News of the Weird: Altered Imagery of North Korea's Prison Camps Used to Show "Proof" of FEMA Concentration Camps
By Suhwan (Alma) Seo, HRNK Intern
The Committee for Human Rights in North Korea (HRNK) was the first organization to combine satellite imagery and escapee testimony to report on North Korea’s vast system of unlawful imprisonment, in the first Hidden Gulag report by David Hawk, published in 2003. HRNK has continued to use satellite imagery in its investigation and monitoring of North Korea’s political prison camps, most recently through a partnership with Colorado-based satellite imagery company AllSource Analysis (ASA).
Goals and Gulags
By Christopher Motola, HRNK Research Intern
The Guardian recently reported on the lavish renovations at North Korea’s May Day Stadium, the largest stadium in the world.
HRNK staff members and interns wish to dedicate this program to our colleagues Katty Chi and Miran Song.