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N Korea: Heart attack, not nerve agent, killed Kim Jong Nam

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Didn't NK said the dead man is not Num? When it lies, it has to be consistent. Now it says heart attack and medical record. It was revealing Numb is the dead man by saying heart attack.

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A North Korean envoy rejected a Malaysian autopsy finding that VX nerve agent killed Kim Jong Nam, saying Thursday the man probably died of a heart attack because he suffered from heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure. Malaysia dismissed the claim.

How would they know? The North Koreans didn't do any autopsy on the body, They can examine the body from a far? So who are they trying to kid? These people are too funny.

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A heart attack brought on by exposure to nerve agent.........

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Why ,Kim Jung Uh-Oh is one of the kindest,,most generous men I've ever known ,,,, NOT!

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A North Korean envoy rejected a Malaysian autopsy finding that VX nerve agent killed Kim Jong Nam, saying Thursday the man probably died of a heart attack because he suffered from heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure.

Does the world really look that stupid?

Both say they were duped into thinking they were playing a harmless prank.

Again do we look that stupid?

North Korea does not acknowledge that it was Kim Jong Nam who died. Instead, it refers to the victim as Kim Chol, the name on the diplomatic passport he was carrying. Malaysia has confirmed that the victim was Kim Jong Nam.

Well if it wasn't Porky Pig's Big brother that was killed, why does the regime care so much about the body? And if he was some random NK dude who died from a heart attack, surely Porky Pig's regime wouldn't be putting up such a stink.

So for the 3rd and final time, Does the world really look that stupid?

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How would they know? The North Koreans didn't do any autopsy on the body, They can examine the body from a far? So who are they trying to kid? These people are too funny.

Definitely, am really wondering how these guys are thinking, they seriously think they can be taken seriously coming up with that ?! It's just ridiculous.

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Kim Jong Un has done what nobody else has ever done in the history of JT: brought certain posters over to the correct side of an argument! Quite an achievement...

This Ri guy must have been studying Sean Spicer's methods for disseminating lies. And about as effective.

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This "fake news" stuff is spreading quickly. Obviously the images of the women in gloves rubbing something on his face was fake - probably a CNN job. And the traces of a nerve agent were actually traces of hand cleanser that random strangers regularly rub into the face of travellers at Malaysian airports. It's a health thing that all Malaysians take part in. Keeps the country clean and safe.

Glad that's been cleaned up. Pun and all.

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>A heart attack brought on by exposure to nerve agent.........

So....natural causes.

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Imagine the paranoia it takes to kill off your relatives. It's pretty sick. Then imagine the fear of living under that regime. The U.S. has probably a renewed interest in just where in N.K. Ethyl N-2 Di-Isopropylaminoethyl Methylphosphonothiolate is being manufactured.

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Go Malaysia!!!

Still, it feels weird congratulating any country for doing what they are supposed to do.

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Well news this is they must have done this themselves as to suggest this

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I wonder if the two "agents" held in connection with Kim Jong-Nam's death will live long enough to be executed under Malaysian law.

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