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Police Malaysia new arrest after murder of brother Kim Jong-un

Police Malaysia new arrest after murder of brother Kim Jong-un

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The Malaysian police Saturday announced that she is a 46-year-old North Korean man have been arrested in connection with the murder of Kim Jong-nam.

Kim Jong-nam is the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un and was on February 14, murdered on the airport of Kuala Lumpur.

Previously the police already have a woman with a Vietnamese passport, a Malaysian man and an Indonesian woman arrested in connection with the murder.

The body of Kim Jong-nam is still in a Malaysian mortuary where autopsy is performed and research is being done into the exact cause of death. The results of the study will take at least another two weeks.

North Korea has already requested the body to repatriate. Also let the country know the results of the Malaysian study, to reject it.

‘Half-brother Kim Jong-Un killed in airport’

Television show

One of the arrested women has after she was arrested, said that they by North Korean secret agents was convinced that she participated in a television show. They had the idea that they were present at a joke with a hidden camera. The head of the Indonesian national police, Tito Karnavian, said that the 25-year-old Indonesian woman approached the fee to join the ‘show’.

See also:
‘Suspicious murder brother Kim Jong-un thought to television show to do’

Discredit

Kim Jong-nam was the oldest son of the former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il. He came in discredit as the successor of the North Korean dictator after he in 2001, tried to start with a false passport to Japan to travel.There he would have wanted to bring to Disneyland.

In 2010, said Kim Jong-nam in an interview that he was an opponent of the North Korean succession.

Half-brother Kim Jong-un assassinated

A man leaves the hospital where the physical examination of Kim Jong-nam is being investigated.
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In this house lived one of the suspects of the murder before she was arrested.
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The murder dominated still the front pages of the newspapers.
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In this house would be Kim Jong-nam lived before he was murdered.
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