Did you know who Kim Jong Nam was before he was assassinated? For many the answer is no. Sometimes a failed opposition figure is worth more dead than alive. I would not rule out the possibility that CIA assets have been used to make a martyr out of a failed opposition figure. Take for example; It may be what is needed to convince possible defectors that cooperation with the CIA is necessary, if they do not wish to meet the same fate as Kim Jong Nam, implying they will be next on Kim Kong-Un’s chopping block.
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The CIA is no moral superior to Kim Jong-il or Kim Jong-Un, their actions led to the rise of al-Qaeda & ISIS, their intelligence has pushed countries into needless wars at the cost of millions of innocent lives. One of their goals is to destabilize North Korea in hope of provoking regime change, this is done not to liberate North Korea, but in order to have no countries out of their control; their long term goal is full-spectrum dominance.
A senior Malaysian official says a second autopsy will be carried out on the half brother of the North Korean leader who was apparently assassinated at the Kuala Lumpur airport.
The official says the result of the first autopsy on Kim Jong Nam was inconclusive. He says the second one will take place Saturday.
The official spoke on condition of anonymity because he wasn’t authorized to speak to the media.
Earlier, North Korean Ambassador Kang Chol said Malaysia conducted the autopsy on Kim Jong Nam “unilaterally and excluding our attendance.” He says his government will reject any findings.
South Korea has accused its enemies in North Korea of dispatching a hit squad to kill Kim Jong Nam at the airport in Kuala Lumpur, saying two female assassins poisoned him and then fled in a taxi. daily-sun.com