Two to be charged for klia2 murder

A sweep of klia2 for toxic chemicals gave the airport the all-clear. -- Bernama photo

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PUTRAJAYA — February 28, 2017: Two foreign women will be charged tomorrow for the murder of a North Korean at klia2 last February 13.

The women, one having an Indonesian passport and the other a Vietnamese passport, are alleged to have murdered Kim Jong-nam, estranged elder half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.

Attorney-General Tan Sri Mohamed Apandi Ali confirmed via a WhatsApp message today about the court case.

The woman with the Vietnamese passport has the name Doan Thi Huong while the one with the Indonesian document is known as Siti Aishah from Serang.

The Sepang magistrate’s court and also the district police headquarters continue to draw the attention of the media.

Jong-nam was at the airport to board a flight to Macau when women appeared and wiped his face with the palms of their hands which contained a poisonous liquid.

He sought help at the airport before being rushed to the Putrajaya Hospital but died on the way. He had come to Malaysia on February 6. — Bernama



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