How the Saudis’ Khashoggi Story Changed: From Denials to Rogue Killers | NYT News
How the Saudis’ Khashoggi Story Changed: From Denials to Rogue Killers | NYT News Outright denials Road Killers botched interrogation. This responsible khashoggi with last seen on October, 2nd when he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul and apparently never came out here, is how the story line has changed. First government of line Turkish media said he was brutally murdered by 15 Saturday Hitman. They even release their names and images. Saudi Arabia then started pushing back into statement, denounced baseless allegation and called them lies as the accusations and evidence mounted. The Saturday started getting more forceful in their denials and their messages too, threatening tone like in the Suites in the foreign Ministry. Demises the outcome of these weekend Evers the Tweet was mysteriously deleted. The next day more report continue to come out. Some of them were grizzly unofficial, saying you can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and murdered. That’S when the Saudis seem to be testing out an eyebrow-raising Theory and using President Trump to help sell it yet another twist sources close to Saudi Arabia started teasing the idea that, yes, who showed you was dead, but it was because of an interrogation gone wrong, but They also continue to Maine and the king and Crown Prince, had no knowledge of it. The Saturday say they’re investigating and when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo arrives in Saudi Arabia, there were smiles and pleasantries. It looked like business as usual, but are the head spinning stories about a suspected gory murder by a key us Ally? It was anything but Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi dissident and journalist, was last seen entering the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2. Since then, Saudi Arabia’s messaging has shifted. Here’s how.
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