Another Massacre of Civilians Exposed

Pyongyang, July 4 (KCNA) — It was disclosed recently that the United States killed, wounded or left missing at least 130 residents of Sansong-ri, Ryechon County, North Kyongsang Province, on January 19, 1951, during the Korean war by committing a deliberate indiscriminate bombing with bombs of formidable destructive power.

Rodong Sinmun Monday in a commentary says that the massacre brought to light this time vividly proved once again that the U.S. imperialists are a pack of beasts in human skin and the inveterate enemy with whom the Korean nation cannot live under the same sky.

The analyst continues:

It was made clear by the testimony of U.S. soldiers who took part in the war and a secret document found in U.S. archives that it was an organized and premeditated massacre of civilians and a wanton violation of international laws and publicly recognized war regulations just as the Rogun-ri incident.

The U.S. should have held itself accountable politically, morally and legally for all misfortunes, pains and disasters it imposed upon the Korean nation during the Korean war, including those massacres. Nevertheless, it still refuses even to admit the worst crimes in history, far from making an apology and compensation for them.

The south Korean people should raise a fiercer flame of the struggle for the withdrawal of the U.S. imperialist aggressor troops from south Korea to totally settle score not only for the Sansong-ri massacre but for all other inhumane crimes perpetrated by the United States over the past 60 years and make it pay for them a thousand fold and remove the source of all misfortunes, pains and disasters in this land.

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