Who will dare nail the butchers of Khashoggi?

Who will nail the Saudi barbarians for chopping of the critic of the Saudi Royal family especially Mohammad Bin Salman (M B S).
The UK paper — The Mail — has revealed a shocking details of the gruesome murder of Jamal Khashoggi.
It appears both the US and the Europe may not take strict action against Saudi butchers because of influence of oil rich country.

Here the Mail writes…

Missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s killer spent 15 minutes slicing up his body while his accomplices wrapped up the dismembered pieces, it has been claimed.

The 60-year-old critic of the Saudi leadership was last seen entering the country’s consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 2.

Turkish officials say that they have recorded evidence which proves that he was assassinated by a 15-strong hit squad who flew in on a private jet.

Dr Salah al-Tubaigy, an autopsy expert who studied in Glasgow in 2004, is reportedly one of the suspects in the hit squad accused of torturing and killing Mr Khashoggi, according to the New York Times .

A source has claimed that Mr Khashoggi was cut up alive in a seven minute killing by the autopsy expert, who has gained the nickname ‘Dr Death’.

The journalist’s body parts were wrapped up by the team, while music played in the background.

Jamal Khashoggi went missing on October 2 (Image: AFP/Getty Images)
Dr Salah Mohammed al-Tubaigy a forensic pathologist who specialises in autopsies and studied foruniversities Glasgow University (Image: Daily Record)
Former UK university student ‘cut up Jamal Khashoggi’s body with bone saw while listening to music to drown out screams’
The Turkish source, who has allegedly listened to an audio recording of the journalist’s last moments, says it took seven minutes for him to die.

Evidence suggests the missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed on the orders of people close to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, a former MI6 chief has said.

Sir John Sawers said he did not believe the prince would have acted in the way that he did unless he thought he had “licence” to do so from the United States.

“All the evidence points to it being ordered and carried out by people close to Mohammed bin Salman,” Sir John told BBC Radio 4’s The World At One.

“I don’t think he would have done this if he hadn’t thought he had licence from the US administration to frankly behave as he wished to do so.

“I think President Trump and his ministerial team are waking up to just how dangerous it is to have people acting with a sense that they have impunity in their relationship with United States.”

It is claimed that Jamal Khashoggi was dragged from the Consul General’s office into his study next door, where he was dumped on a table.

Donald Trump slammed for praising violence against a journalist in wake of Jamal Khashoggi disappearance
Loud screams could then be heard – which only stopped when he was injected with an unknown substance, according to the source.

Moments later, his body was allegedly cut up by the squad.

Forensic evidence expert Salah Muhammad al-Tubaigy has been identified by Turkey as a suspect in the killing and dismemberment.

The source told MEE that Mr Tubaigy listened to music via earphones as he cut up the reporter’s body while he was still breathing.

He allegedly advised his accomplices to do the same.

“When I do this job, I listen to music. You should do [that] too,” Mr Tubaigy could be heard saying in the recording, the source said.

Saudi officials have strongly denied any involvement in the journalist’s disappearance, which has made headlines across the world.

The shocking new claims come as Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan is set to meet with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Ankara.
Dr Salah Mohammed al-Tubaigy has been identified as one of the members of a suspected hit squad.

Saudi crown prince’s bodyguard ‘seen walking into consulate hours before journalist’s “murder”‘
The pair will meet today, the Turkish foreign ministry said, with their talks expected to focus on Mr Khashoggi’s disappearance.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu will also meet with his American counterpart, the ministry added.

Earlier, US President Donald Trump sensationally gave Saudi Arabia the benefit of the doubt in Mr Khashoggi’s disappearance.

US lawmakers have pointed the finger at the Saudi leadership, while Western pressure has mounted on Riyadh to provide answers.

In an interview with Fox Business Network, Mr Trump said if Saudi Arabia knew what happened in the disappearance, “that would be bad.”

“I think we have to find out what happened first,” he said yesterday.

Speaking to reporters, he also drew comparisons with the Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court scandal, adding: “Here we go again with, you know, you’re guilty until proven innocent. I don’t like that.”

The 15 suspects identified by Turkey are accused of dismembering the journalist’s body with a bone saw, the New York Times (NYT) reports.

At least nine of the suspects worked for the Saudi security services, military or other government ministries, according to the newspaper.

It is alleged they flew out the same day as the killing, and brought the saw with them for the purpose of chopping up Mr Khashoggi’s body.

According to the NYT, records show that two private jets chartered by a Saudi firm arrived and departed from Istanbul on October 2.

Saudi intelligence officer and former diplomat Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb played a “pivotal role” in the apparent assassination.
A source said that Mutreb was fully aware of “the plot” of the operation.
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s haunting final instruction to fiancée before being ‘butchered alive by hit squad’
Mr Khashoggi, a US resident, wrote columns for the Washington Post and was critical of the Saudi government, calling for reforms.

Mr Trump earlier tweeted that Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman denied knowing what happened in the Saudi consulate.

The latest claims follow US media reports that Saudi Arabia will admit the vanished journalist died following a botched interrogation.

Saudi authorities were said to be preparing a report claiming he was killed during an attempt to bundle him out of the consulate.

The case has provoked an international outcry against Saudi Arabia, the world’s top oil exporter, with more media and business executives pulling out of a planned investment conference there this month.

In a statement released on Monday, members of Mr Khashoggi’s family called for an investigation.

“We are sadly and anxiously following the conflicting news regarding the fate of our father after losing contact with him two weeks ago,” they said.
This murder is an outrage to any civilised country, please let us all not get smoke screened here.
Firstly this was pre arranged by KSA, how on earth can a fight end up in a killing inside the Saudi embassy, second they knew he was coming back to the embassy so the hit squad was sent to kill him this is the truth. The Saudi Crown Prince is fully aware of the plot to kill him as it was on his Orders, how the West has responded to KSA is appaling, a white wash, response all because of oil and export orders over a human beings life being taken by a butcher hit squad from KSA. This is a MURDER In broad daylight inside the embassy of Saudi Arabia in Turkey for heaven sake and now it’s just about covering up ? there is nothing to cover up a man entered the embassy and the KSA authorities cannot show or explain where he is and now they say there was a fight so where is his body and I hole the hit squad ID,s are know as these murderers need to be deported back to TURKEY right now.
My opinion of KSA over this has been severely damaged by this terrorist style murder. The Embassy should be a safe haven not a killing ground, The Saudis need to be severely punished over this.
Saudi America is just as bad as the worst of them. The greatest act of terrorism on American soil was committed by a Saudi and still the Americans protect them. The only thing that they have in common is greed.

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