In Malaysia, called suspected of involvement in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam
MOSCOW, November 6 — RIA Novosti. Malaysian police released the names of suspects of involvement in the murder of the brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong UN in Malaysia, reports Malaysian Insight.
As writes the edition, 57-year-old Lee Jae-Nam (Ri Jae-nam), formerly known as Hanamori, 34-year-old Hong son-ha (Mr. Chang), 33-year-old Lee Chi Hyun and the 57-year-old Oh Jung-keel arrived separately to Malaysia for a few weeks before the murder.
According to the publication, they arrived in Malaysia in the period from 31 January to 7 February.
A citizen of North Korea with passport in the name of Kim Chul died in the airport of Kuala Lumpur on February 13. Police found on his skin the traces of the nerve agent VX, are prohibited under the international Convention on chemical weapons. South Korea from the very beginning claimed that the victims were Kim Jong-Nam, later this was confirmed by the examination. Responsibility for the murder of US laid on the government of the DPRK.