Malaysian authorities want to talk with the North Korean Embassy workers and employees of the airline as part of its investigation of the murder of Kim Jong-Nam.
Two suspects who are currently wanted worked in the North Korean Embassy in Malaysia, Malaysian inspector-General of police Khalid Abu Bakar said at a press conference on Wednesday. Kim Jong-Nam was the half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN. He died last Monday after he was poisoned while waiting for a flight from Kuala Lumpur to Macau.
In addition to Embassy staff employee of the airline, Malaysian authorities are looking for 5 North Korean suspects - four of whom they "strongly believe" he returned to Pyongyang. The fifth suspect, known as the 30-year-old Li Chi Yu, is still in Malaysia, police said.
Police said the North Korean authorities had not complied with the request to transfer the suspects in Pyongyang, or not offered help to help Malaysians. Relations between Malaysia and North Korea deteriorated, as investigators announced their suspicions of involvement in the murder of North Korea. The Ambassador of Malaysia in Pyongyang, Kang Chol, accused investigators in collusion with "hostile forces".
The police are trying to keep three suspects in custody longer for questioning. One of the suspects told the police that she did not know that was part of the murder. She thought that she participates in television shows.
But Malaysian authorities say that women have been trained, pointing to footage that appeared online. "These ladies were trained how to attack the person", - told investigators. Police believe the four suspects, who are now in Pyongyang gave a liquid Aisha and Huong.
Aisha did it first, and then Huong. They both then went to the bathroom to wash their hands, as they were instructed by four North Koreans. "They knew that the liquid was toxic," said the investigator.
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