September 2nd, 2014
11:23 PM ET

Inside CNN's interview with three Americans held prisoner in North Korea

In the last 24 hours, CNN was given access to three Americans being detained in North Korea. CNN's Will Ripley and his team were not told who they were going to interview when they were suddenly driven into Pyongyang. When they arrived, Will was given the opportunity to sit down with detained Americans Kenneth Bae, Matthew Miller and Jeffrey Fowle.

Terri Chung is Kenneth Bae's sister. He has been held by the North Koreans for nearly two years. She told Anderson that he doesn't look like himself, he has lost a ton of weight and he's clearly under a lot of strain.

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  1. volleyballnstuff

    Can we just leave the one prisoner who ripped up his AMERICAN visa to seek asylum in, of ALL places, North Korean there to rot in that prison? He made his bed, now let him sleep in it.

    September 7, 2014 at 9:43 am |

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