North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un has prepared a double-cross intrigue to overthrow the democratic government of South Korea, under which, North Korean detectives are being sent to South Korea as infiltrators. The North Korean sleuths get themselves arrested by identifying as infiltrators, refugees, or Kim Jong Un- opposers, and after being imprisoned in the South Korean jails, they operate a whole network from there.
South Korea considers these prisoners as its well-wishers, but they are Kim’s detectives in real. This is a big game-plan to overthrow the democratic government of South Korea, prepared by Kim. His intention is that during attacks from North Korea, these detectives revolt in the jails and create anarchy. With major action taken recently, South Korea exposed these sleuths. The secret police raided the left-supported Korean Confederation of Trade Unions (KCTU) head-office in Seoul, and action was taken against a leader of KCTU.
This union was working on taking forward North Korea’s political agenda, and this leader of the KCTU was from the Jeju Island. Officers have said that the suspect had visited Cambodia in 2017, where he had met with an official from a front organization for North Korea’s spy agency. He was trained to establish a network by admitting people, and to send and receive secret messages.