China Arrests North Korean Meth Traffickers Allegedly Working for Kim Jong-un


Chinese communist authorities detained several individuals in connection with an allegedly Kim Jong-un regime-sanctioned North Korean ring trafficking the increasingly popular methamphetamine drug across the border into China, Radio Free Asia (RFA) reported on Tuesday.
The arrests suggest that, after abandoning its role in the drug trade to make much-needed cash by smuggling opium, methamphetamine, and other drugs, the North Korean government may be back at it.

An unnamed source indicated to RFA:

The recent drug busts have uncovered the North Korean government’s recent involvement in drug manufacture and trafficking as a method of making foreign currency, which the country desperately needs as it transitions to a market economy while under sanctions put in place by the U.S. and the U.N. xxx,,

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