Kim Jong-Un Sentenced His Uncle To Be Eaten Alive By 120 Wild Dogs
North Korean dictator, Kim Jong-Un who sentenced his uncle, Jang Song-Thaek, 67, to death, didn't let him die by hanging or firing squad, instead sentenced him to be eaten alive by a pack of 120 wild dogs in a savage punishment for treachery.
His uncle along with five close aides, were stripped naked and thrown into a cage of hounds which had been starved for three days. The pack of animals spent more than an hour mauling the group in a punishment called 'quan jue' or execution by dogs, a report in Chinese newspaper, Wen Wei Po said.
Reports also say the entire process was supervised by the supreme leader in North Korea, along with 300 senior officials – a clear warning against anyone challenging Kim's leadership.