KUALA LUMPUR, Mar 26 – The remains of North Korean citizen Kim Jong-nam was moved out from the the National Forensic Institute at the Kuala Lumpur Hospital today and was believed to brought to a crematorium in Cheras at the edge of the Malaysian capital to be cremated. A source told the reporters that the remain was carried out from the the National Forensic Institute and was transported in a white Toyota Vellfire at around 1.30pm.
Kim Jong-nam, 45, who is also the elder half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, was killed at Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) on Feb 13 when he was about to catch a flight to Macau. He was smeared a VX nerve agent on his face by two assailants, an Indonesian and a Vietnamese, who have been charged in court. He died while en-route to the Putrajaya Hospital.