Filmmaker says he’s still sitting on evidence of North Korean weapons deals
“The Mole” depicted shady DPRK dealings, but the U.N. allegedly hasn’t seen extra evidence gathered by the filmmaker
United Nations sanctions investigators working on North Korea have been unable to review evidence from the 2020 documentary “The Mole,” which depicted North Korean operatives attempting to sell weapons and drug ingredients to undercover actors.
The documentary’s director, Mads Brügger, told NK Pro on Wednesday that the U.N. also hasn’t interviewed documentary crew members yet to get more information about potential North Korean attempts to violate sanctions.
Last October, Brügger said that he began talks with the U.N. to share the evidence, but he now claims that the two sides
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