This 2002 photo provided by Cubby's BBQ owner Bobby Egan shows Egan, center, with a group of North Koreans displaying their catches during a fishing trip with off Long Island, N.Y Egan had a well-documented, decades-long friendship with North Korean diplomats posted to the United Nations in New York. His book about his experiences dealing with the North Koreans, called “Eating with the Enemy,” was optioned by HBO, and actor James Gandolfini was set to portray Egan in the film before his untimely death last month. (AP Photo/Courtesy Bobby Egan)

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This 2002 photo provided by Cubby's BBQ owner Bobby Egan shows Egan, center, with a group of North Koreans displaying their catches during a fishing trip with off Long Island, N.Y Egan had a well-documented, decades-long friendship with North Korean diplomats posted to the United Nations in New York. His book about his experiences dealing with the North Koreans, called “Eating with the Enemy,” was optioned by HBO, and actor James Gandolfini was set to portray Egan in the film before his untimely death last month. (AP Photo/Courtesy Bobby Egan)
This 2002 photo provided by Cubby's BBQ owner Bobby Egan shows Egan, center, with a group of North Koreans displaying their catches during a fishing trip with off Long Island, N.Y Egan had a well-documented, decades-long friendship with North Korean diplomats posted to the United Nations in New York. His book about his experiences dealing with the North Koreans, called “Eating with the Enemy,” was optioned by HBO, and actor James Gandolfini was set to portray Egan in the film before his untimely death last month. (AP Photo/Courtesy Bobby Egan)
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