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A Malaysian government chemist testified Thursday he found a byproduct of VX nerve agent on the shirt of the Indonesian woman on trial for the murder of the half brother of North Korea's leader.The testimony was the first evidence linking VX to either of the two suspects accused of smearing the nerve agent on Kim Jong Nam's face in a crowded Kuala Lumpur airport terminal in February.A pathologist said VX, its precursors and its byproducts were detected in Kim's eyes, on his face, in his blood and urine, and on his clothing.Gooi Soon Seng, defense lawyer for Aisyah, had disputed the VX findings Wednesday, before the chemist testified a byproduct was found on his client's shirt.
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