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Kuala Lumpur, capital of Malaysia: scene of one of the most audacious assassinations in history. The killers: two young women who say they were just part of a prank show. Controlled by a network of North Korean secret agents. The victim: the half-brother of the dictator of North Korea. And behind the assassination, a global web of arms dealing and money laundering for North Korea’s ruling family. This World: North Korea: Murder in the Family, BBC 2017
The dead man was travelling on a North Korean diplomatic pastport with the name Kim Chol. ibid.
‘Using the most toxic nerve agent ever created: VX agent.’ ibid.
Little is known about the two women who have just been arrested in connection with the murder. Assassins, news, Sky Documentaries 2021
So, around 9 a.m. Kim Jonh-nam walked through entrance to the terminal. He was just alone. No-one was with him. And right behind this column there was one women waiting for him. This is Siti Aisyah, the women in a light gray suit. And from that way, Doan Thi Huong was coming towards him … They allegedly smeared VX chemical on to his face. The women ran away. ibid. reporter
Why did you allow such important witnesses to go back to North Korea? ibid.
They knew that the liquid placed on their hands were toxic substances. ibid. trial judge
Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia, February 13th 2017: Kim Jong-un’s brother enters the terminal unaware that two female assassins are also at the airport. North Korea: Inside the Mind of a Dictator: The Murder of King Jong-un’s Brother, Youtube short 7.51, 2021
This time it isn’t baby oil but a deadly nerve agent. As Kim Jong-un’s brother heads for his flight, the two women make their move. ibid.
The operation plays out like a Cold War spy caper. There are lookout men. A chemist to handle the nerve agent. A getaway driver. And a team-leader codenamed Grandpa. ibid.
Kim Jong-un’s troublesome older brother was no more. ibid.