Leaked Report Says North Korea has Nuclear Missiles

During a House Armed Services Committee hearing earlier today, Rep. Doug Lamborn (R) of Colorado may have leaked classified information that was not mean for public consumption. While questioning Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, Lamborn started quoting a classified Defense Intelligence Agency report that had not yet been released to the public.

The report stated that “North Korea now has nuclear weapons capable of delivery by ballistic missiles.”

The questioning came as a shock to Secretary of Defense Hagel and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin Dempsey, who until this morning was still telling reporters that “the proximity of the North Koreans to achieving a miniaturization of a nuclear device on a ballistic missile … is a classified matter.”

The news is even more troubling in light of reports that came out of South Korea early this morning. According to South Korean Officials, North Korea is ready to launch as many as five missiles from its east coast, and some are worried that they could all be launched simultaneously.

In response to recent events, the United States and South Korea have raised their alert level from Watchcon 3 to Watchcon2, just one step away from wartime status.

According to reports that have been released to the public, North Korea’s missiles could easily hit South Korea, Japan, or US forces in Japan. Officials deny the missiles have the power to reach mainland USA, but these same officials have denied North Korea had nuclear weapons capable of delivery by ballistic missiles until today’s senate hearing.

Is North Korea Planning a Nuclear Strike on the United States?

Earlier this month, the North Koreans released a picture which reportedly showed a nuclear “US mainland strike plan” that had lines drawn to multiple American targets including Hawaii, Los Angeles, Washington and Austin Texas.

North Korea Attack Map

North Korea Nuclear Strike Map

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6 Comments

  1. So I have been led to believe the first 400 million are starting to be delivered and the Feds have 236 million already a war brewing on two fronts possibly does that seem like a coincidence

  2. Another example of government deception. All the time they are telling us that they will not stand for NK having a deliverable nuclear weapon, yet behind they scene they already know they do. Makes me wonder what will be next. Hey it’s OK, they won’t really use the weapons so let them have them.

  3. to the statement above the video about being classified is it now government policy to withhold information about other countries possessions whether it be intellectual or physical how can it be deemed necessary to withhold that information from the public if they have them and obviously they do and we already know they do then wheres the secret we cant know?and why would it be kept “secret” from the public its not a matter of our national security to share other governments possessions or the knowledge there of can we get the media to cover this topic and its realitivity in our lives today i doubt it

    • The reason for keeping it secret is that they have been saying all along they will not allow this, and in reality have no plans for doing anything about it. I suspect Iran will be the same thing. All of a sudden Iran will be a nuclear power and the world will be worst off for it. The only reason for saying they will not allow it is to appease our so called allies.

  4. I think its high time to help South Korea become an “island nation.” With a few drones spotting with lasers, North Korea could be “surgically removed.”

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