The court will decide whether there is sufficient evidence to support a murder charge against Siti Aisyah from Indonesia and Doan Thi Huong from Vietnam, who are accused of the assassination of the half-brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Nam. They allegedly killed Kim using VX nerve agent in a brazen hit at Kuala Lumpur airport, although their families insisted they are innocent and should be set free. If there is, the trial — which started in October last year and has heard from dozens of prosecution witnesses — will continue with the court hearing the women’s defence. But if not, the judge may acquit the pair. The women arrived at the court in Sham Alam, outside Kuala Lumpur, under heavy police guard and wearing bullet proof vests, and were ushered past a pack of waiting journalists. Their families insist they did not carry out the Cold War-style killing that shocked the world, and are hopeful they will be acquitted, although state prosecutors believe they have a strong case. Huong “could never be a killer as she had always been a charming, hard-working girl”, Doan Van Thanh, the Vietnamese suspect’s father, told AFP at his home south of Hanoi…. Read full this story
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