North Korea Jamming Messages to Abuductees
The only thing I have to say is, "Duh!" You really think they would do otherwise?
Shortwave radio broadcasts directed toward North Korea by a private group investigating suspected North Korean abductions of missing Japanese are being jammed by Pyongyang, Chief Cabinet Secretary Shinzo Abe said Tuesday.
The Investigation Commission on Missing Japanese Probably Related to North Korea began the broadcasts, called Shiokaze, in October in the hope that any missing Japanese in North Korea would hear the messages.