Saudi journalists murder recordings expose the sound of cutting with a useful saw

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 Saudi journalists murder recordings expose the sound of cutting with a useful saw


Exposure of the recorded contents of the murder of Saudi journalists (Source: ~)

Last month, Turkey said it had sent recordings of the murder of Saudi journalist Kashuji to Saudi Arabia, the United States, Germany, France and the United Kingdom. CNN obtained part of the translated transcripts of the recordings, which can roughly restore Kashugis last moments.

On 2 October, Kashuji entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul. Sound recordings showed that he met acquaintances immediately after entering the consulate. Why are you here? Kashuji asked. The other responded, Youre back.

According to Turkish intelligence sources, the person Kashuji met was Mah Abdulaziz Mutrib, a former Saudi diplomat and intelligence officer and former Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed bin Salman.

Kashuji was apparently frightened and said, You cant do that. Someone outside is waiting for me. At that point, the conversation was over, and a noise came from it, which seemed to be vacuuming Kashugi. Soon, Kashuji kept saying, I cant breathe anymore! I cant breathe!

The recording was followed by continuous noise, mixed with Kashujis cries and the sound of cutting with a saw. Then a man said, if you dont like noise, put on your headphones and listen to music, like me. Turkish intelligence identified the man as Salih Tubaiqi, a forensic physician at the Saudi Ministry of the Interior.

Eventually, the recordings showed that Mutrib had made at least three calls, which Turkey said had been made to members of the Royal Court of Saudi Arabia. However, Saudi prosecutors said that both Mutib and Tubaiqi denied that they had called at that time.

Kashuji, a Saudi journalist, contributed to the Washington Post and other media before he was killed. In recent years, he held different views on the Saudi governments internal and external policies, and gradually opposed the Saudi government. He never came out after entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on 2 October. Saudi Arabia has admitted that Kashuji died of murder. The Istanbul Attorney Generals Office announced that Kashujis body was dismembered immediately after he was killed at the Saudi Consulate.

Source: Responsible Editor of CCTV News Mobile Network: Han Jiapeng_NN9841