CNN reported on November 4 that after weeks of unknown and grief, Kashujis two sons, Salah, 35, and Abdullah, 33, said their families could not mourn and feel calm without their fathers body.
Salah said, now all we want to do is bury him in Saudi Arabia and sleep with his family.
A Turkish official said Tuesday that the Saudi journalist Kashuji who was killed at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul was mutilated and dissolved after his death. On the same day, the Washington Post, an anonymous senior Turkish official, reported that Turkey was investigating whether Kashujis body had been ACID-DISSOLVED at the consulate or nearby consular residence after dismemberment.
Saudi journalist killed fiancee asked to return the remains: the government knows where it is.
Russian Satellite News Agency reported Wednesday that Hatice Cengiz, the fiancee of the murdered Saudi journalist Kashuji, believed that the Saudi government had information about the location of Kashujis body and demanded its return.