South Korea: Recent human rights violations: Kim Sam-sok and Kim Un-ju
AI is calling for the immediate and unconditional release of Kim Sam-sok, sentenced to seven years' imprisonment under national security legislation on 28 February 1994. His sister, Kim Un-ju, arrested with him on 8 September 1993, was released after being given a suspended sentence. AI is calling for her release to be unconditional. AI is also concerned about claims that the two were ill-treated during interrogation by the ANSP in September 1993.
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