[KS] A Korean refugee knew about Pearl Harbor in advance
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Wed Feb 19 18:43:42 EST 2014
Was Kilsoo Haan a double-agent? Even so, even a double-agent might have significantly reduced the carnage: 4,000 military personnel killed or wounded, 21 ships sunk, beached or damaged, and over 300 aircraft destroyed or damaged, by offering the U.S. Navy the heads up that a Japanese attack was imminent.
If you examine his fantastic claims carefully, you can see his credibility is very low. I would not trust this man, who, I believe, is a consummate self-promoter.
In a Congressional hearing on Pear Harbor Attack, his name is listed as a person who received monetary payment on three different occasions from the Japanese cunsulate office in Honolulu in 1936.
A report by the Japanese consul-general in Honolulu (to the Japanese foreign minister), dated March 9, 1936, states that Han Kil-su is "a spy for our office (tokan choho-sha)" in addition to being a spy for the US Navy Intelligence. Han then provided the Japanese with inside information on the recent squabble within the Korean community and several documents related to Korean nationalist activities.
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