Kim Jong Nam murder trial: Stained underclothing, contracted students are indications of poisoning, states physician

Express News

By Associated Press|Released: 27th November 2017

The 2 females implicated of eliminating Kim Jong Nam: Indonesian Siti Aisyah (L) and Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong (R). (AP Photos).

SHAH ALAM: A Malaysian medical professional has actually affirmed in the trial of 2 ladies implicated of killing the separated half sibling of North Korea’s leader that the victim’s students contracted and his underclothing was stained with feces, both indications of poisoning.

Siti Aisyah of Indonesia and Doan Thi Huong of Vietnam, the only suspects in custody, pleaded innocent at the start of their trial on October 2.

They were implicated of smearing the prohibited VX nerve representative on Kim Jong Nam’s face at a congested airport in Kuala Lumpur on February 13, eliminating him within 2 hours.

Nurliza Abdullah, a federal government medical professional who carried out the autopsy on Kim’s body, informed the court Monday that the student tightness and the big excrement discovered in Kim’s underclothing both indicated poisoning.