Dennis Rodman may not get meeting with NKorean leader, but he says birthday game is still a go

  • Article by: Associated Press
  • Updated: December 22, 2013 - 4:26 PM

PYONGYANG, North Korea — Dennis Rodman may not get to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on his latest visit to the country, but he said that won't stop him from coming back on Kim's birthday next month to hold an exhibition game with other former basketball stars.

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raylottieDec. 22, 13 7:53 AM

North Korea imprisons 200,000 of its citizens under brutal conditions, and Rodman tries to put a happy face on the Kim regime. (Read "Escape from Camp 14" for insight.) What a self-serving farce Rodman is.

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comment229Dec. 22, 13 8:07 AM

The "other former basketball stars" better let the North Korean team win OR ELSE!

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swmnguyDec. 22, 13 9:08 AM

Again, I'm fine with this as long as Rodman only got a one-way ticket.

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valkyrie11Dec. 22, 1310:20 AM

Rodman do us all a favor, just stay there...

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greatxDec. 22, 1311:20 AM

Am I the only one wondering whether Kim Un Done is using Rodman, or is it the other way around?

Plus, Rodman has to be a little curious about those "re-education" camps, wouldn't you think?

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orpheus90Dec. 22, 13 2:44 PM

Officially, the state department claims to have no interest in Rodman's trip, nor has plans to debrief Rodman on his return. As I say, that's the official line, and its probably best to maintain that, though my guess is, unofficially, there's more interest than ever.

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sausageDec. 22, 13 4:10 PM

Is this Rodman a Korean citizen? Does he represent the America that you and I are a part of? What is this character doing - trying to speak for this country? Lots of Questions and our fearless leaders seem not to want to react to them!

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