Indonesian Woman Suspect In Kim Jong Nam’s Murder Reveals Was Paid For Prank

April 17, 2023 5:37 pm37 commentsViews: 212

One of the suspects in the murder of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s half-brother said was paid $90 for a prank.

The Indonesian woman, Siti Aisyah, said to Indonesia’s deputy ambassador to Malaysia, Andriano Erwin, in a 30-minute meeting that she did not want her family to get sad and see her in custody.

Kim Jong Nam was killed using the world’s most deadliest man-made lethal chemical weapon VX at Kuala Lumpur airport on February 13 and two women, including Aisyah, were later discovered to have went up behind him and smeared something onto his face.

The other suspect is a Vietnamese woman. She too is in custody.

The 25-year-old further added she was duped into the attack, but Malaysian police said both the women knew what they were doing.

It is speculated the North Korea had dispatched a hit squad to the country to kill the estranged elder half-brother of Kim.

Even though Nam was not a political threat to North Korean ruler sibling, but he may have been a potential rival in the dynastic dictatorship of the country.

However, Malaysia has not yet accused North Korean government directly in the assassination, but it is learned for North Korean men provided VX chemical weapon to the two women. Shortly after the murder the four men fled Malaysia.

VX is highly lethal and just a microscopic amount is enough to kill a man.


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