Malaysian police detained a woman who, presumably, is related to the murder of Kim Jong-Nam, brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN. On Wednesday, 15 February, Facebook reported in the Malaysian news Agency Bernama.
The woman is a citizen of Myanmar. According to the police report, a copy of which is published in the Agency’s Twitter, her name is Doan thi Huong (Huong Doan Thi). She was captured at the airport of Kuala Lumpur. Other details, in particular her role in the crime, were not disclosed.
In addition, according to the Telegraph, arrested the taxi driver, who drove away from the airport of the alleged killers.
Earlier, the media published a photo of one of the participants of the attack on Kim was taken by a surveillance camera.
About the assassination of Kim Jong-Nam, on 14 February, reported South Korean Agency “Yonhap”. According to his version, the man in the airport attacked two women, armed with “poison needles”. Malaysian authorities later confirmed the identity of the victim of the attack.
In 2015, the media reported that another brother of North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Chul, disappeared after he was seen in London. The police was looking for him, as a statement about the disappearance, no one asked.
Kim Jong Us in 2001 left North Korea and has since lived abroad. He is the current North Korean leader half-brother. His mother, actress song Hye-rim, was not the official wife of the former head of state, Kim Jong-Il.