 days in detention, has since avoided the glare of publicity. His silence may be explained by emerging reports that while the human-rights activist suffered physical and psychological torture, sexual abuse was probably the most prominent interrogation tool. - Donald Kirk (Mar 19, '10)

Man, this poor guy was so naive, going into a lion's den on a death mission. Whoever sent him on this crazy mission deserves a slap on the face. If I see him, I'd slap him too. Just kidding.

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