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>> Wearing bullet-proof vests and under armed guard, the women accused of murdering Kim Jong-Nam were taken back to the scene of the alleged crime. The court outing touring the Malaysian airport where the half brother of North Korea's leader died. Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Vietnamese Doan Thi Huon Have been charged with murdering Nam.
It's claimed they smeared his face with a chemical nerve agent, VX. But defense lawyers maintain the women thought they were part of a reality TV prank, claiming they were enlisted by a man at the airport, and didn't know they were handling poison. The visit to Kuala Lampur Airport was requested by the defense in response to CCTV footage already seen in court.
The trial judge leading the way accompanied by some 200 police and dozens of journalists. But in what became a three-hour visit, concerns were raised for the defendant's well-being. After complaints about the weight of their body armor, both were put in wheelchairs. South Korean and US officials say Kim Jung Un's regime is behind the death.
Nam had been living in exile after taking a critical line on his family.