ITN’s Angus Walker reports from Seoul, South Korea on the death of Kim Jong Il. He speaks with some North Korean defectors in Seoul who are extremely skeptical about the public outpouring of grief north of the border -- calling them "crocodile tears."
One North Korean defector, Son Jeong Hun, explained what happens if people don't cry in public. "If people don't cry in public, then they can be seen as insulting the leadership. It can be regarded as a crime against the state."
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