Slain North Korean always had bodyguards in Malaysia, says friend


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  • Thursday, 16 Feb 2017

PETALING JAYA: The murdered Kim Jong-nam used to enjoy coming to Malaysia but always had bodyguards with him as he feared for his life, says a restaurant owner who knew him.

“I suspect he had a device to jam the CCTVs. Whenever I checked the cameras after he left, there would be nothing,” said Alex Hwang, a South Korean whose restaurant Jong-nam frequented.

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