North Korea is pretty pissed off at Sony Pictures, and it's not hard to understand why. Sony is putting out a comedy called The Interview, which centers on a pair of Americans attempting to assassinate NK leader Kim Jong-Un. It's not a coincidence that Sony was recently the victim of a cyberattack, which resulted in the leak of secret documents, employee social security numbers and even several unreleased films. North Korea seemed to be the perpetrator, and an internal document that has surfaced appears to confirm that fact.

Dorkly has obtained an EXCLUSIVE, super-legitimate draft of North Korea's demands, which are purportedly required for the safe return of Sony property. Some details may change before the letter is officially released, but here's what we're looking at right now: