Siti Aisyah writes to let par­ents know she is fine

New Straits Times - - News -

(Mom, Dad), (I am fine), wrote Indonesian Siti Aisyah, one of the ac­cused in the mur­der of North Korean Kim Jong-nam, or Kim Chol, in a let­ter to her par­ents.

Af­ter the pro­ceed­ings of her

“ case men­tion at the mag­is­trate’s court yes­ter­day, Indonesian em­bassy coun­sel­lor Yus­ron Am­bary read out the let­ter hand­writ­ten by Siti Aisyah ask­ing her par­ents not to worry about her and to pray for her.

“Please pray for me. Take care of your health. I have many peo­ple help­ing me here. The em­bassy and lawyers come to visit me.

“Don’t worry about me.. you don’t have to come. Pray for me. This case will be over soon and I can come home. Send my love to my son Rio.”

How­ever, Yus­ron re­fused to share the let­ter dated April 20. He said the let­ter was only for Siti Aisyah’s par­ents.

Ear­lier, Ses­sions Court judge Harith Sham Mo­hamed Yasin, who sat as the mag­is­trate, made an or­der for the case of Siti Aisyah and Viet­namese Doan Thi Huong to be trans­ferred to the Shah Alam High Court for trial. The two are charged with mur­der­ing Kim Chol at the Kuala Lumpur In­ter­na­tional Air­port 2 de­par­ture hall around 9am on Feb 13.

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