Lessons in loathing at North Korea’s museum to ‘US atrocity’

Exhibits at North Korea’s Sinchon Museum portray US troops committing a litany of atrocities in the area, their hands gnarled and their features twisted as they drive nails into their defiant victims’ heads, crush them to death, or cut off a woman’s breast. Regime propaganda insists US troops massacred more than 35,000 people during the Korean War.