A suspect in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam “thought it was a joke”
A citizen of Indonesia, arrested on suspicion in murder of the brother of the leader of the DPRK, said that she was allegedly paid 400 MYR (about $ 90) that it “made fun of Kim Jong-Nam”.
City the ICU claims that she was asked to splash into the face of Kim Jong-Nam, she said, “baby oil”, as the draw in the reality show.
Embassy of Indonesia announced that representatives of the Department met with the suspect. According to them, she told them about the details of the incident, and described the people who allegedly asked her to play a joke on Kim Jong-Nam and was given a substance that resembled baby oil.
According to her, these people were similar to the Japanese or Koreans.
The Embassy officials said that the suspect have any visible traces of the action of toxic substances no.
Brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong UN died February 13 at the airport of Kuala Lumpur. Police believe he was killed by poison that was sprayed in his face. Kim Jong-Nam called an ambulance, but on the way to the hospital he died.
Earlier this week the investigation said that was the type of toxic substances. It is highly toxic VX nerve gas with a strong nerve action.
It is called the most toxic of all artificially synthesized, man-made chemicals.
VX gas is ranked as a UN chemical weapons of mass destruction. On suspicion in murder of Kim Jong-Nam was arrested a citizen of Indonesia, a Vietnamese citizen and a citizen of the DPRK.
Kim Jong Nam was the older brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN. They had each other half-brothers: they had a common father but different mothers.
Initially, he was considered one of the most likely successor to his father Kim Jong-Il. In 2001, however, they had conflict after Kim Jong Nam was arrested while trying to enter Japan on a fake passport. Since then, he has lived in China and other Asian countries.
The power was inherited by another son — Kim Jong-UN to lead North Korea after his father’s death in December 2011.
Kim Jong Us in the press criticized the regime in the DPRK, and the transfer of power in the country inherited.