Hunzicker's Suicide Steve Krueger of member station KPLU in Tacoma, Washington, reports on the apparent suicide of Evan Hunziger. Hunziger was held for months by North Korean officials after begin accused of spying. Hunziger claimed he was spreading the gospel. He was released in November and returned home but was found today dead of a gunshot wound.
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Steve Krueger of member station KPLU in Tacoma, Washington, reports on the apparent suicide of Evan Hunziger. Hunziger was held for months by North Korean officials after begin accused of spying. Hunziger claimed he was spreading the gospel. He was released in November and returned home but was found today dead of a gunshot wound.