North Korean Leader, Kim Jong Il Puts Son in Charge of Secret Police

June 24, 2009

(ChattahBox)—According to a recent report in the Dong-a Ilbo, a South Korean newspaper, North Korean Communist leader, Kim Jong Il appointed his youngest son to head the nation’s notorious secret police agency.

The mysterious and bizarre North Korean Leader recently announced his youngest son; Kim Jong Un was to be his successor in power.

Kim Jong Il reportedly suffered a serious stroke and is not in good health.

According to the newspaper report, the leader and his son visited the North Korea’s State Security Department three months ago.

Kim Jong Il gifted the secret police officials responsible for arresting dissidents and throwing them into state gulags and work camps, with five imported luxury cars worth some $80,000 each.

The leader asked the state police officials to guard his son with their lives.

This latest news points to Kim Jong Il’s son, Kim Jong Un taking over control of the nuclear armed nation sooner than expected.

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