Former U.S. Army serviceman, Merrill Newman, has been detained in North Korea for more than a month. The 85-year-old read a statement Saturday, which he presumably crafted, apologizing for war crimes: "I have been guilty of a long list of indelible crimes against DPRK government and Korean people. Please forgive me."
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