Leaked CCTV footage shows the North Korean leader’s half-brother being killed by female assassins in a busy Kuala Lumpur airport on February 13
The ‘female hit squad grab Kim Jong-nam by the neck from behind and spray him in the face with poison’
Moments later he drops dead at Malaysian airport departure lounge
Malaysian authorities arrested 26-year-old Malaysian Muhammad Farid Bin Jalaluddin, the Vietnamese ‘LOL Assassin’ Doan Thi Huong, 28, Ri Jong Chol, and 25-year-old Indonesian assassin Siti ‘nice girl’ Aisyah
Malaysian police Sunday, released photos of four North Korean men for their involvement in the assassination
Ri Ji Hyon, 33, Hong Song Hac, 34, O Jong Gil, 55 and Ri Jae Nam, 57, allegedly entered Malaysia on separate days between Jan 31 and Feb 7 and fled on Feb 13, same day Jong-nam was murdered.
Malaysian cops also looking for another three males as persons of interest, including one Ri Ji U, who also goes by the name ‘James
CCTV at a taxi rank caught images of the team of assassins
The assassination video has been leaked
The footage begins with Kim Jong-nam, half-brother of North Korea’s tyrant Kim Jong-un, standing in a busy concourse at Kuala Lumpur airport in Malaysia, MalaysiaKini reports.
The footage then becomes blurry as apparent female assassins circle the man believed to be the dissident North Korean – who was notorious for speaking out against his crackpot half-brother’s brutal regime.
A woman in a white sleeved top appears to reach both of her arm’s around Jong-nam’s face before spraying him with a liquid.
Kim Jong-nam apparently alive and well, in the light grey jacket, was seen inside the Kuala Lumpur airport lounge on February 13 moments before the assassins struck
Jong-nam identified as wearing a light grey jacket is seen walking through Monday morning airport traffic, was found dead shortly after the footage was recorded at Kuala Lumpur airport on February 13. In the cctv video, a woman in a white top creeps up behind him.
The unnerving footage shows a woman in a white top creep up behind the man and appear to spray something in his face. Mission accomplished, the alleged assassin calmly strolls away after the surprise attack in the busy airport.
She calmly walks away through an oblivious crowd of people.
The assassin calmly strolls away after the surprise attack in the busy airport
Minutes after he was sprayed by the female assassin, Kim Jong-nam is dead in an armchair
The team of assassins arrested by Malaysian authorities: [Top, L-R]Muhammad Farid Bin Jalaluddin, the Vietnamese ‘LOL Assassin’ Doan Thi Huong.
Bottom [L-R] Ri Jong Chol, Indonesian assassin Siti ‘nice girl’ Aisyah,
After the death of Jong-nam on Monday, February 13, images emerged of one of his suspected killers wearing a white top with “LOL” written on it.
The disturbing and upsetting footage has since claimed to show Jong-nam, who was once tipped to become the Supreme Leader of North Korea, walking through the airport seeking help in the final seconds of his life.He appears to be telling armed police that he has been sprayed in the face with something.
The footage has emerged after two female members of the killer squad, Indonesian masseuse Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese entertainment worker Doan Thi Huong were arrested over the death of Kim Jong-nam.
He walked through Kuala Lumpur airport before alerting armed police to what had happened
The man appears to be telling airport staff he has been the victim of a spray attack
Kim Jong-nam is seen walking through a concourse with two security men, in the dying moments of his life
The man in the light grey jacket appears to be telling airport staff he has been the victim of an attack.
He walked through Kuala Lumpur airport before alerting armed police to what had happened. Finally, Kim Jong-nam is seen walking through a concourse in the dying moments of his life. A short while later he was dead.
This image released of one of a female suspects her wearing a “LOL” top, turned out to be of the Vietnamese, Doan Thi Huong
The two women have been arrested along with Muhammad Farid Bin Jalaluddin, who is Malaysian, and the only North Korean to be detained Ri Jong Chol.
Malaysian cops have also released grainy images of four suspected North Korean operatives being sought over the apparent murder.
Malaysian authorities, Sunday police released photos of four North Korean men wanted for involvement in Jong-nam’s murder: Ri Ji Hyon, 33, Hong Song Hac, 34, O Jong Gil, 55 and Ri Jae Nam, 57, who all entered Malaysia on separate days between Jan 31 and Feb 7.
They are believed to have fled Malaysia on Feb 13, the same day Jong-nam was murdered. Malaysian authorities said they are also looking for another three males to assist investigations, including one Ri Ji U, who also goes by the name ‘James’. The names of the other two remain unknown but their identities are being established. Police are said to be in possession of their photographs.
The North Korean operatives wanted in connection with the assassination of Kim Jong-nam
Top: Ri Ji Hyon, Hong Song Hac. Bottom: O Jong Gil, Ri Jae Nam
Malaysian authorities said they are also searching for three more male suspects including the two in the photographs.
Kim Jong-nam was the son of North Korea’s notorious late dictator Kim Jong-il – but he has a different mother to his tyrannical sibling Kim Jong-un.
Jong-nam had been tipped to inherit the top job from his father, but his failed attempt to enter Tokyo Disneyland in May 2001 is said to have soured his relationship with the diminutive despot.
Korean dictator Kim Jong-un. His older half brother was assassinated at Kuala Lumpur airport, Jan 13
He was exiled from North Korea in 2003 and became an occasional critic of his family’s regime.
Jong-nam who it is alleged mouthed the words “very painful, very painful, I was sprayed with liquid” before his orchestrated death on Monday, February 13,has been portrayed as a playboy who loved gambling and visiting casinos where he lived in Macau.
In a 2012 book he said he believed his brother Kim Jong-un lacked leadership qualities, but emphasized that he had no desire to lead the country himself.
While Malaysian cops are awaiting the result of an autopsy that was conducted on Wednesday to determine Jong-nam’s exact cause of death, South Korea has said it believes North Korea is behind his killing.