US soldier who fled to North Korea charged with desertion, soliciting child porn | NK News
July 15, 2024
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US soldier who fled to North Korea charged with desertion, soliciting child porn

US Army charges Travis King with eight violations of military law following his release from two-month detention in DPRK

U.S. soldier Travis King, who fled to North Korea in July and was released last month, has been charged with soliciting child pornography, desertion and six other violations of U.S. military law, according to charging documents seen by NK News.

The U.S. Army has charged King with a total of eight violations of the Uniform Code of Military Justice, including that he allegedly solicited another person to “knowingly and willfully produce child pornography.”

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