Wednesday, February 15, 2017

After two women posing as Vietnamese tourists assassinated Kim Jung Un’s half-brother in Malaysia, North Korea is now trying to block Kim Jong-Nam’s autopsy.

Kim Jong-Nam, Kim Jong-Un’s half brother, was reportedly assassinated by two women posing as tourists at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The women grabbed him from behind and poisoned him. Some reports indicate the assassins “used a cloth doused in chemicals” that burned his face and eyes. Others indicate a needle was used to poison him. U.S. sources indicate a fountain pen might have been used.




North Korean officials were reported staking out the city morgue where Kim Jong-Nam’s body was taken after he died from poison on his way to the hospital. The Daily Mail notes the North Korean officials even ordered KFC as they waited.

While those official camped outside the morgue, others including North Korean ambassador, Kang Chol, attempted to convince Malaysian authorities to stop the autopsy and hand over the body.

Malaysian officials were not convinced of his arguments and refused to hand over the body and stop the autopsy.

They did arrest a woman, Doan Thi Huong, who police say was posing as a Vietnamese national. They are still searching for other suspects.


Malaysian authorities have released images of a woman suspected to be one of the assassins.

The taxi driver who drove the women to the airport has been arrested and he told police one of the women was Vietnamese.

South Korean officials believe Kim Jong-Nam was assassinated by a pair of female agents from Pyongyang.

Share with your friends and family to warn them about the absolute brutality of the North Korean regime under Kim Jung-Un!

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