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Trial may shift focus to North Korea in Kim Jong Nam's murder

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Malaysia’s high-profile trial of two women accused of killing the estranged half brother of North Korean leader has gone into recess until next year.

Indonesia’s Siti Aisyah, 25, and Vietnam’s Doan Thi Huong, 29, are accused of smearing a nerve agent on Kim Jong Nam’s face in a crowded airport terminal in Kuala Lumpur on Feb. 13. The two are the only suspects in custody, though prosecutors have said four North Koreans who have since fled the country were also involved.

Prosecutors have focused on proving the women’s guilt but shied away from scrutinizing any political motive behind the killing. Defense lawyers, who say their clients were duped into carrying out the attack, will look to shift that focus when the trial resumes Jan. 22.


Interesting trial date.....

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Oh the drama! The dance of destruction. The CIA knows how to dance along to it well. I think it is still bigger though, and by that I simply mean even they only take orders (For the most part)

7 minutes ago, Cinnamon said:

This has the stink of CIA all over it. 


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Listened to some psychics predictions for the coming future into 2018 (not remote viewing), dude claimed that Kim Jong Un will lose power very soon, either forced out, and probably goes into hiding, he said possibly killed too.  CIA is more likely involved in this matter -- the poisoning event, knowing the nerve agent used, something only a nation power could produce most likely.

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Guess I'm missing something here. Why would the CIA take him out? He was the heir apparent to the Kim dynasty, until he became an embarrassment to dear old Dad who considered him the closest thing to a capitalist NK had ever produced. Or more so Jong Un's mother who wanted her son to take charge instead of Jong Nam.

And let's not forget. He bounced between Beijing and Macau during his exile and China went to great lengths to protect him while he was in their country. At the time of his death, there was a lot of speculation that China was preparing to <ahem> remove Jong Un from power and escort Jong Nam into Pyongyang.

I know this doesn't dovetail with everyone's suspicions that the CIA was behind this. Just offering an alternative possibility.

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