A former Marine has been arrested in Los Angeles in connection with an underground group's raid last month on North Korea's embassy in Madrid.
Christopher Ahn is a member of the mysterious anti-North Korea group that claimed credit for the Feb 22 raid. Kim Jong Un.
Appeared in Los Angeles Federal Court. Friday, March 30, 2009, The Washington Post reported. Ahn's attorney requested that the courtroom be sealed over the government's objection.
A Spanish police investigator in the case told The Associated Press in Madrid on Saturday
ANTI-NORTH KOREAN GROUP CLAIMS RESPONSIBILITY FOR SPANISH EMBASSY ATTACK, SAYS FBI CONTACTED THEM FOR STOLEN DATA [1
In a related development, US Federal agents raided the unoccupied apartment of the group's leader, Adrian Hong, on Thursday.
Lee Wolosky, a lawyer for the group, which also calls itself Free Joseon, said in a statement that he dismayed that the US Department of
"The last US citizen who fell into the custody of the Kim regime returned home from torture and did not survive," Wolsky said, referring to college student Otto Warmbier's 2017 death.
"We have received no assurances from the US government about the safety and security of the US is now targeting," he added.
N , KOREA CALLS FOR INVESTIGATION INTO MADRID EMBASSY ATTACK
Spanish authorities said 10 Cheollima members entered the embassy and shackled and interrogated staffers, […]
Intelligence officials in Spain alleged that two
Reuters reported that they were in the US
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The Associated Press contributed to this report.