Jong-nam murder: Accused women appear in court under heavy guard

Bernama

SEPANG: Two women charged with murdering North Korean Kim Jong-nam were today brought to the Sepang Court Complex here under heavy guard for re-mention of their case.

The duo arrived in two separate four-wheel-drive convoys escorted by Special Task Force On Organised Crime (Stafoc) personnel wearing black masks and uniforms, accompanied by traffic and patrol police officers.

The first convoy, transporting Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong, arrived at around 7.50am, while the second, carrying Indonesian Siti Aisyah, arrived 10 minutes later.

Members of the media were not able to get a glimpse of the women, as they were immediately led to the rear of the court building, which is off limits to the public.