Gut-wrenching: Inside North Korea's oldest concentration camp

For 28 years, Kim Hye Sook languished as a prisoner inside North Korea’s oldest concentration camp. She saw daily executions, mass starvation, and mothers killing their children to survive. …

“One time a mother put her 9-year-old daughter in this big cast iron pot and boiled her,” she said. “She was a too big for the pot so the mother had to chop her legs and head to fit the body in the pot.”

“On another occasion, a lady killed her 16-year-old son, chopped him into pieces and took him to a butcher shop to get some corn in exchange,” she said.