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A senior official Turkey revealed the findings of biological evidence in the garden of the Consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul, a related murder case investigation of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The evidence that supports the theory that the mutilated corpses of Khashoggi had been destroyed in the acidic substances.

As reported by the local media the Hurriyet Daily News, Thursday (1/11/2018), a senior official Turkey reluctantly called the name of it reveals it in the latest interview with the iconic American media, The Washington Post.

Spoken by senior officials that biological evidence found by investigators Turkey in the garden area that is in the Saudi Consulate complex. These findings, let’s call it, senior officials have indicated that the bodies were disposed of Khashoggi not far from where he were virtually annihilated.

The existence of this biological evidence, call The Washington Post, the authority of Turkey now investigating the theory that mentions the bodies that had been mutilated, Khashoggi was destroyed in acid substances in the Saudi Consulate page or near the official residence of the Consul General ( Konjen) Arabia.

“Corpse of Khashoggi does not need to be buried, ” would call senior officials the Turkey.

In the latest statement on Wednesday (31/10) yesterday, the Office of the Chief Public Prosecutor of Istanbul officially released a statement calling the Khashoggi was strangled to death–in the murder plan–and then his body was mutilated and dumped.

“Victim Jamal Khashoggi was strangled to death–in a way that has been planned–as soon as he walked into the Consulate of Saudi Arabia in Istanbul on 2 October 2018 for the procedure of marriage. His body was dumped after the mutilated after his death due to asphyxiation–once again, confirm this planned, “statement the Istanbul public prosecutor’s Office.

The Saudi authorities in a statement previously has acknowledged that Khashoggi was killed in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. The Attorney General of Saudi, Saud al-Mojeb, last week acknowledged the Khashoggi died in the assassination plan. But the whereabouts of the corpse was never revealed.

Information obtained from the casket of Khashoggi question a senior Saudi officials who call funerals Khashoggi was turned over to a ‘ local cooperators ‘ to be discarded. Responding to that information, a senior official of Turkey Turkey calls the investigator did not believe claims that.

A senior official of the other Turkey spoke to The Washington Post that the new Mojeb al-complete 3 day visit in Istanbul, in no way reveal the location of his remains nor the identity of the calling Khashoggi ‘ local cooperators ‘ such.

“Saudi Officials seem only interested in finding out what evidence has been obtained the authority of Turkey for the perpetrators. We did not get the impression that they are sincerely cooperate in this investigation, “says Turkey officials who cannot be called her name.

A citizen of Turkey who was hired as a driver to call several members of Saudi Arabia’s intelligence team suspected of killing journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul seem ‘ cheerful ‘ and drank liquor (Liquor) in a trip to the airport to flew back to Riyadh.

a driver who is not called this name calling he was hired to drive the Saudi team member during your stay in Istanbul. This confession and told the private television to Turkey, with Haber, on Friday (26/10).

The driver mentioned that she was delivering a number of members of the Saudi team was from Ataturk Airport to the hotel and headed for the Saudi Consulate on October 2. Turkey authorities mention there are 15 Saudi citizens arrived in Istanbul on October 2, the day when Khashoggi was killed.

“15.30 O’clock local time, nine people landed (at the Ataturk airport of Istanbul), hiring three of our cars. Three people in the car that I drive including Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb. They asked me take them to their hotel and then come back in there at 08.00 local time to bring them to the Consulate, “said the driver.


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