Documentary claims to expose North Korea for trying to evade sanctions

Documentary claims to expose North Korea for trying to evade sanctions


A wild new documentary with an eclectic cast claims to show North Korea trying to dodge international sanctions as members of Kim Jong Un’s rogue regime are tricked into signing bogus arms deals, according to a report.

The film — titled “The Mole,” which aired Sunday on the BBC and Nordic TV channels — is the work of Danish filmmaker Mads Brügger, who said he carried out a three-year sting operation that allegedly uncovered how the Hermit Kingdom flouts international law.

The cast includes Ulrich Larsen, an out-of-work chef with an obsession with dictators who plays the titular mole; Jim Latrache-Qvortrup, an ex-legionnaire and convicted cocaine dealer; and Alejandro Cao de Benós, a Spanish nobleman known as “the Gatekeeper of North Korea.”

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With Brügger’s help, Larsen cooks up a plot to infiltrate the Korean Friendship Association in Spain, where he manages to climb the ranks of the secretive regime and apparently gain the trust of Pyongyang officials, according to

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