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North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has long been known for his excesses. Whether it be his penchant for heavy drinking or the horrors he inflicts on the women he keeps as sex slaves, the strongman has long held his nation in fear as he rules over the Hermit Kingdom with unchecked powers. Kim, however, seems to save his most gruesome indulgences for the way he deals with people he considers enemies, traitors or subordinates.

“He’s very dangerous,” Kim Yeomyong, a North Korean defector, told Fox News’ Greg Palkot during a recent interview. More on this... With Kim ordering people executed for offenses as seemingly benign as petty theft or falling asleep during a military parade, Fox News has compiled a list of some of the tyrant’s most ghastly killing methods. Anti-aircraft Guns – While these weapons were designed to take down enemy fighter jets, they have become a favorite method of execution for Kim.

In 2015, reports surfaced from South Korean intelligence that the dictator’s Defense Minister Hyong Yong Chol was pulverized to death by an anti-aircraft gun after the young despot ordered his execution for falling asleep during an event and not carrying out instructions. Hee Yeon Lim, a 26-year-old defector, recently told western media that she was part of a crowd of 10,000 ordered to watch the execution by anti-aircraft guns of 11 musicians who allegedly made a pornographic video.

  “What I saw that day made me sick in my stomach. They were lashed to the end of anti-aircraft guns,” she said. “A gun was fired, the noise was deafening, absolutely terrifying. And the guns were fired one after the other.” She added: “The musicians just disappeared each time the guns were fired into them. Their bodies were blown to bits, totally destroyed, blood and bits flying everywhere…and then, after that, military tanks moved in and they ran over the bits on the ground where the remains lay.

" Mortar Fire – Before the dictator discovered his fondness for anti-aircraft guns, he was known to use mortars to dispense with those who crossed him. In 2011, a vice minister of the army was sentenced to death for allegedly drinking and partying during the official mourning period after Kim Jong Il’s death. The younger Kim apparently ordered “no trace of him left behind, down to his hair” before the vice minister was placed on a spot that had been targeted for a mortar round and “obliterated”.

Flamethrower – Multiple news sources reported in 2014 that, as part of Kim’s purge of high-ranking officials, O Sang Hon, the deputy public security minister, was “executed by flamethrower.” The purge that killed O Sang Hon also saw all 11 of the security ministry’s most senior officials either executed or sent to one of Kim’s notorious concentration camps. Prison Camps – While Kim’s execution tactics are brutal and depraved, they can at least described as quick deaths.

The same cannot be said for the poor souls sentenced to one of the dictator’s prison camps. Similar to Nazi concentration camps during World War II, prisoners at these camps – who can be sent there for crimes as simple as stealing rice or distributing South Korean media – are subjected to harsh labor, cruel beatings, violent rapes and, many times, execution at the hands of their captors. Or a slow death by starvation.

Feeding to the dogs – Reports that Kim sent packs of hungry dogs to devour his enemies turned out to be false, but a defector recently reported many women imprisoned in North Korea are raped and, after giving birth, quickly executed. The babies are then provided as food to guard dogs. The defector, 29-year-old Park Ju Yong, said that the guards who carried out the horrific acts were simply removed from their positions in the prison camps as punishment for their actions, while prisoners were forced to stone other prisoners to death and would be threatened with executions themselves if they didn’t participate.

Public executions – Taking the form of firing squads, hangings and even decapitations, the public killing is a favorite method of execution for Kim. Carried out everywhere from fish markets to school yards, public executions are seen as Kim’s twisted attempt to create an "atmosphere of fear" throughout the dictatorship. "In ordinary areas outside the prison system, our interviewees stated that public executions take place near river banks, in river beds, near bridges, in public sports stadiums, in the local marketplace, on school grounds in the fringes of the city, or on mountainsides," a recent report, released by The Transnational Justice Working Group in Seoul, noted.

Poisoning – Seemingly too subtle of a method for Kim, who obviously prefers over-the-top theatrics when it comes to killing, the North Korean strongman isn’t above treachery…especially when it comes to family. After killing her husband, Kim Kyong Hui – the dictator’s own aunt – was allegedly poisoned to death after he grew tired of her complaints. And to make sure that nobody else would bother him, Kim ordered the rest of his aunt’s family – around seven members – killed.

