Who's Next? North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un's Brother Assassination Video

02-20-2017

An extraordinary footage that allegedly shows Kim Jong-un's half-brother being attacked by two women in a busy airport has been leaked. A woman is seen in the CCTV footage spraying a liquid on Kim Jong-nam's face as he stands in a crowded concourse at the Airport in Kuala Lumpur.

Kim Jong-nam is seen dressed in a grey jacket and a dark blue top as he's circled by at least two women shortly before the attack happened.

Malaysia Kini reported that a woman wearing a white top reaches her arm around Jong-nam's face shortly before spraying him with a liquid. The woman then calmly, but quickly walks away. The leaked footage shows Jong-nam walking with staff to the airport health clinic. However, moments after the unfortunate incident, Jong-nam was reported dead.

Reports from The Sun pointed out that the chilling footage emerged after Indonesian female masseuse Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese entertainment worker Doan Thi Huong were arrested over the death of Kim Jong-nam. Mihammad Farid Bin Jalaluddin, who is Malaysian and a North Korean man by the name of Ri Jong Chol, were arrested alongside the women.

Kim Jong-nam's death took place on the 13th of February as he was preparing to fly to Macau. The autopsy results could take up to a week before being released and they'll definitely prove beyond reasonable doubt whether Kim Jong-nam was poisoned. He's body remains under police protection until the autopsy is concluded.

In the meantime, the Malaysian police have stepped up the hunt for those responsible for Kim Jong-nam's death. The police have revealed that they are looking for four North Korean men who flew out of Malaysia the same day that Kim Jong-nam died.

The authorities have been trying to piece together the details of what appeared to be an assassination. Four people have so far been arrested by the Malaysian police, the four were confirmed to have been on the run as they were carrying IDs from North Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia and Vietnam.

The late Kim Jong-nam was once considered to be the likely successor to take over from his father. His father, Kim Jong-il had three sons with two women and a daughter. In 2001, Kim Jong-nam fell severely out of favor after attempting to visit Japan on a fake passport revealing he wanted to head to Disneyland. The incident brought enormous shame on the Kim's family who saw it as a major embarrassment. He was also known as a playboy due to his vice for gambling, drinking and women.

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