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Indonesian Women Arrested For Killing Kim Jong Nam Has A Convincing Story


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Indonesian Women Arrested For Killing Kim Jong Nam Has A Convincing Story

KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — The young Indonesian woman who is a suspect in the death of Kim Jong Nam half brother said she was only paid $90 for what she believed was a prank, according to Indonesian official.

Aisyah, 25, asserts that she was tricked into the attack.

Is her story believable? Yes, and here is why.

Many modern TV prank shows elicit the participation of unsuspecting people, who have been asked to do presumably odd things to others for the sake of a laugh. There is typically no signed paperwork prior to the prank being carried out.

Although we can't say conclusively that she is innocent, her story is very believable in today's prank era.

JUST FOR LAUGHS

DEAL WITH IT

Maybe this incident should cause people to be more cautious and think twice before getting involved in pranks for the sake of a laugh.

The Malaysian government is not buying her story at the moment but the investigation is still ongoing.


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