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Kim Jong Un’s officials plucked teenage girls from North Korean schools to serve as the leader’s sex slaves, indulged in a gluttonous lifestyle while his people starved and ordered public executions that turned into horrific shows of violence, a North Korean defector revealed. Hee Yeon Lim, 26, who fled Pyongyang in 2015 and now lives in Seoul, told The Mirror about the years she spent living in constant fear of Kim Jong Un since the ruthless dictator took control of North Korea in 2011.

“Despite our privilege we were scared. I saw terrible things in Pyongyang,” Hee Yeon said. FEMALE PRISONERS IN NORTH KOREAN CAMPS RAPED AND EXECUTED, THEIR BABIES FED TO DOGS, REPORT SAYS In what heinous example, she recalled standing in a crowd of 10,000 people assembled to watch the execution of 11 musicians who allegedly made a pornographic video. Security guards ordered the viewers to leave their classes and stand in a stadium around the men, who were tied up and gagged.

“What I saw that day made me sick in my stomach. They were lashed to the end of anti-aircraft guns,” she said. “A gun was fired, the noise was deafening, absolutely terrifying. And the guns were fired one after the other.” She added: “The musicians just disappeared each time the guns were fired into them. Their bodies were blown to bits, totally destroyed, blood and bits flying everywhere…and then, after that, military tanks moved in and they ran over the bits on the ground where the remains lay.

" Kim Jong Un meets supporters in Pyongyang. The dictator was hailed as "the great successor" when he came into power in 2011.  (Reuters) Hee Yeon remembered seeing the remains “smashed…into the ground until there was nothing left.” She said the gruesome scene haunted her and took away her appetite for three days. A report, released by The Transnational Justice Working Group in Seoul in July, also stated the regime's firing squad carried out public executions in school yards, bridges and sports stadiums.

But that was just the tip of the insanity Hee Yeon said she witnessed. She said no one was immune to the young leader's vicious whims, and anyone could be executed if they were suspected of disloyalty. NORTH KOREA FIRING SQUAD CARRIES OUT PUBLIC EXECUTIONS IN SCHOOL YARDS, REPORT SAYS “I was brought up [and] told he was like a god – that he was as a young boy an expert sailor, marksman before the age of seven, god-like,” she said.

“Then I met him at big events, I found him terrifying, really scary, nothing god-like about him.” Several previous reports also painted Kim as a hot-tempered man. He reportedly executed his uncle, Jang Song Thaek, when he “flew into a rage” after finding out about an alleged coup plot that was planned with China. Nam Sung Wook, a security expert, recalled the leader “exploded with foul language” when his former girlfriend suggested he stop smoking.

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un claps during a celebration for nuclear scientists and engineers who contributed to a hydrogen bomb test, in this undated photo released by North Korea's Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) in Pyongyang.  (Reuters) Hee Yeon also said “the prettiest” schoolgirls were taken away to work in one of Kim’s “hundreds of homes around Pyongyang.” “They learn to serve him food like caviar and extremely rare delicacies.

They are also taught how to massage him and they become sex slaves,” she said. “Yes, they have to sleep with him and they cannot make a mistake or object because they could very easily simply disappear.” And as the rest of North Korea suffered from poverty and food shortages, Kim was reportedly indulging in $2,700 “bird’s nest soup,” caviar and other imported dishes. “One of my friends went to work at one of his hundreds of homes in Pyongyang and she told me this was what he liked,” Hee Yeon told The Mirror.

CAN US MILITARY SHOOT DOWN A NORTH KOREAN MISSILE? Kim came into power when his father died from a heart attack in December 2011. He has been credited with propelling the regime’s missile and nuclear program, appointing rocket scientists to identify flaws in the program that hadn't been noticed before. Little is known about his secretive family, but he is married to Ri Sol-ju and reportedly has three children, according to South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency.

The photo shows Kim Jong Un after the regime carried out its sixth nuclear test, reportedly a hydrogen bomb.  (KCNA via KNS) Kim vowed to complete his nuclear program despite recent U.N. sanctions against North Korea and President Trump’s threats to destroy the dictatorship. Trump addressed the U.N. assembly on Tuesday and mocked Kim as "rocket man,” saying the dictator was “on a suicide mission for himself and his regime.

” North Korea has threatened to strike the U.S. territory of Guam with missiles and conducted its 15th missile test of the year last week. It carried out its sixth nuclear test in early September. But amid the bombastic threats, Hee Yeon said the leader’s actions reflect his fear the regime will eventually be toppled. “Kim Jong-Un threatens war because he feels cornered and has no escape,” she said.

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