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Women arrested for killing Kim Jong Un's half-brother


2017-02-16 02:44:48
Malaysian police has arrested two women for poisoning the half-brother of Kim Jong Un, North Korean dictator. One of the woman carried Vietnamise travel documents and the other one Indonasian passport. Whether they actually are from those countries, isn't hundred percent clear yet.

Kim Jong Nam was known for his gambling, drinking and, interesting family life, so initially it was suspected that North Korea might have dispatched its hit squad to assassinate the problematic half-brother.

Kim Jong Nam fell ill on Monday morning waiting to board a flight. He died soon after. Before his death he managed to tell the medical workers that he had been attached with a chemical spray. Autopsy was objected by North Korea, but was done anyway by Malaysian doctors.

While the current incident might or might not be the handwork for North Korean death squad, they have been trying to kill Kim Jong Nam for five years, according to South Korea's spy agency.




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