Fugas de información: los medios de comunicación turcos hablan sobre quién ordenó y preparó el sádico asesinato de Khashoggi

El asesinato del periodista Khashoggi fue ordenado por el entonces jefe de inteligencia saudita Ahmed Asiri y atribuido al agregado general del consulado saudí en Estambul, que presuntamente se desempeñó como el espía residente del reino en Turquía, informó el martes. El periódico Sabah.

Según la fuente, citando una fuente de la policía, el agregado del Consulado General de Arabia Saudita a Estambul, Abdullah Ahmad Muzaini, estaba dentro del edificio del consulado de Arabia, el 28 de septiembre, cuando Khashoggi fue por primera Horarios en los locales necesarios. para recibir papeles para el nuevo matrimonio.

El periódico también dijo que el 29 de septiembre, Muzaini voló a Riad, donde se reunió con Asiri y recibió instrucciones sobre las tareas de un grupo especial de 15 personas, que luego llegaron a Estambul para asesinarlo. periodista.

El 1 de octubre, el agregado regresó a Estambul, donde informó al cónsul general de Arabia Saudita Mohammed al-Otaibi sobre el plan para asesinar al periodista. El 2 de octubre, cuando Khashoggi ya estaba muerto, Muzaini regresó a la capital saudí, agregaron los medios.

Khashoggi, conocido por sus críticas a la política saudí, recientemente trabajó como columnista para el Washington Post. El periodista fue visto por última vez en el consulado de Arabia Saudita en Estambul el 2 de octubre.

Después de más de dos semanas de negaciones, Arabia Saudita admitió el viernes en la televisión estatal que el periodista fue asesinado en una pelea en el consulado. Riyadh detuvo a 18 personas por su participación en el incidente, y al menos cinco funcionarios saudíes, incluido Asiri, fueron destituidos del cargo, y el caso Khashoggi cobró impulso.

 

 

Information leaks: Turkish media talks about who ordered and prepared the sadistic murder of Khashoggi

The murder of journalist Khashoggi was ordered by then Saudi intelligence chief Ahmed Asiri and attributed to the Saudi consulate general attaché in Istanbul, who reportedly served as the kingdom’s resident spy in Turkey, reported Tuesday. the Sabah newspaper.

According to the source, citing a police source, Ahmad Abdullah Muzaini, the attaché of the Saudi Consulate General in Istanbul, was inside the Saudi consulate building on September 28, when Khashoggi visited for the first time. times in the necessary premises. to receive papers for remarriage.

The newspaper also said that on September 29, Muzaini flew to Riyadh, where he met with Asiri and received instructions on the tasks of a 15-person special group, who then arrived in Istanbul to assassinate him. journalist.

On 1 October, the attaché returned to Istanbul, where he informed Saudi Arabian Consul General Mohammed al-Otaibi about the plan to assassinate the journalist. On October 2, when Khashoggi was already dead, Muzaini returned to the Saudi capital, the media added.

Khashoggi, known for his criticism of Saudi politics, recently worked as a columnist for the Washington Post. The journalist was last seen in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on 2 October.

After more than two weeks of denials, Saudi Arabia admitted Friday on state television that the journalist was killed in a fight in the consulate. Riyadh detained 18 people for their involvement in the incident, and at least five Saudi officials, including Asiri, were removed from office, with the Khashoggi case gaining momentum.

 

A frame grab on October 10, 2018 from a police CCTV video made available through Turkish Newspaper Sabah allegedly shows suspects in the case of missing Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi (unseen) at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport on October 2, 2018. Jamal Khashoggi, a veteran Saudi journalist who has been critical towards the Saudi government has gone missing after visiting the kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, the Washington Post reported. Saudi Arabia agreed to let Turkish authorities search its Istanbul consulate as part of the investigation into the disappearance of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as his fiancee asked Donald Trump to help uncover what happened to the Riyadh critic. / AFP / Sabah Newspaper / –

 

 

 

A U.S. Man Who Sold Bank Accounts to Russians Was Just Sentenced to Prison

(WASHINGTON) — A California man on Wednesday was sentenced to six months in prison for unwittingly helping the Russian effort to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential election. U.S. District Court Judge Dabney Friedrich sentenced Richard Pinedo to six months imprisonment followed by six months of home detention for selling bank account numbers to Russian operatives.…

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This Series of Photos Shows the Dramatic Flooding After Hurricane Florence – and the Water Is Still Rising

A series of photos of a rising North Carolina river over three days shows the historic scale of the flooding in parts of North Carolina – even as the storm formerly known as Hurricane Florence moves slowly out of the Carolinas. The Cape Fear River in Fayetteville was at 60.1 feet and still rising as…

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US, UK and France Prepare New Strike Against Syria – Russian MoD

US, UK and France Prepare New Strike Against Syria – Russian MoD by https://sputniknews.com/ According to the Russian Defense Ministry, militants are arriving in Syria’s Idlib after being trained by a private British military company called Olive. – The Russian Defense Ministry has accused the United States, the United Kingdom and France of preparing to carry out new strikes […]

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Jury Awards $289 Million to Man Who Blames Monsanto’s Roundup for Cancer

(SAN FRANCISCO) — A jury’s $289 million award to a former school groundskeeper who said Monsanto’s Roundup left him dying of cancer will bolster thousands of pending cases and open the door for countless people who blame their suffering on the weed killer, the man’s lawyers said. “I’m glad to be here to be able…

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Video important in english:Breaking! ANTIFA Terrorists Attack Patriot Rally in Portland

The patriots in Portland are claiming that once again the Portland police stood down and let the antifa attack them.

CBS reports that Portland revoked the patriots permit to gather as soon as the riot broke out. That’s not right. That’s giving the leftists a victory, which is probably what liberal Portland wanted anyway. The leftists started the violence, but the right got blamed by the lying Portland police.

Leftism is a mental disturbance. If it’s origins are genetic, those genes need to be removed from the gene pool by any means necessary.

This is a civil war. It’s started. And in Portland, the police are on the side of leftist tyranny.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Arab-Israeli Intelligence Meeting in Aqaba to Discuss the ‘Deal of the Century »

Arab-Israeli Intelligence Meeting in Aqaba to Discuss the ‘Deal of the Century’ by https://www.middleeastmonitor.com/ A French periodical has confirmed that Arab Intelligence directors recently met with their Israeli counterparts, under US auspices, in the southern Jordanian city of Aqaba to discuss US President Donald Trump’s settlement plan in the Middle East, the so-called “Deal of the […]

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