Trivana News | Plans Kill Kim Jong-nam Do in Cambodia – The entire planning of the murder of Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un made in Cambodia. Planning involves the citizens of Indonesia Siti Aisyah, Doan Thi Huong Vietnamese nationals, and three North Koreans are still hunted by Malaysian police and Interpol.
Citing Yonhap news agency reported South Korea, three North Koreans were planning to assassinate Kim Jong-nam has not been identified. However, the Malaysian police have named seven suspects North Koreans were involved in the murder of Kim Jong-nam.
Plans Kill Kim Jong-nam Do in Cambodia
But in recruitment, three North Koreans who hunted separately Malaysian police made efforts affect Siti and Doan to be involved in their plans. The trio then trains Siti and Doan in Cambodia.
According to Yonhap, the suspect allegedly Rhi Ji-Hyon, boys Ri Hong, a former North Korean ambassador in Hanoi, Vietnam’s Doan persuaded to get involved in a plot to kill Kim Jong-nam.
Rhi himself stayed in Vietnam for about 10 years. He worked as a diplomat and translator.
Rhi and Ri Jae-nam, other suspects in the case of Kim Jon-nam, believed to have been to Vietnam last December to look for Vietnamese nationals who might be used to kill Kim Jong-nam.
After successfully persuading Doan, the two suspects North Korea was left with Doan to Cambodia to do the exercises. While Doan is believed to have thought the exercise was to show event.
As for Siti Aisyah, was persuaded by O Jong-gil, other suspects, to participate in planning to kill Kim Jong-nam. O Jong-gil was known to have served in the North Korean Embassy in Indonesia.
Siti then participates in conducting training for designing the murder of Kim Jong-nam in Cambodia. But Siti and Doan undergo training in different location in Cambodia.
Kim Jong-nam was poisoned when will fly to Macau from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, KLI2 on February 13, 2017.
Not yet known for sure about the reasons motives to kill Kim Jong-nam.
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