Kuala Lumpur – One of the four men being hunted Malaysian Police linked the murder of Kim Jong-nam, stepbrother leader of North Korea (Korea) Kim Jong-Un, was caught. This man was caught carrying North Korean passport when arrested.
As reported by local media Malaysia, The Star, Saturday (18/02/2017), this man was arrested in a police raid at a condominium in Jalan Kuchai Lama, Kuala Lumpur, on Friday (17/2) night at around 23:00 local time.
The identity of the man has not been released to the public. But reported she was 47 years old and caught hold North Korean passport when arrested.
With the arrest of the man North Korean passport, so far there are four people detained Malaysian police on the investigation of sudden death Jong-Nam. Three others were arrested in advance is a woman passports on behalf of Vietnam Doan Thi Huong (28), an Indonesian woman named Aisha (25) and a Malaysian man named Muhammad Farid Jalaluddin (26) who is the girlfriend Aisha.
The new fourth person arrested is believed to be one of the four men who were wanted by the police for allegedly deceive Doan and Aisha. CCTV footage Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) on February 13 showed Jong-Nam was attacked by two women allegedly Doan and Siti, before he fell ill and died while on the way to hospital.
Four men whose identity is unknown, it is believed by the Malaysian police as the ‘brains’ behind the murder of Jong-Nam. They are alleged to deliberately deceive both female suspects for the attack Jong-Nam, on the pretext of ‘joke’ for comedy, which turns out is the practice of murder.
Three other men are still being hunted Malaysian Police.