Fuji TV has not revealed how it acquired the video footage, which was captured last week by a series of security cameras as Kim arrived for a flight to Macau, where he had a home.One of the women later claimed she was duped into thinking it was part of a TV prank show, Indonesian police said.The first video footage showing the apparent poisoning of the North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un's half-brother emerged Monday, showing a woman rush up to the man from behind, before holding something over his mouth.SENIOR NORTH KOREA REPS REPORTEDLY PREPARE TO COME TO UNITED STATES FOR TALKS The security camera footage, obtained by a Japanese TV network, was often grainy and blurred. NORTH KOREA RUMORS ABOUND More footage showed Kim, a long-estranged relative in North Korea's ruling family, walking up to Kuala Lumpur airport workers and security officials, gesturing at his eyes and seemingly asking for help.
Police have said the four North Korean suspects fled Malaysia on the day of the attack, but declined to give details.
Malaysia recalled its ambassador to Pyongyang over what it called "baseless" accusations.
The rogue nation also demanded custody of Kim's body and strongly objected to an autopsy.
The grainy closed circuit television footage, which has been released on several websites on Monday, shows from two different angles a woman wearing a white top grab a man's face from behind with both hands and walk away.
A second woman is also seen walking swiftly away in another direction after the assault, though it is unclear if she had participated in the attack.