Indonesian woman accused of murdering Kim Jong-Un half-brother is released
Mar 14, 2019
An Indonesian woman named Siti Aisyah is no longer facing charges for the murder of Kim Jong-Nam, the half brother of North Korea's leader, Kim Jong-Un. In 2017, Aisyah was in the company of another woman called Doan Thi Huonh, in the Kuala Lumpur Airport when North Korean operatives approached the women and told them to participate in a joke that consisted of throwing flour at Jong-Nam. After the women did so, Jong-Nam died in minutes, and both of them were accused of using nerve agent VX to murder him. When the women were questioned, they admitted to being instructed to attack Jong-Nam. Now, the charges against the women have dropped, and they have flown back to their homelands.