Report: S. Korea plans to assassinate North Korea’s Kim Jong Un

SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA — According to a new policy briefing released by South Korea’s defense minister the country reportedly plans to put together a “brigade’ capable of taking out N. Korean bigwigs including Kim Jong Un.  Although the two countries haven’t gone to literal war (yet) as of late, they’ve technically still been at war since at least 1953.

South Korea claims that the brigade would have the ultimate ability to take out much of N. Korea putting an end to the northern Korea’s reign of terror on the world.  Although, nobody’s quite sure how plausible this is considering nobody actually knows what’s going on inside of North Korea.

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