including Amnesty International and Human rights Watch have today issued a call to the United States, Britain and France to be more transparent about the process in Saudi Arabia. There, behind closed doors, eleven people indicted because of the shocking murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Allegedly the three countries mentioned by the Saudi's were informed about the suspects and aspects of the indictment.also Read “Children of murdered journalist Khashoggi get thousands of dollars, and houses to be in silence”
There was global outrage over the murder on the critical Saudi journalist. He was on October 2, 2018 in the Saudi consulate in the Turkish Istanbul by Saudi special agents killed. His body was sawn in pieces and is never even surfaced. Foreign intelligence services suspect that crown prince Mohammed bin Salman himself is behind the murder, but in Saudi Arabia is denied. The regime gives rogue agents own the debt, officially, are, therefore, eleven people indicted.Shadowy
Last week, warned the UN expert Agnes Callamard, that the mensenrechtenkant of this kind of processes follows, that there may be shady things going on. They called on the saudis to make known who there are and what exactly for. The Saudi leaders would be partly because of the international pressure the five permanent members of the UN security council (except the three western countries that Russia and China) access to some case documents. Callamard want that information more widely shared, because she now fears complicity in a legal mess.