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Ex-US deserter to NKorea who married Japanese abductee dies

last monthNews : The Cutline

TOKYO (AP) — Charles Jenkins, a U.S. Army deserter to North Korea who married a Japanese abductee and lived in Japan after their release, has died. He was 77.

Ex-U.S. deserter to North Korea who married Japanese abductee dies

Charles Jenkins, a U.S. Army deserter to North Korea who married a Japanese abductee and lived in Japan after their release, has died. He was 77. Jenkins was found collapsed outside his home in Sado in northern Japan on Monday and was taken to a hospital, where he was later pronounced dead, a group...

Charles Jenkins, American soldier who defected to North Korea, dies at 77

Mr. Jenkins had been living in Japan with his wife since he was released in 2004.

Charles Jenkins, American Held By North Korea For 40 Years After Defection, Dies At 77

Charles Jenkins, a former American soldier who defected across the Demilitarized Zone into North Korea in 1965 and was held by the totalitarian regime for 40 years, died in Japan on Monday at the age of 77.

Charles Robert Jenkins, deserter passes at 77

Reuters reports that Charles Robert Jenkins who deserted from his US Army post in South Korea to the North in 1965 has passed at the age of 77; He drank 10 beers, took his men on patrol and told them to wait while he checked the road below. He then walked towards North Korea, holding […]

Who Was Charles Jenkins The U.S. Defector Who Described North Korea As ‘Giant Demented Prison’

Charles Robert Jenkins was a U.S. Army sergeant who achieved notoriety when he defected to North Korea in 1965. As reported by the BBC, Jenkins died on Sado Island, Japan yesterday, aged 77. Jenkins had been living on Sado Island with his wife Hitomi Soga, who was also a former prisoner of North Korea. Show More Summary

Charles Jenkins, U.S. Army deserter to N. Korea, dies at 77

Jenkins later said 1965 desertion was a mistake, before settling in Japan and himself becoming a tourist shop attraction

U.S. North Korea Defector Charles Jenkins Found Love—and Freedom—After Arranged Marriage to Japanese Abductee

last monthNews : Newsweek: US

Jenkins had been in North Korea for 15 years when the regime brought Hitomi Soga to live with him.

Charles Jenkins, former U.S. deserter to North Korea, dies at 77

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Jenkins disappeared in 1965 while on patrol along the Demilitarized Zone.        

Charles Jenkins, a U.S. Army Deserter Who Fled to North Korea, Has Died in Japan

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Charles Jenkins, a U.S. Army deserter to North Korea who married a Japanese abductee and lived in Japan after their release, has died. He was 77.

Former US Soldier Dies 43 Years After Defecting

Former US Army soldier Charles Jenkins, who drank a few beers and slipped across the DMZ to defect to North Korea on a January night almost 43 years ago, has died in Japan. He was 77. Jenkins, who feared being killed on patrol or being sent to Vietnam, had planned...

Charles Jenkins, U.S. Soldier Who Regretted Fleeing to North Korea, Dies

last monthNews : NYTimes: News

Mr. Jenkins was patrolling the demilitarized zone separating North and South Korea when he fled his post to avoid facing combat duty in Vietnam.

US Army deserter who spent decades in N.Korea dies at 77

Charles Jenkins, a US Army deserter who spent four decades in communist North Korea and married a Japanese woman abducted by Pyongyang, has died at the age of 77, officials said on Tuesday. According to the Asahi Shimbun daily, his daughter found him collapsed outside their house on Monday and called the emergency services. Show More Summary

Meet Charles Robert Jenkins, an American detained by North Korea for 40 years

Charles Robert Jenkins deserted the U.S. Army on a freezing night in January 1965. He pounded 10 beers to quiet his nerves, and abandoned his patrol unit along the border dividing South and North Korea — a 160-mile-long, 2.5-mile-wide strip of mine-ridden no man’s land. He unloaded his M-16 rifle...

Spielberg Not Only Directed a Film With Black Female Leads, It's Also One of the Greatest Black American Films

7 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Charles Mudede Here are best films made about black American worlds, and in this order: To Sleep With Anger - Charles Burnett Devil In A Blue Dress - Carl Franklin Moonlight - Barry Jenkins Do the Right Thing - Spike Lee The Color...Show More Summary

Is Wonder Woman 2 On The Table? Here’s What Charles Roven Told Us

Director Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman is poised to be a big hit. After a few weeks of building positive buzz, the blockbuster now stands with one of the highest Rotten Tomatoes scores ever for a comic book movie, and looks ready to kick the June box office numbers off with a bang.

How Justice League Will Tie Into The Aquaman Movie, According To Charles Roven

While Patty Jenkins' Wonder Woman is technically a prequel within the grander scope of the growing DC Extended Universe -- primarily set during the events of World War I - what has remained unclear is exactly how the franchise's in-development projects will fit into the timeline...

Northwest Film Forum Fell In Love With Moonlight Director Barry Jenkins Eight Years Ago

11 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Charles Mudede Moonlight's director Barry Jenkins saying why Northwest Film Forum and indie films are important. Northwest Film Forum A note from the executive director of Northwest Film Forum, Courtney Sheehan, concerning Barry Jenkins,...Show More Summary

Why Moonlight Needs to Win Big at the Oscars on Sunday

11 months agoUnited States / Seattle : Slog

by Charles Mudede A winning smile in the must-win movie Moonlight Moonlight—an indie film by a black director, Barry Jenkins, that examines the world and life of black and gay man, Chiron—is nominated for eight Oscars. This film is,Show More Summary

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