North Korea Embassy in Malaysia defaced
The North Korea Embassy here was defaced with graffiti to challenge North Korea leader Kim Jong Un. Embassy staff have quickly repainted the wall and lodged a police report.
The incident attracted attention as Indonesian woman Siti Aisyah, charged with the murder of Kim Jong Nam in poison attack at the airport in 2017, was freed after the murder charge was dropped.
It is learned that four men painted the logo of Free Joseon and name on the wall of the embassy located in Bukit Damansara. Two slogans were written in Korean language: We are on the rise. Kim Jong Un let’s move to death together
The group posted a statement with regards to the graffiti on its website in Korean: "Longing for freedom in silent. Despite loneliness, we will meet one by one due to courage.
Brickfields police chief Ruslan Khalid said four suspects, wearing hats and masks, spray-painted the words "Free Korea" in Korean on the embassy wall.
Initial investigation by the police revealed the four men wrote: "Free North Korea: and some unknown signages.
"We are probing the case from all angles to establish the movie,’’ said Ruslan. Police is investigating the case for vandalism under section 427 of Penal Code.