Istanbul police receive new details on the killing of Khashoggi[/size] Twilight News
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The Turkish police have received reports from officials of a restaurant in Istanbul, the team of the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, to buy 32 kilograms of raw meat, after the execution of the crime.
The restaurant officials, the police, were informed of the details of the order, which in turn confiscated the camera's camera recordings, for detailed information.
According to Anatol, the owner of the restaurant, located near the Saudi consulate, said the police had been briefed on the details of the order.
The restaurant owner refused to make statements on the subject and the statements they made to the police.
The Istanbul Security Directorate published important details regarding Khashoggi's murder inside his consulate in Istanbul, about five months ago.
The Directorate, in a report on its activities during 2018, that the headquarters of the Saudi Consul, including water wells, and a kiln of mud can be ignited through wood and gas.
"This temperature is enough to completely hide the traces of DNA," the report said.
The Saudi forensic expert, Salah Mohammed al-Tabiki, 47, was a member of the assassination team that entered the consulate building on the day of the crime, the report said.
He pointed out that the doctor wrote a master's thesis on the analysis of DNA extracted from bone.
According to the report, this person has scientific capabilities to detect the effects of DNA in burned and rotting bones.
After conducting the necessary investigations in the area where the Saudi consulate is located, it was found that after the crime was committed by a famous restaurant, the assassination team ordered 32 uneaten meat.
"This step brings to mind a number of important questions, whether the cooking of meat in the oven was part of the premeditated assassination plan," the security directorate said. "These questions will be revealed later, especially as investigations are not yet over."
"Clearing the scene of the crime through chemicals indicates an attempt to conceal the effects of the predetermined crime," the report said.
"The assassination team was supposed to leave their bags in the hotel, but they brought her to the consulate," he said.
The report pointed out that "the assassination team was carrying his bags easily when entering the consulate, but suffered in the removal of those bags upon departure."
At the end of 2018, the Turkish police published the photograph of the person, Mustapha al-Madani, who was allegedly wearing Khashoggi's clothes after his death, and a person wearing a headdress. He did not confirm his identity until today, revealing that he was a local collaborator in killing the Saudi journalist, According to the Turkish newspaper "Yeni Shafak".
The photographs show that a bag of clothes resembling Khashoggi's clothes was in the hands of the local collaborator.
In the early days of the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi, Saudi Arabia said there was a local collaborator, but the Saudi administration and the prosecution did not make any statement or cooperation despite all Turkey's calls.
Turkey's Turkish newspaper TRT also quoted the police report as saying that Turkish security in Istanbul believed Khadija Genkis, Khashoggi's fiancé, was likely to be the second victim in the murder case.
The report added that if a consular officer reported the presence of a person waiting Khashoggi abroad, they would have summoned Khadija Genghis with any argument and also killed her, according to the agency "Anatolia" Turkish.
Since October 2, Khashoggi has been one of the most prominent and most heavily traded on the international agenda.
After 18 days of conflicting interpretations, Riyadh announced the death of Khashoggi, who entered her consulate in Istanbul following a "quarrel" with Saudi people, and the arrest of 18 citizens in the context of investigations, without revealing the whereabouts of the body.
In mid-November, the Saudi Public Prosecutor's Office announced that the person who ordered the killing was the head of the negotiating team (without mentioning his name).
On January 3, 2018, the Saudi Public Prosecution announced the holding of the first trial hearings in the case, but the United Nations considered the trial insufficient and renewed its demand for a "transparent and comprehensive" investigation.Keywords: http://www.shafaaq.com/ar/Ar_NewsReader/98a864f8-fdb0-435d-8a01-a25c4d28a734