A couple of months ago, I attended a talk given by Yokota Takuya at a small liberal arts college about an hour northeast of Tokyo. Mr. Yokota’s name is probably unfamiliar to many in the Western hemisphere, but he is very well-known in Japan. In 1977, his older sister, Megumi, was abducted from Niigata, on the Sea of Japan coast, by North Korean agents acting on the direct orders of North Korean “Dear Leader” Kim Jong-il. Megumi was just thirteen years old.
For ten years, no one had any idea where Megumi had gone. Her family searched for her tirelessly, traveling

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