North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s brother Kim Jong-nam murdered in Malaysia
North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un’s half-brother Kim Jong-nam was killed mysteriously in Malayasia on Monday.
One version of Kim Jong-nam’s murder in Malaysia was that he was looking to board a flight to Macau from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport when a mysterious lady sprung up suddenly and covered Kim Jong-un’s brother’s face with a cloth that burnt his eyes.
Another version of Kim Jong-nam murdered is that the 46-year-old was injected with poisoned needles. The murder mystery of Kim Jong-nam is not being revealed much by Malaysia which has friendly terms with North Korea, a highly secretive country.
Kim Jong-nam has been reported to have died in the ambulance that was rushing him to a local hospital.
The lady murderer of Kim Jong-nam could easily escape. Other reports suggest that there could have been a two woman assasins and not just one.
North Korea has had a history of eliminating its citizens both home and abroad if they voice against the dictatorship. Kim Jong-nam who has been talking against his brother Kim Jong-un’s rule has met with the same fate.
The eldest son of the late North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il has been on the run from his home country after losing a leadership tussle with Kim Jong-un while using multiple passports to conceal his identity.
As per the US government, Kim Jong-nam murder in Malaysia was orchestrated by North Korean secret agents. Kim Jong-nam is said to have a playboy image.