Accused Kim Jong-Nam killers will hang if guilty

Malaysian press reports indicate that Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong had been working as prostitutes before the slaying.
Tubby tyrant Kim Jong-Un is believed to be behind the murder.

Malaysian Attorney General Mohamed Apandi Ali told The Associated Press that the duo — Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong — will be charged with murder Wednesday.
Cops have also arrested a Malaysian and a North Korean. 

The two fame-seeking beauties have repeatedly told authorities they believed the murder was a prank as part of a TV show.

Kim Jong-nam was killed Feb. The estranged brother of North Korean despot Kim Jong-un died 20 minutes later. 13 after being wiped with a deadly poison at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

“For Aisyah, we will always provide legal assistance and advocacy to ensure her rights in accordance with applicable law,” said Lalu Muhammad Iqbal, director of citizen protection at Indonesia’s Foreign Ministry. “We have assigned lawyers who would accompany her during the process.”

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Friends and family of the pair were stunned at the charges, calling both “good-hearted” and “naive.”

The two party girls accused of assassinating North Korean dynasty member Kim Jong-nam will swing from the end of a rope if found guilty.
Both were paid a little under $100.

This combination of file handout pictures released by the Royal Malaysian Police in Kuala Lumpur on February 19, 2017 shows suspects Doan Thi Huong of Vietnam (L) and Siti Ashyah of Indonesia (R), who were detained in connection to the February 13 assassination of Kim Jong-Nam, the half brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un. (AFP PHOTO/Royal Malaysian Police)

He hastened to add that they will face a death sentence if convicted.

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