60 Minutes coverage on North Korean missiles

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God of War
OCTOBER 29, 2017 | North Korea is on the verge of having an ICBM capable of hitting the U.S. homeland. David Martin goes inside the intelligence center at the heart of the United States' defense.

https://www.cbsnews.com/videos/god-of-war/

Inside North Korea's missiles
Recovered debris from a North Korean rocket revealed parts made by a major company in the West—how does the rogue state get Western parts?

https://www.cbsnews.com/news/inside-north-koreas-missiles/

Why are parts made in Britain STILL turning up in North Korean missiles?
Discovery is made by UN scientists who studied wreckage from the sea

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4436180/Why-UK-parts-turning-Korean-missiles.html
 
Winston who needs the internet when we have you! You’re just an encyclopedia of knowledge.


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Couldn't get the video to work, but really not that surprising. There's a gazillion parts, tools and raw material go into making such a beast. Odds are some bits are going to be made by western countries.
 
How do they get parts? dummy companies, paid middle men, route them through countries that don't care (or just don't care for the US and its sanctions....). Smuggling and illicit goods isn't rocket science.


Come to think of it, Winston has had some rather Newsbot-ish behavior recently. Are we sure he's still human?
 
How do they get parts? dummy companies, paid middle men, route them through countries that don't care (or just don't care for the US and its sanctions....). Smuggling and illicit goods isn't rocket science.


Come to think of it, Winston has had some rather Newsbot-ish behavior recently. Are we sure he's still human?

Easy China.
 

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