KASH Shus fiancee wrote Trump: lack of morality to deal with the case.

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 KASH Shus fiancee wrote Trump: lack of morality to deal with the case.


Hatice Cengiz, fiancee of Saudi journalist Kashuji, wrote in the Washington Post on Friday (November 2) criticizing US President Trump for his lack of morality in response to his death.

In this article entitled The international community must bring to justice the murderers of my fiance, Jane Gitz said that the international community should now bring the perpetrators to justice, and the United States should take the lead.

But the Trump government has taken a moral stance, Jane Gitz complained in the article, suggesting that some people have adopted an egoistic approach because of fear and cowardice, fear of damaging economic relations between them.

Some in Washington want this to be forgotten by delaying tactics, but we will continue to put pressure on the Trump administration to bring justice back to Kashugi. There can be no cover up. Jane Jane wrote in the article.

The New York Times quoted two people familiar with the situation on Friday as saying that White House officials, in a telephone call with Saudi Crown Prince Mohamed Ben Salman on October 9, learned that Salman believed Kashuji was a dangerous Islamist, so the White House knew that Saudi Crown Prince had a potential motive to kill. However, as the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia is an important link in the U.S. Middle East policy and the United States has invested heavily in it, the Trump Administration concludes that the United States cannot effectively limit his power.

The New York Times quoted people familiar with the intentions of the authorities as saying that the White House was instead working with other governments in the region to weigh how the killing of Kashuji might affect the crown princes ability to rule and what consequences his weakening of power would have.

Kasuji was a columnist for the Washington Post and a critic of the Saudi Crown Prince. Kashuji entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on October 2 and went through marriage formalities and never came out again. Saoud, the Turkish prosecutor and the Saudi attorney general, admitted in October 25th that katzkyi died of murder. It was reported that he was dismembered after being strangled at the consulate. Last month, at a memorial service in London, Jane Gitz also criticized the American response to Kashujis murder, saying it disappointed her. I am grateful for the solidarity of people all over the world, said Jane. However, I am disappointed by the response of many national leaders, especially President Trump, who should help us find the truth and ensure judicial justice. He should not pave the way for concealment of KASHs murder. Please do not let money stain our conscience and compromise our values. The source of this article: surging news editor: Ji Guo Jie _NBJ11143

Kasuji was a columnist for the Washington Post and a critic of the Saudi Crown Prince. Kashuji entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on October 2 and went through marriage formalities and never came out again. Saoud, the Turkish prosecutor and the Saudi attorney general, admitted in October 25th that katzkyi died of murder. It was reported that he was dismembered after being strangled at the consulate.

I am grateful for the solidarity of people all over the world, said Jane. However, I am disappointed by the response of many national leaders, especially President Trump, who should help us find the truth and ensure judicial justice. He should not pave the way for concealment of KASHs murder. Please do not let money stain our conscience and compromise our values.