Inside the Hell Called North Korea Where No One, Including Children, Is Safe

More allegations of cruelty by the young leader Kim Jong-Un could put him on trial for crimes against humanity.
3:00 | 02/17/14

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We want to take ever went to North Korea where tonight the nation's young leader Kim -- -- Has been put on notice. He could personally be responsible put on trial for crimes against humanity in his country and tonight we have an unprecedented investigation by the United Nations taking us inside a kind of hell. Comparing the north Koreans to the Nazis and saying even the tiniest Koreans are not safe. ABC's Bob Woodruff has traveled to North Korea five times and has our story. Yeah. How are you my name's Bob. Allegiance to North Korea begins here according to a new UN report childhood. We saw it first hand in their crisp uniforms. Singing a song of praise for regime's brutal leader Kim Jong yen. Today the UN panel saying his government is responsible. For crimes against humanity. The commission of inquiry. Has unanimously copped the conclusion. But there is abundant evidence of -- wrongs of this kind the scathing report highlights some of the worst abuses the world has ever seen. It says the regime seeks to dominate every aspect of its citizens' lives in -- -- them from within. Uses food as an important means to enforce political loyalty. And probably most searing describes the horror inside the regime's infamous prison camps. Saying that they are rampant with torture rape forced abortion -- -- -- should. One woman testifying that her four children and parents were killed simply because she gossip about the leader. This former police officer who did not want to be identified. Describing what every day north Koreans face -- -- his alleged imminent people might resist the regime with their lives and it is only themselves who might be killed this man says it is but it's not only one man being put to death it's three generations of his family to. Just unprecedented crimes against humanity and the world can't close its -- to that and pretend it's not there just because there's nuclear power. Of course North Korea denies all of these charges as for holding them accountable it will be very difficult because their powerful ally China. It's probably going to resist any prosecution. And will north Koreans in the country actually learn anything about this report. Well Diane in the recent trips have made their we have seen cell phones on the streets so maybe there will be some messages passed in and out. And they could learn something about this report from inside but nonetheless it's very close to right there -- so isolated yes thank you so much Bob at least put on notice.

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