[Those people who run Commie Governments are something else. When Truman told Doug MacArthur it was time for him to go, MacArthur left quietly and meekly although he did address the joint Congress in passing where he implied "Old soldiers never die, they just fade away" This Commie General got told to leave and what ensued was a gun battle that made the Aurora Theater Massacre look like a Sunday school picnic in comparison. Commies get set in their ways apparently and somehow get the idea that what they want is what's really best for the people, no matter what the people think. Foretaste of next November and January? Chosun Ibo is a reliable source. They tossed up a fantastic multipage photo spread when the South Koreans raised the Chonan, the frigate the North Koreans torpedoed a few years back ] "N.Korean Army Chief 'Refused to Go Quietly' Choe Ryong-hae (left) and Ri Yong-ho A gunbattle broke out when the North Korean regime removed army chief Ri Yong-ho from office, leaving 20 to 30 soldiers dead, according to unconfirmed intelligence reports. Some intelligence analysts believe Ri, who has not been seen since his abrupt sacking earlier this week, was injured or killed in the confrontation. According to government officials here, the gunbattle erupted when Vice Marshal Choe Ryong-hae, the director of the People's Army General Political Bureau, tried to detain Ri in the process of carrying out leader Kim Jong-un's order to sack him. Guards protecting Ri, who is a vice marshal, apparently opened fire. "We cannot rule out the possibility that Ri was injured or even killed in the firefight," said one source." The Chosun Ilbo (English Edition): Daily News from Korea - N.Korean Army Chief 'Refused to Go Quietly'