In North Korea, using a cell phone could come with the accusation and punishment of being a war criminal.
According to The Telegraph, anyone caught using a mobile phone or attempting to flee to China during the 100-day mourning period for late leader Kim Jong-il will be considered a war criminal and "punished accordingly."
Kim Jong-il, 69, died on December 17 from a heart attack. His son, Kim Jong-un, has taken over as North Korea's president.
When Jong-il died, the country was swept in massive mourning and public outpourings of grief. However, according to The Telegraph, with … Read more