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SAUDI ARABIEN: “Intel Squad” wird zum Verhör von Khashoggi geschickt infographic

“Intel Squad” wurde zum Verhör von Khashoggi geschickt

10/17/2018
Graphic News

October 17, 2018 -- Die regierungsfreundliche türkische Zeitung Sabah konnte fünfzehn Tatverdächtige identifizieren, die mit dem Verschwinden des Saudi Journalisten Jamal Khashoggi in Verbindung gebracht werden und auch in Verbindung mit der königlichen Saudi Familie und Militär stehen.

Three of the 15 suspects in the case -- each pictured in images released by Turkish officials -- are linked to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s security detail. One of the suspects, Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb, has been pictured travelling with the prince in France, Spain and the U.S., perhaps as a bodyguard.

Two other suspects, Muhammed Saad Alzahrani and Thaar Ghaleb Alharbare, are also believed to be bodyguards to Prince Mohammed.

Both King Salman and Prince Mohammed have denied to President Trump that they know what happened to Khashoggi. Trump has accepted this and floated the idea that the Washington Post journalist was the victim of “rogue killers”.


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