Video surfaces showing Kim Jong Nam’s assassination
Chilling video footage emerged Sunday, showing the moment female assassins fatally poisoned the half-brother of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un.
The grainy closed-circuit video captured a woman in a white shirt coming up from behind Kim Jong-nam at Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia and holding him while another woman sprayed a toxic substance into his face.
Kim, who shares the same father with the ruthless despot Jong-un, stumbled away and is later seen trying to explain to police the bizarre chain of events before dying.
He was able to walk under his own power but died on his way to the hospital.
Kim was the eldest son of late ruler Kim Jong-il and was at one point considered an heir to the North Korean dictatorship.
But he had been living in exile since a humiliating 2001 incident in Japan when he tried to enter the nation with a forged Dominican passport. He wanted to visit Disneyland in Japan.
So far, four people have been arrested in connection to the mysterious slaying, including a woman seen on video in a white shirt – which had the letters “LOL” on the front.