Two Americans Face Trial in North Korea

Todd Miller and Jeffrey Edward Fowle entered North Korea as tourists but are accused of "hostile acts" against the country.
1:32 | 06/30/14

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And now to the developing headline this morning, the two Americans facing trial in north Korea. One as a husband and father of three. The men entered in April, but were accused of carrying out hostile acts against the country. Stefan radu hr Martha has the details. Reporter: 22 miller, and Matthew miller. Miller will be tried for what they call absurd behavior. He tore up his Visa and demanded asylum. As for Fowle, from Ohio, he reportedly left a bible in his hotel room. But he was not on a mission for his church. The state department strongly advises U.S. Citizens not to travel to North Korea. The north Koreans have been holding korean-american missionary Kenneth Bae, and an elderly veteran was released after apologizing on tape. There's no scheduled date for the trial. Back to two things, the absurd behavior of one, and the bible in the room of the other. Is that enough to get punished for in North Korea? All over a bible. That's a provocative act in North Korea, no religious freedom. Thanks. Now to the crisis at the border.

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