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CBN: US Signals Its Willing to Negotiate for Release of American Prisoner Kenneth Bae


Kenneth BaeFor the first time, the United States is publicly indicating its ready to bargain with North Korea for the release of Kenneth Bae, an American citizen of Korean descent who has been held in North Korea now for nine months for “crimes against the state.”

CBN is reporting the State Department is saying it’s “willing to consider a number of options to bring Bae home.”

U.S. envoy Robert King is scheduled to go to northeast Asia later this month, but not to North Korea.

Meanwhile, the blog Asiance asks “where’s the outrage? Why do we send our former president for one American president but not the next?”

Both former Presidents Clinton and Carters have gone to North Korea to win the release of American prisoners in recent years.

Bae has been in captivity longer than any other American in North Korea in recent memory.



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