A security footage allegedly showing the assassination of Kim Jong Nam, the half-brother of North Korea’s leader Kim Jong Un, has emerged on YouTube.

The clip shows a man, who is believed to be the victim, walking into the crowded lobby of Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (klia2). He can be seen looking at flight schedules before moving to a self check-in kiosk. Then, 2 women approach him from opposite directions.

Source: YouTube screenshot

A woman in a white top, who resembles arrested suspect Doan Thi Huong, reaches over his head from behind and covers his face with a cloth. A few seconds later, both women are seen walking away quickly and calmly.

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The next scene shows the 46-year-old North Korean seeking help from 2 airport employees at the information counter. The female personnel then takes him to 2 policemen in uniform and he tries to explain the attack using hand gestures. After that, the policemen accompany him to the airport clinic.

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According to previous reports, Kim Jong Nam’s attack happened at around 9am on Monday (13th February) as he was catching a 10am flight to Macau. The victim, who had not gone through immigration yet, experienced a mild seizure at the clinic and was rushed to Putrajaya Hospital. Unfortunately, he didn’t make it.

So far, police have arrested 4 people carrying IDs from North Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Vietnam. Deputy national police chief, Noor Rashid Ibrahim, also confirmed that 4 North Korean suspects, who flew out of Malaysia the day Kim Jong Nam died, were on the run.

Sources: NST, The Star, SMH, News.com.au.

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