Vietnamese Woman Sentenced For Kim Jong Nam Murder
A VIETNAMESE WOMAN WHO FACED A MANDATORY DEATH PENALTY FOR HER PART IN THE DEATH OF KIM JONG UN’S HALF-BROTHER HAS BEEN SENTENCED TO 3 YEARS AND 4 MONTHS IN PRISON, INCLUSIVE OF TIME SERVED
(CNN) – One of the women accused of murdering Kim Jong Un’s half-brother has escaped the death penalty, but not jail time.
Doan Thi Huong was accused of murdering the North Korean leader’s brother in 2017, by smearing poison on his face.
She has now accepted a plea deal, and will be released from prison May 5th.
Her alleged accomplice was released in early March after all charges were dropped against her.