November 27, 2012

North Korean Assassination Kit Explained

Pretty interesting to see what this North Korean assassin was up to.  Looks like his target almost bought the farm.

Israel and the US have been using similar paralytic poison in their own tool kits, “Sux” was likely used in the Dubai Hamas assassination.

suc·ci·nyl·cho·line 

n.

A crystalline compound formed by esterification of succinic acid with choline and used medically to produce brief but complete muscular relaxation during surgical anesthesia

South Korean intel showcases the captured weapons to CNN below:

  1. Pen-poison needle
  2. Pen-ballistic powdered poison
  3. Flashlight-ballistic

Take a look.

CNN N. Korea Assassination Tool Kit Video

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  • JrMaki

    Motokure rice, LMFAO, u are fucin kidding I hope.

  • Motokure

    I just noticed the date...super creepy

  • Motokure

    This has been successfully done before with Ricin. A poison made from rice of all things.    "Bulgarian dissident Georgi Markov was killed by poison dart filled with ricin and fired from an umbrella in London in 1978. Markov, a communist defector working for the BBC World Service, left his office at Bush House in the UK capital on September 11 and walked across Waterloo Bridge to take the train home to Clapham in south-west London. As he waited at a bus stop moments into his journey home, he felt a sharp jab in his thigh and saw a man picking up an umbrella."

  • JHR

    @Tango9 B-6 Toxicity in itself is a little know fun fact.

  • momengineer

    @Tango9 I am torn between being really, really curious about what's on that bookshelf, and afraid that if I knew, I would be on some type of list with my local authorities...I'm a ChemE, so this type of stuff is fascinating to me....