North Korea and the Brazil passports: Why were they used by the Kims?

North Korea and the Brazil passports: Why were they used by the Kims?
 

Fresh evidence emerged this week that the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, and his father and predecessor Kim Jong-il, obtained fraudulent Brazilian passports in the 1990s.
Reuters obtained photocopies of the documents, in which a young Kim Jong-un is presented as "Josef Pwag" (son of Ricardo and Marcela) and his father as "Ijong Tchoi".
A Brazilian security source told the news agency that the documents - which were issued by the Brazilian embassy in the Czech capital, Prague in 1996 - appeared to be genuine.
Other security sources said the documents had been used to... read more

 
1 March 2018 in World News, Views: 41
Source: BBC
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