A ridiculous slander campaign in the imperialist mainstream press (including the lefty-liberals favourite 'Independent') against the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea (DPRK, or 'North Korea') promoting nonsense that eighty peoples were executed in public for having bibles and watching foreign films.
Fox News picked this up from a South Korean newspaper, Joong-a-Ilbo, I think - a right wing rag which specialises in carrying lurid and absurd inventions about the North manufactured by the South's National Intelligence Service as part of its constant campaign of psychological warfare.
Has as much credence as the report that Gaddafi's soldiers were all fired up with viagra so they could go out & commit mass rapes.
Joong-a-Ilbo report admitted it had absolutely no corroborative evidence for the story (ie that is it made up) and that religious worship is in fact perfectly legal in the DPRK; that there are hundreds of thousands of practising Christians in the DPRK, with hundreds of churches, mainly Catholic, Protestant and Russian Orthodox; that their interests are represented in the cross-demoniation Korean Federation of Christians; and that other preachers often visit the country quite legally, including US evangelist Billy Graham, who is hardly known for his sympathy to the communist cause (he met Pres. Truman in 1950 to urge him to attack the DPRK), and yet who was able to preach at Pyongyang University whilst there.