Pyongyang Accuses Seoul, US CIA Of Plot To Assassinate Kim Jong-Un

Pyongyang Accuses US CIA, Seoul Of Assassinating Kim Jong-Un

North Korea has accused the South Korea and U.S Central Intelligence Unit (CIA) of a plot to assassinate the communist leader Kim Jong-Un.

On Friday (May 05, 2017), South Korea and U.S CIA has been accused by the North Korea of having a failed plot in assassinating Kim Jong-Un at a military parade in Pyongyang using a biochemical bomb. Analyst said that it could be the first that the North accused the allies of an assassination attempt.

White House and CIA refused to give a statement from North Korea’s Ministry of State Security, which accused South Korea’s National Intelligence Service and CIA of bribing a North Korean to assassinate the supreme leader.

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The accusation came after CIA director Mike Pompeo visited South Korea due to their concern over the speculations that the North Korea might conduct its sixth nuclear and ballistic missile test to defend their country from U.N Security Council Resolutions.

The official Korean Central News Agency has released the statement of North Korea stating that foreign intelligence agencies have infiltrated the country to perform state-sponsored terrorism. The news agency also said that a North Korean surnamed Kim was bribed and turn into a terrorist who wanted to revenge against Kim Jong-Un.

“They hatched a plot of letting human scum Kim commit bomb terrorism targeting the supreme leadership during events at the Kumsusan Palace of the Sun and at military parade and public procession after his return home,” said by KCNA quoted by GMA.

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The North Korean terrorist was told to use biochemical substances, including nano poisonous substance and radioactive substance for the assassination, because it is the easiest way to assassinate the supreme leader.

The lethal effects of the biochemical substance will appear after six months or one year. Kim allegedly received 2 payments of $20, 000 and satellite transmitter receiver for his service.

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