Kim Jong-Nam Murder Suspect May Have Thought She Was On Reality TV

In a story that just keeps getting stranger, there are claims today that at least one of the women implicated in the murder of Kim Jong-Nam, may have thought she was on a reality TV program when she sprayed him with poison. 

The half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un was killed this week at an airport in Malaysia, and two women have since been taken into custody in connection with what’s been called a political assassination. 
28-year-old Doan Thi Huong, from Vietnam, and 25-year-old Siti Aisyah, from Indonesia, are in custody after police identified them from CCTV footage at the airport; Aisyah’s Malaysian boyfriend has also been arrested.
Speaking to media overnight, Indonesia’s Vice President Jusuf Kala said that Aisyah may have thought that she was on a reality TV show when the alleged killing took place. 
“I think she is a victim of a victim, so there are layers of victims here,” he told media in Jakarta
It was reported earlier this week that the women may have been under the assumption that they were performing some kind of a “prank” when they allegedly poisoned the exiled North Korean.
Indonesian police chief Tito Karnavian has alleged that the two women were seen performing the “prank” on several other men at the airport prior to the alleged assassination, with spray bottles of water. He told reporters:

“Such an action was done three or four times and they were given a few dollars for it, and with the last target, Kim Jong-nam, allegedly there were dangerous materials in the sprayer. She was not aware that it was an assassination attempt by alleged foreign agents.”
The North Korean government is demanding the return of Kim Jong-am’s body, and have indicated that they will “categorically reject” the result of any autopsy carried out by Malaysian authorities. 
Source: ABC News / NY Post.
Photo: Yamaguchi Haruyoshi / Getty.