Woman accused of killing Kim Jong Nam released from prison

A Vietnamese woman accused of killing Kim Jong Un’s half-brother with a nerve agent was headed dwelling Friday after serving time behind bars for the stunt.

Doan Thi Huong’s launch from a Malaysian prison caps the two-year case — which suggests it’s in all probability no person will ever be convicted inside the brazen, broad-daylight assassination of Kim Jong Nam.

In a shocking switch, prosecutors dropped murder bills in the direction of Huong and her co-defendant, Indonesian Siti Aisyah, who was released from custody in March.

The two women have been accused of smearing deadly VX nerve agent on Kim Jong Nam’s face at Kuala Lumpur International Airport on Feb. 13, 2017.

Huong, 30, sought to be acquitted nevertheless prosecutors denied her request. She pleaded accountable closing month to a decreased price of inflicting hurt and was sentenced to 40 months in prison from the day of her arrest, Feb. 15, 2017. She was released early for good habits.

Four North Koreans who fled Malaysia the day Kim was killed have been named as co-conspirators nevertheless are often not in custody.

Malaysian officers in no way formally accused North Korea and have made it clear they didn’t want the case politicized.

Huong and Aisyah claimed they thought they’ve been taking part in a harmless prank for a TV current. But early on, authorities insisted every women knew they’ve been taking part in a high-profile murder — making their decision to not pursue murder bills far more puzzling.

Huong’s lawyer, Hisyam Teh Poh Teik, talked about Huong visited an immigration office and may fly once more to Hanoi later Friday. At her sentencing closing month, he instructed the courtroom she plans to “sing and act” when she returns to Vietnam.

“She was smiling from ear to ear. She is looking forward to return home to meet her family and friends,” he instructed the Associated Press after meeting her at a prison Thursday.

Kim, 46, was the eldest son inside the current period of North Korea’s ruling family. He had been residing abroad for years nevertheless could have been seen as a threat to Kim Jong Un’s rule.

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