Doàn Thi Huong condamnée à trois ans et quatre mois de prison

01/04/2019 16:50 Lecourrier
La justice malaisienne a condamné lundi 1er avril la Vietnamienne Doàn Thi Huong à trois ans et quatre mois de prison pour “blessure volontaire avec des moyens dangereux” au lieu de “meurtre”.
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Doàn Thi Huong sur le chemin menant à la Haute Cour de Shah Alam, le 1eravril en Malaisie. Photo: EPA/VNA/CVN

Dans l’affaire de meurtre survenu en 2017 à Kuala Lumpur du ressortissant nord-coréen Kim Chol, la Vietnamienne Doàn Thi Huong était accusée de “blessure volontaire avec des moyens dangereux”. Elle a dit croire participer à une émission de télé-réalité et clamé son innocence.

Le juge Azmi Ariffin de la Haute Cour de Shah Alam, dans la banlieue de Kuala Lumpur lui a adressée ses félicitations après la lecture du verdict au procès auquel ont participé l’ambassadeur du Vietnam en Malaisie, Lê Quy Quynh, et le père de l’accusée, Doàn Van Thanh. Continue reading “Doàn Thi Huong condamnée à trois ans et quatre mois de prison”

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Vietnam Asks Malaysia to Free Woman Accused of Poisoning Kim Jong Nam


FILE - Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong (C) is escorted by police as she leaves the Shah Alam High Court after a hearing in Shah Alam, Malaysia, Nov. 7, 2018.
FILE – Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong (C) is escorted by police as she leaves the Shah Alam High Court after a hearing in Shah Alam, Malaysia, Nov. 7, 2018.
Vietnam called on Malaysia on Tuesday to free a Vietnamese woman accused in the 2017 murder of the North Korean leader’s half brother, a day after a Malaysian court dropped a similar charge against an Indonesian woman.

Vietnam’s Foreign Minister Pham Binh Binh, in a telephone call to his Malaysian counterpart Saifuddin Abdullah, asked Malaysia to “ensure a fair trial and free Vietnamese citizen Doan Thi Huong,” the government said in a statement. Continue reading “Vietnam Asks Malaysia to Free Woman Accused of Poisoning Kim Jong Nam”

Chaotic scenes at re-enactment of Kim Jong-nam killing

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Suspects Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong pushed around Malaysia’s Kuala Lumpur airport in wheelchairs

Kim Jong-nam: women accused of murder tour airport where he was killed – video

Two women accused of killing the North Korean leader’s half-brother made a chaotic three-hour tour of the Malaysian airport where the alleged crime took place. Continue reading “Chaotic scenes at re-enactment of Kim Jong-nam killing”

2 women plead not guilty to killing Kim Jong Nam

 
FILE PHOTO: Vietnamese Doan Thi Huong (L) and Indonesian Siti Aishah are seen in this combination picture from undated handouts released by the Royal Malaysia Police to Reuters on February 19, 2017. Royal Malaysia Police/Handout via Reuters/File Photo

KUALA LUMPUR: Two women accused of killing the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un pleaded not guilty to murder charges in a Malaysian court on Monday (Oct 2).

Indonesian Siti Aisyah and Doan Thi Huong, a Vietnamese, are charged with assassinating Kim Jong Nam by smearing his face with VX, a chemical poison banned by the United Nations, at Kuala Lumpur’s international airport on Feb 13. Continue reading “2 women plead not guilty to killing Kim Jong Nam”