Brutal Graphic Footage Assassination of Kim Jong-Un’s Brother Emerges Online
An extraordinary video footage emerged Sunday showing North Korean leader Kim Jong-un’s half-brother being attacked by two women in a busy airport.
The grainy closed-circuit video appears to show a woman in a white shirt coming up from behind Kim Jong-nam and holding him as he stands in a crowded concourse at Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Malaysia, while another woman sprayed a toxic substance into his face.
In the blurry image, Kim, who shares the same father with Kim Jong-un, stumbled away and is later seen trying to explain to police the bizarre chain of events before dying, NYPost writes.
Dressed in a grey jacket and dark blue top, he managed to walk under his own power but died on his way to the hospital.
Watch the video below.
Kim was the eldest son of late North Korea ruler Kim Jong-il and was at one point considered the heir to the seat of power in Pyongyang.
He’d been living in exile for the past 10 years after he was caught trying to enter Japan to visit Disneyland in 2001 with a forged Dominican passport.
Malaysian police have so far arrested four people have been arrested in connection to the mysterious murder, including a woman with a white t-shirt that had the inscription, “LOL”.
North Korea however, says it cannot trust the Malaysian police investigation into the death of its leader’s half-brother.
“It has been seven days since the incident, but there is no clear evidence on the cause of death and at the moment we cannot trust the investigation by the Malaysian police” even though it has yet to conclude, Pyongyang ambassador to Malaysia, Kang Chol told reporters outside the embassy.
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