North Korean soldier who defected to the South is found to have ANTHRAX antibodies in his bloodstream after a report warned Kim is testing warheads loaded with the deadly disease

Mail Online | 12/26/2017 | Tariq Tahir;Sara Malm For Mailonline
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A North Korean soldier who defected to the South has been found to have anthrax antibodies in his bloodstream, local news reports.

The unidentified soldier, believed to be the man who defected in November this year, would have been either exposed to or vaccinated against anthrax before he defected to South Korea.

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This comes after a report that North Korea is conducting biological weapons experiments to test the possibility of loading anthrax-laden warheads on its intercontinental ballistic missiles.

'Anthrax antibodies have been found in the North Korean soldier who defected this year,' a South Korean intelligence official told local news network Channel A according to UPI.

Defector - Soldier - Camera - Border - Comrades

It is not known who the unnamed defector is, but it could be the young soldier who was caught on camera running across the border and nearly shot dead by his fellow comrades in November.

Oh Chong Song, 24, was shot four times as he made a mad dash for South Korea, and has been recovering in a Seoul hospital since.

Song - Knee - Arm - Shoulder - Injuries

Song had been shot in his knee, arm, back and chest through his shoulder, but despite his serious injuries, the team at the hospital saved his life.

The hepatitis B and the parasites - some more than 10 inches long - found in his body highlight nutrition and hygiene problems that experts say have plagued North Korea for decades.

Staff - Sergeant - Joint - Security - Area

He is believed to be an army staff sergeant who was stationed in the Joint Security Area in the United Nations truce village of Panmunjom, according to Kim Byung-kee, a lawmaker of South Korea's ruling party, briefed by the National Intelligence Service.

Earlier this week, Japan's Asahi newspaper cited another unidentified person connected to South Korean intelligence, who said that North Korea was conducting biological weapons experiments to test the possibility of loading anthrax-laden warheads on its intercontinental ballistic missiles.

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