I was wondering exactly how they would do this when I saw the headline.
A North Korean army minister was executed with a mortar round for reportedly drinking and carousing during the official mourning period after Kim Jong-il\’s death.
So, do they stand him over one and fire it off? Or stick him out on the range and fire at him?
Kim Chol, vice minister of the army, was taken into custody earlier this year on the orders of Kim Jong-un, who assumed the leadership after the death of his father in December.
On the orders of Kim Jong-un to leave \”no trace of him behind, down to his hair,\” according to South Korean media, Kim Chol was forced to stand on a spot that had been zeroed in for a mortar round and \”obliterated.\”
Are mortars actually that accurate?