His  Excellency  Mr.

 Kim  Jong-­‐un           ID:  LFG-­‐2017-­‐0003  

Supreme  Leader,  Democratic  People's  Republic  of  Korea  

Chairman  of  the  Workers'  Party  of  Korea  

Pyongyang  

Democratic  People's  Republic  of  Korea  

Sent  via:  Mail  

February  21st,  2017  

Re:  The  assassination  of  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐nam  at  the  Kuala  Lumpur  International  Airport  in  
Malaysia  

His  Excellency  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐un,  

My  name  is  Isaiah  X.  Smith  and  I  am  sending  you  this  letter  out  of  concern  over  the  
political  assassination  of  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐nam  at  the  Kuala  Lumpur  International  Airport  in  the  
Sepang  District  of  Malaysia.  I  am  also  sending  you  this  letter  in  which  I  am  offering  my  
condolences  as  to  the  political  assassination  that  has  occurred.    

It  is  concerning  that  H.E  Ambassador  Kang  Chol  has  stated  that  the  government  of  
the  Democratic  People’s  Republic  of  Korea  cannot  trust  the  Malaysian  probe  into  the  
assassination  of  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐nam.1  That  statement  is  interesting  especially  when  looking  
into  the  procedural  history  as  to  the  bilateral  relations  between  the  Democratic  People’s  
Republic  of  Korea  and  Malaysia.    

When  looking  at  the  procedural  history  as  to  the  foreign  relationship  between  the  
Democratic  People’s  Republic  of  Korea  and  Malaysia,  as  you  may  already  know,  both  
countries  officially  engaged  in  foreign  and  diplomatic  relations  in  late  June  of  the  year  of  
1973.  Foreign  and  diplomatic  relations  have  been  pretty  great  prior  to  the  political  
assassination  of  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐nam.  Both  countries,  prior  to  the  assassination,  had  special  
envoys  that  had  a  purpose  as  to  improving  and  strengthening  the  relationship  that  the  
Democratic  People’s  Republic  of  Korea  and  Malaysia  had  mutually.  Not  only  that,  Malaysia  
even  allowed  its  citizens  to  freely  travel  to  North  Korea  without  obtaining  a  visa.  2  

I  hope  that  you  are  aware  that  the  death  of  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐nam  was  most  likely  a  
political  assassination  that  probably  had  the  intent  as  to  attempting  to  deter  the  diplomatic  
and  the  foreign  relationship  between  the  Democratic  People’s  Republic  of  Korea  and  with  
                                                                                                                         
1  http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/nationworld/ct-­‐kim-­‐jong-­‐nam-­‐

 
2  http://www.thestar.com.my/news/community/2009/03/09/only-­‐malaysians-­‐

can-­‐visit-­‐north-­‐korea-­‐without-­‐a-­‐visa/  
 

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Malaysia.  While  the  death  of  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐nam  should  not  be  in  vain3,  it  should  be  noted  
that  it  would  be  of  the  best  benefit  as  to  all  sides  as  to  this  conflict  to  thoroughly  and  
faithfully  probe  the  assassination  without  jumping  to  conclusions  prior  to  the  
probe/investigation  being  fully  completed.    

I  would  strongly  recommend  that  the  Democratic  People’s  Republic  of  Korea  work  
with  the  government  of  Malaysia  as  to  thoroughly  analyzing  the  political  assassination  that  
occurred  against  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐nam.  It  does  not  appear  that  the  government  of  Malaysia  is  
assisting  any  adversaries  of  your  country,  especially  when  looking  at  the  past  relationship  
that  your  country  has  had  with  Malaysia.  As  with  regards  to  your  countries  adversaries,  
hopefully  your  country  and  whomever  you  country  is  an  not  an  ally  with  will  start  engaging  
in  proper  and  adequate  peace  talks  as  for  the  purpose  as  to  faithfully  starting  and  or  
restoring  foreign  and  diplomatic  relations.  One  thing  is  for  certain  and  that  is  that  all  of  us  
are  a  part  of  one  world.    

 

 

Respectfully,  

Isaiah  X.  Smith  

Isaiah  Smith  Campaign  

P.O  Box  163411  

Fort  Worth,  Texas,  76161  

www.isaiahxsmith.com  

 

 

                                                                                                                         
3  All  responsible  parities  as  for  the  death  of  Mr.  Kim  Jong-­‐nam  should  be  taken  to  

court  to  ensure  that  justice  is  served.  

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