The Saudi crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman should be considered according to one report, approximately one year before the death of the dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi the murder. In one of the U.S. intelligence services wiretapped conversation, he had threatened he would track Khashoggi "with a bullet", should not return the Journalist to the Kingdom and his criticism of the government set, reported the New York Times on Thursday evening.
in exile in the United States-based Journalist had been murdered last October at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul from a from Riyadh traveling to, special command. In the past few months, evidence had pointed out that people from the closest environment of the crown Prince are involved in the killing. The Kingdom denies any connection to Muhammad bin Salman's to the murder.
The "New York Times" cites an Official with the secret service reports. Accordingly, the crown Prince led the conversation with a Familiar in September 2017. At the time, Khashoggi began to write columns for the Washington Post, in which he strongly criticized the Saudi government.
UN expert makes Saudis for killing responsible
Further, it is stated in the report, US intelligence services went through in the past few years, intercepted conversations of the heir to the throne, in order to determine the background of the fact. Muhammad bin Salman is a close ally of US President Donald Trump, rejects measures against the Prince.
in the case of detecting UN human rights expert Agnes Callamard had accused Saudi Arabia on Thursday, to obstruct the investigation of the murder. In the Kingdom of a process against a total of eleven defendants are currently running. Muhammad bin Salman is considered to be a strong husband and future ruler of the country.
fiancee puts book in front of
The fiancee Khashoggis, Hatice Cengiz, has expressed the hope that the US government to change its position in the case. At the launch of a new book about the life Khashoggis Cengiz said they hope that the new US Congress is "closely following the case," and also President Donald Trump to change his attitude. Possibly you will travel in March in the U.S., said Cengiz.
she introduced on Friday in Istanbul, the book "Jamal Khashoggi: His life, his struggle, his secrets", written by the two Turkish journalist Mehmet Akif Ersoy and Sinan Onus. Next week it will also appear in English Translation. In the book Cengiz shares your memories and documents to life Khashoggis, "who was a Journalist for you, but a man for me," she said. (nag/sda)
Created: 08.02.2019, 08:48 PM