Kim Young-Soon, one of the many defectors who provided harrowing testimony to the COI, said she was grateful to it for recording the "nightmares we went through" for posterity.
North Korea Atrocities Exposed, But What Next?
February 18, 2014

Via AFP:

Defectors and activists welcomed Tuesday a UN-mandated inquiry's searing indictment of gross human rights abuses in North Korea, but analysts questioned the international community's ability to act on its recommendations.

Pyongyang's grim rights record has already been well documented by specialist monitors. But the size, breadth and detail of the report compiled by the Commission of Inquiry (COI) on North Korea -- and the UN imprimatur it carries -- set it apart.

Kim Young-Soon, one of the many defectors who provided harrowing testimony to the COI, said she was grateful to it for reco...

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