How did VX get into Malaysia, asks expert

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VX cannot be transported that easily, said expert
 

American Intelligence expert Peter (Pierre) Cohen – now retired – said all the theories concerning the Kim Jon-Nam killing at the KLIA2 are wrong.

“All the theories are totally wrong. The Press is (as usual) lame and look at the framing of two innocent women. For what?” he said.

Why did the media not ask where did the plotters get access to the VX nerve gas, which is banned by the United Nations and is considered a weapon of mass destruction.

“How did NK transport VX gas to Malaysia ? VX cannot be mixed in viscous form. Where did (the plotters) get VX gas?” he asked.

Questions abound on how the two females, Doan Thi Huong from Vietnam and Doan Thi Huongfrom Indonesia, allegedly smeared deadly VX nerve agent on Mr Kim’s face in Kuala Lumpur airport on 13 February.

They were charged for the killing of Kim Jong-nam, the estranged half-brother of North Korea’s leader.

The two women allegedly said they did not know they were carrying a deadly weapon, thinking they were part of a TV prank.