Malaysian authorities released another indicted murder Kim Jong Nama at Kuala Lumpur airport in 2017. Doan Thi Huong accepted the prosecution’s offer and pleaded guilty to the crime of “causing injuries”.
A Vietnamese man, accused of murdering Kim Jong Nama, was released on bail. The information was also confirmed by foreign lawyers for foreign media. Last month, Doan Thi Huong accepted the bid of the Malaysian prosecutor’s office and admitted guilty of “causing injury”. Huong is supposed to fly back to Vietnam today. “Yesterday, I went to Doan to prison and gave her new clothes and a new pair of shoes,” one of her lawyers, Hisyam Teh Poh Teik, told the BBC. “She was extremely happy to let her go, she was happy to see her family again.”
In his book, Kim Jong Nam criticized the North Korean leader
Both accused were charged on February 13, 2017, that Kim Jong-Nama, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother, was poisoned at a Malaysia airport in Kuala Lumpur with a nerve-poison VX, classified as weapons of mass destruction. He died on his way to the hospital. He distanced himself from his family and spent most of his time in China and Singapore. He also spoke about the reign of his family hu in North Korea, and in his book criticized Kim Jong Una in 2012, saying he “lacks leadership skills”.Both defendants persistently denied the accusations of murder, claiming that they were misled – they meant that it was a matter of purely television libel. They claim that they are also innocent victims of the North Korean conspiracy. The official Pyongyang, however, refuses any involvement in the murder, but four men, allegedly North Koreans, are supposed to have fled the country on the day of the murder. After them, Interpol issued a “red alert”, which is equivalent to an international arrest warrant.
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