Report: Kim Jong Un fed uncle alive to starved dogs

NORTH KOREA -- Kim Jong Un's ousted uncle and his closest advisors were fed alive to 120 starved dogs, USA Today reported.

Quoting Hong Kong-based newpepr Wen Wei Po, USA Today said Jang Song Thaek and five close advisers were fed to a pack of hunting dogs that "hadn't eaten in days." Kim, his brother and 300 officials watched the brutal killing, USA Today reported.

Wen Wei Po, which has close ties with China's communist party, reported the "quan jue," or execution by dogs, took more than an hour to complete.

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