A hospital worker takes out the trash outside the forensics wing of the Hospital Kuala Lumpur, where the body of Kim Jong-Nam is being held, in Kuala Lumpur on March 15, 2017. / AFP / Lillian SUWANRUMPHA
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A lawyer for one of two women charged with assassinating Kim Jong-Nam accused Malaysian authorities Monday of an "unethical" failure to share documents vital to the defense.Both women, who face the death penalty if convicted, are scheduled to appear Tuesday before a lower court as part of pre-trial proceedings.Gooi Soon Seng, chief lawyer for Siti Aisyah, said police and state prosecutors have yet to give the defense the airport closed-circuit television (CCTV) footage of the assassination or the autopsy report on Kim.The CCTV footage and the autopsy report are important in preparing a defense, Gooi said.Gooi is wary the prosecutors may spring a surprise.Police are still trying to trace four North Koreans suspected of having taken part in the murder plot, who are believed to have returned to Pyongyang immediately after the killing.
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