Saudi journalists murder case was further exposed: the body was not only dismembered but also dissolved.

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 Saudi journalists murder case was further exposed: the body was not only dismembered but also dissolved.


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Agence France-Presse said Tuesday that the person who provided the latest details was Yasin Aktay, an adviser to Turkish President Erdogan. This statement is consistent with a Turkish officials revelation to the Washington Post that Turkey is investigating whether Kashujis body was damaged by acid. Before Kasuji was killed, he was a contributor to the Washington Post.

Aktai told Turkeys Liberty newspaper on Friday (2) that we now see bodies not only dismembered, but also dissolved. According to the latest information we have, the reason they dismembered the body is that it is easier to dissolve. On October 31, the Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Istanbul, Turkey, officially released details of Kashujis murder for the first time. According to a pre-determined plan by the Saudi side, Kashuji was suffocated immediately after entering the Saudi Consulate on October 2, and his body was subsequently dismembered and damaged. On October 2, Kashuji entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul to go through the marriage formalities and never came out. Saoud, the Turkish prosecutor and the Saudi attorney general, admitted in October 25th that katzkyi died of murder. The Turkish government said that because the murder occurred in Turkey, Turkey sought extradition and tried 18 suspects in the Kashugi case in Turkey. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Xun Jianguo _NN7379

Aktai told Turkeys Liberty newspaper on Friday (2) that we now see bodies not only dismembered, but also dissolved. According to the latest information we have, the reason they dismembered the body is that it is easier to dissolve.

On October 31, the Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Istanbul, Turkey, officially released details of Kashujis murder for the first time. According to a pre-determined plan by the Saudi side, Kashuji was suffocated immediately after entering the Saudi Consulate on October 2, and his body was subsequently dismembered and damaged.

On October 2, Kashuji entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul to go through the marriage formalities and never came out. Saoud, the Turkish prosecutor and the Saudi attorney general, admitted in October 25th that katzkyi died of murder. The Turkish government said that because the murder occurred in Turkey, Turkey sought extradition and tried 18 suspects in the Kashugi case in Turkey.