Few people make it out of North Korea's infamous prison camps alive, but Kim Kwang-il did, after six years. His sketches, published in a damning UN report on North Korean atrocities, show the hideous conditions and treatment that the UN high commissioner on human rights called "crimes against humanity."
Trapped in cages built for animals. Beaten, chained and forced to eat snakes and rats. Those are some of the images depicted in a series of sketches by a North Korean man held prisoner in a concentration camp for six years -- drawings that underscore the brutality of a regime that has practiced tortured on its people, undeterred, for years.