Rodman appears to blame U.S. missionary for North Korean captivity




 
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January 7th, 2014  
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Topic: Rodman appears to blame U.S. missionary for North Korean captivity


WASHINGTON/BEIJING (Reuters) - Dennis Rodman, in a television interview on Tuesday, appeared to blame Korean-American missionary Kenneth Bae for his captivity in North Korea, the latest in a series of controversial comments by the former U.S. basketball star. During an expletive-ridden interview with CNN about his fourth trip to the reclusive state, Rodman seemed to say that Korean-American missionary Kenneth Bae, held in North Korea since May 2013 on charges of crimes against the state, was responsible for his own situation. "If you understand what Kenneth Bae did .... Do you understand what he did in this country? Rodman brought a team of fellow former National Basketball Association stars to the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, to mark leader Kim Jong Un's birthday, which is believed to fall on Wednesday, though this has never been officially confirmed.




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