Malaysian Police Arrests Second Suspect In Kim Jong Nam Death

Kuala Lumpur: the Malaysian security forces have taken in custody another woman as suspect in the death of Kim Jong Nam, who was the half brother of North Korea’s leader, reportedly killed by two female assassins when he was waiting for a flight in Malaysia.


The Malaysian police arrested these two suspects but separately as first one was detained on Wednesday and another on early Thursday, though security forces identified them with the help of CCTV recordings from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, where Jong Nam pair of female met them and after some time he fell down on early hours of 13 February, while died during rushed to the medical center.

However, after getting strong information by secret sources, Malaysian police raided suddenly on Thursday to arrest a woman who has an Indonesian passport, identified as Siti Aishah, 25, officials told media.

Before that, police had taken in custody a suspect on Wednesday, who held Vietnamese travel documents carrying identity the 28-year-old Doan Thi Huong. Although, police launched its raids after collecting accurate identifications of these two suspects by using CCTV video footage from Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Nonetheless, the CCTV video poses second suspect wears a skirt and long-sleeved white T-shirt having text “LOL” across the front. Police have no instant method to figure out whether these suspects’ identifications were real or the pair of female was deemed to be the supposed murderers.

If latest reports are to be believed medical workers have announced completion of an autopsy on late hours of Wednesday, but they have no right to make results public as it against the investigation rules.

Although, there were speculations circulating on since Kim Jong Nam murdered, these assassins were dispatched by North Korea, believed to be hostility. Even though, Jong Nam known for drinking, gambling habits.

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