"Masked knivmän stormed the Korean embassy in Madrid."
"They fled with computers and hard drives – which now has ended up with the FBI."
"the Theft could lead to north korea's digital encryption will be cracked."
"the Intrusion on the embassy on 22 February – just days before Donald Trump's fruitless meeting with Kim Jong-un in Vietnam – was refined."
"Ten masked men, armed with, among other knives, iron pipes and machetes, assaulted staff at the embassy and tried to persuade an official to give up."
"the Police was alerted by an employee who escaped through a window, but when the patrols came up, they caused themselves to be deceived by the inkräktarnas leaders. He said that he worked at the embassy and that everything was under control, says the New York Times with reference to the Spanish domstolsdokument."
"the Invaders were led by Adrian Hong Chang, 35. He is described by El Pais as a north Korean ledosoldat living in the united states and also have mexican passports. Chang owns several shady businesses and is reported to have close contact with different intelligence services."
"Several media outlets have reported that the secretive north Korean dissidentgruppen Cheollima Civil Defense was behind the attack. The organization, also known under the name of Free Joseon, has in a statement denied that any violence was used, but according to the Spanish prosecutor, was the staff at the embassy, both beaten and fastbuden with bags over the head."
"Adrian Hong Chang and the other the invaders escaped in the embassy of their own cars. The day after he flew to Portugal and from there on to New York. Where he took, according to the Spanish prosecutor, in contact with the FBI and offered them the stolen material from the embassy."
"Now say NBC that the FBI jumped at the proposal, and have received the computers, hard drives and digital files."
"According to Thae Yong Ho, a defecting north Korean diplomat, the invaders have come over the encryption used in the diplomatposten between Pyongyang and foreign embassies."
"”Krypteringsutrustningen considered more important than human life and a loss of them would be a hard blow for the regime, writes Yong Ho on his website."
"Lee Wolosky, a lawyer representing Cheollima Civil Defense, said to NBC that the Spanish prosecutors drawn several erroneous conclusions of what happened at the embassy. He also criticises the prosecution for having named several of the invaders."
"– They are in opposition to the Kim regime that routinely executes its opponents. It was irresponsible to go out with their name publicly, and putting these people in unnecessary danger."