A little more than a year after his father, “Dear Leader” Kim Jong-il, died of a heart attack, the Internet was awash in rumors that Kim Jong-Un had been assassinated in a military coup during a visit to Beijing. The report actually started on China’s version of Twitter, Sina Weibo, before taking off in the United States after a fake account labeled BBC Live News tweeted “Confirmed breaking news. North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un assassinated. Updates to follow.” He is, as far as we know, still alive and looking at things.
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