Freedom of movement:
North Korean civilians are denied the right to freedom of movement. They are subject to severe travel restrictions. According to Amnesty International's Annual Report 2012, the thousands of North Korean civilians who have fled to China in an attempt to find food and employment have been caught and forcible extradited back to North Korea by Chinese authorities, and then beaten and detained.
Control over media:
All forms of media are controlled with severe punishment as a result of unauthorized access to non-state radio or TV broadcasts. Television content is limited to broadcasts of hagiographies of the two leaders and images praising and celebrating the country's army, model farms, model villages.
Control over legal system:
North Korean civilians are not given the right to a fair trial. The legal system follows the process of interrogation and then execution or being sent to forced labour camps. The ruling Worker's Party of Korea appoints and maintains strict control over the judiciary, including the prosecutors, judges, lawyers, all jury members and count clerks. There