Do you think you'd be okay speaking on camera?
So we can show you as Siti's friend?
But I want to protect my identity.What if people say,
"That girl is the friend of a murderer"?
We were friends. We liked to hang out.
We liked talking, eating, shopping.
Siti's really pretty and down to earth.
Somebody is having a baby...
She was always making jokes.
She's friendly and "happy go lucky."
Thank you. Buh-bye.
This is her last Facebook post.
The night before the murder,
Siti celebrated her birthday at Hard Rock Cafe.
Here we go!
One, two, three!
Happy birthday to you...
She seemed really happy.
We couldn't believe that she murdered someone the next morning.
We are back with an apparent assassination,
brazenly carried out at an international airport.
Kim Jong-nam, the half-brother of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un,
was murdered in Malaysia...
...the sudden and mysterious death of the half-brother
of the North Korean leader Kim Jong-un.
Kim Jong-nam was at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport
when he was reportedly poisoned.
...after he was sprayed in the face with a chemical.
...by two female assassins...
A cold-blooded execution,straight from a spy movie,
local media reports say.
Two femme fatale killers
poisoning a mysterious political figure with a chemical weapon.
Malaysian police said the poison used
was the deadly VX nerve agent.
...one of the fastest-acting fatal poisons that exists, according to scientists.
The U.S. and South Korea believe the murder
was an assassination organized by North Korean agents.
But North Korea denies involvement in the crime.
Tonight, little is known about the two women
who have just been arrested in connection with the murder.
Were the women trained assassins
or innocent pawns of North Korean agents?
I started covering the Kim Jong-nam murder trial
from day one, when the first news broke.
A reporter's job is to tell the world the truth.
But in Malaysia,the freedom of press is limited.
Most of the big media agencies
are owned by the government.
So, it's hard to get the truth out.
But, I am lucky that my media organization is not a local one.
So we are quite open with what we can publish.
It's one of those big stories that is a dream for a reporter to report on.
So around 9 AM, Kim Jong-nam walked
through this entrance to the terminal.
He was just alone. No one was with him.
And right behind this column,
there was one woman waiting for him.
This is Siti Aisyah,
the woman in a light gray shirt.
And from that way,
Doan Thi Huong was coming towards him.
She was wearing a white T-shirt that says "LOL."
So he was supposed to print out his boarding pass,
but before he was able to do that,
Kim Jong-nam was jumped by Siti Aisyah and Doan.
And they allegedly smeared VX chemical onto his face.
The women ran away.
And then from the CCTV footage you can clearly see that Kim Jong-nam was
making this gesture to police officers
that these two women came up to smear his face with a chemical.
And from there the police officers escorted Kim Jong-nam towards the clinic.
You can see that he is starting to limp,
like he has already been affected by something.
He was given medical attention,
but within an hour, he was dead.
Meanwhile, the two women,
they both went down to level 2 to the toilet
to wash their hands.
It seems to suggest that
they knew that the chemical on their hands
is something dangerous.
They have a certain
confidence in their walk.
Here is what I find interesting, because
she's walking and then she...
she looked into the CCTV camera.
As if challenging, you know?
Yeah, I just did that. So what?
Well, one thing is clear.
This is one of the most bizarre murder plots in decades.
It really is incredible,when you look at this woman,
who is acting in broad daylight.
Who are these women,
and do they work for the North Korean regime?
Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong
were charged with exposing the deadly nerve agent VX
to Kim Jong-nam's face.
Doan Thi Huong and Siti Aisyah were arrested
and now face the death penalty by hanging.
I didn't know at first.
ASRIA NUR HASAN:
I was at prayer.
Reciting Qur'an at a funeral.A friend had died.
And then I found out.
how could I, as a parent...
it felt like...
how could something like this happen?
What could have brought her to do such a thing?
I think she didn't know what she was doing.
If I asked her to do something,
she would do it.
That's the kind of person she is.
I've never actually seen this photo.
My obsession with North Korea goes back a long way.
I started covering North Korea in 2004.
And I have not stopped yet.
So, when the assassination happened,