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Kim Jong Un's Slain Half-Brother Was A CIA Informant

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Kim Jong Un's Slain Half-Brother Was A CIA Informant

Kim Jong Un's Slain Half-Brother Was A CIA Informant

Gizmodo reports Kim Jong Un’s half brother Kim Jong Nam was an informant for the Central Intelligence Agency.

He apparently met more than once with unspecified “agency operatives” before he was killed with VX nerve toxin in a Malaysian airport in February 2017, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday.

The Journal wrote that details of the late Kim’s involvement with the CIA “remain unclear,” but it does mention that “former U.S.

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