Saudi attorney general declined to reveal the whereabouts of katschis remains to Turkey.

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 Saudi attorney general declined to reveal the whereabouts of katschis remains to Turkey.


Russias Satellite News Agency reported on October 31 that Mujib arrived in Turkey earlier under the framework of the Kashuji murder investigation, held two talks with Istanbuls Chief Prosecutor Fidan and visited the Saudi Consulate General in Istanbul where the case occurred.

Sources said Mujib not only refused to tell Turkey where Kashujis body was, but also refused to reveal the name of an accomplice of the murderer who lived in Turkey and helped Saudi Arabia cover up the evidence of the crime. Saudi journalist Jamal Kashuji has lived in the United States since 2017 and served as a commentator for the Washington Post. Kasuji disappeared in October 2nd when he entered Saudi Arabias Consulate General in Istanbul, Turkey. In a statement issued on the night of October 19, the Saudi Attorney General said Kashuji had quarrelled with people at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and died after a limb conflict. According to the statement, 18 Saudi citizens have been detained in the case, and Ahmad Asiri, deputy director of Saudi intelligence, and Royal Adviser Kahtani have been dismissed. But Turkey insisted on a thorough and independent investigation into the case. The Saudi consulate general in Istanbul had insisted that Kasuji was missing after leaving the Consulate General. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com editor: Gu Ying _NN6577

Sources said Mujib not only refused to tell Turkey where Kashujis body was, but also refused to reveal the name of an accomplice of the murderer who lived in Turkey and helped Saudi Arabia cover up the evidence of the crime.

Saudi journalist Jamal Kashuji has lived in the United States since 2017 and served as a commentator for the Washington Post. Kasuji disappeared in October 2nd when he entered Saudi Arabias Consulate General in Istanbul, Turkey.

In a statement issued on the night of October 19, the Saudi Attorney General said Kashuji had quarrelled with people at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul and died after a limb conflict. According to the statement, 18 Saudi citizens have been detained in the case, and Ahmad Asiri, deputy director of Saudi intelligence, and Royal Adviser Kahtani have been dismissed. But Turkey insisted on a thorough and independent investigation into the case. The Saudi consulate general in Istanbul had insisted that Kasuji was missing after leaving the Consulate General.