Originally posted by CALGARIAN
I love how a rumour gets 54 flags. Interesting.
(CNN) -- The U.S. intelligence community has found no evidence to suggest North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is dead, a senior U.S. official said Friday following posts on China's version of Twitter that claimed Kim had been assassinated while in Beijing. U.S. intelligence officials have been looking into such rumors for more than a week, according to the official, who has direct knowledge of the latest U.S. analysis. "With that society you can never be 100% sure, but we just don't see any evidence of it," the official told CNN. "It's a closed society, but at this point we do not believe it's true."
Originally posted by GezinhoKiko
reply to post by Denied
US officials have been looking into this for a WEEK?
what am i missing here
Originally posted by Vitchilo
So the story says he was murdered in China??
Even less likely.
The story is 99.9% sure to be bunk.
Originally posted by Destinyone
If true, wonder if all the people who didn't cry hard enough at his father's funeral, will be exonerated.
Nah, it's N. Korea.....
Desedit on 10-2-2012 by Destinyone because: (no reason given)