The crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, has been recognized in a documentary for the u.s. television PBS, your "responsibility" for the murder of the saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in October of 2018 at the Consulate of saudi arabia in Istanbul because the crime happened under your "supervision".
In the documentary that public television is an american broadcast next week and that he has moved some excerpts, the "strong man" of the saudi regime speaks about the assassination of a journalist critical of the saudi regime , a crime that the CIA and some western countries have assured that have been ordered by the crown prince. "It happened under my supervision, so I have all the responsibility," says the prince Mohamed bin Salman, in the documentary entitled "The crown prince of Saudi Arabia" which will be released on October 1, coinciding with the first anniversary of the murder of the journalist.
After the first negative, the saudi regime ended up recognizing that Khashoggi was murdered in the interior of the Consulate of saudi arabia in Istanbul, senior officials of the regime, but denied any liability of the crown prince and has not yet revealed what happened to the body of the reporter. Saud al Qahtani, an adviser to saudi royal that Reuters reported that would have given orders for Skype responsible the murder of critical journalist, informed the executors of Khashoggi on the activities of the reporter to be critical, according to the prosecutors of the case.
Faced with the question of how this could have happened the murder and he had knowledge, the crown prince arabia responds that in the kingdom there are "20 million perrsonas" and a total of "three millions of people in the Government". The journalist of the PBS asks, then, at the prince Mohamed bin Salman if the killers of Khashoggi might have used aircraft, government and the heir replies that have "authorities" investigating the facts. "I have authorities, ministers to follow the themes and are responsible. Have the authority to do that ".
Saudi Arabia has processed eleven suspects for the murder of Khashoggi in a secret process even though, for the moment, just been held a few sessions. A report in United Nations claims that the crown prince arabia to be investigated , along with other senior government officials for the execution of the journalist and critic of the regime.
Khashoggi, a columnist for the newspaper "The Washington Post", he was last seen in the interior of the Consulate of saudi arabia in Istanbul on the 2nd of October, the date in that he went to the legation to arrange the papers in order to marry his fiancée. Was murdered and his body was mutilated but his mortal remains are still not displayed.Date Of Update: 27 September 2019, 00:04