lucy24 - 2:55 am on Jan 14, 2013 (gmt 0)
It's about another instance of Bill Richardson interceding on behalf of another American citizen probably being detained for ransom (most likely not because he actually did anything to be held for "alleged crimes against the state"). It's probably something as simple as this time it's Schmidt who is footing the bill to buy-back the American citizen Kenneth Bae and in return he probably got to tag along in tow to get value for his purchase. He probably just wanted to observe first-hand how other dictatorships function.
:: inescapable mental picture of PRK government functionary reading first two lines of visa application and reaching for 'DENIED' stamp ::
D'you suppose anyone, anywhere, has ever found 175.45.176-179 in their logs? (Answer: Well, yes, of course. The owners of the IP used by those 1024 trusted people as their proxy.)