Kim Jung Un orders his family members killed

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PYONGYANG, NORTH KOREA – Forget about special privileges. Kim Jung Un’s family is witnessing his wrath; and it’s deadly.

The leader of North Korea ordered the execution of all his uncle’s blood relatives, including children, according to an anonymous source.

That uncle, you may remember, got the death penalty last year, after being labeled “a traitor to the nation for all ages.”  Reports had swirled that 67-year-old Jang Song Theak — once vice chairman of the North’s National Defense Commission — was eaten alive by a pack of hungry dogs. That apparently wasn’t true, but no one knows for sure how all the killings are going down.

It has been reported that the few remaining members of Theak’s family have been exiled to remote villages.

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