Two North Korean Ministry organized a plot to kill Kim Jong-Nam on the orders of his half-brother, North Korean leader Kim Jong-UN, said the intelligence Agency of South Korea.
Lawmakers in Seoul who were briefed by intelligence officials in the country, said Minister of foreign Affairs and the Ministry of national security of North Korea that was detained two suspects in the murder of Kim.
"The murder of Kim Jong-Nam was a systematic act of terror ordered by Kim Jong-UN," said a legislator of South Korea Byung-Kee in a televised address. "The operation was carried out with two groups." North Korea consistently denied any involvement in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam and accused South Korean media of publishing "false reports".
Kim Jong-Nam was poisoned by two women at the international airport of Kuala Lumpur, 13 February, at a time when waiting for boarding the plane in Macau, China. He died on the way to the hospital, less than 20 minutes, according to Malaysian researchers who said women attacked him with nerve substance.
Three suspects are in custody, including two women from Vietnam and Indonesia that were caught in this video, which shows how they attacked Kim. All four members of the murder fled to North Korea after the murder. A large group was with them, consisting of the North Korean Embassy staff and employees of the state airline.
The results of the autopsy Kim showed that he died within about 15 to 20 minutes after the attack, said the Minister of health Malaysia Dr. Subramaniam Sathasivam.
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