Published: Tue, October 16, 2018
Finance | By Cynthia Curry

Khashoggi killed in interrogation 'gone wrong'

Khashoggi killed in interrogation 'gone wrong'

CNN reported that the Saudis were going to admit the killing had occurred but deny the king or crown prince had ordered it, which does not match what analysts and experts know about the kingdom's inner workings. According to CNN, the report will likely claim the interrogation was conducted without clearance or transparency. He said the United States was working with Saudi Arabia and Turkey to figure out what happened. In an apparent response to Trump's comments, a Saudi official said if any moves were taken against the kingdom "it will respond with greater action".

The president has sent Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to Saudi Arabia to investigate the disappearance.

US President Donald Trump earlier Monday said he had spoken with Saudi Arabia's King Salman who strongly denied the kingdom's involvement in Khashoggi's disappearance.

Mr Trump has said Saudi Arabia could face "severe punishment" if it was proven it was involved in Khashoggi's disappearance.

The controversy has troubled Saudi's traditional Western allies - who are key arms suppliers to the kingdom - and also undermined efforts by Mohamed bin Salman to present himself as a modernising ruler.

"We didn't even issue our own statement", Laverdière said in question period. Trump himself said without offering evidence that Khashoggi could have been murdered by "rogue killers", offering the US-allied kingdom a possible path out of a global diplomatic firestorm.

"This is unfortunate; this is something that is making our - my work - and the Center for [Democracy and] Human Rights in Saudi Arabia very hard", he continued.

The Turkish government believes Khashoggi was killed and dismembered inside the consulate, and his body removed in suitcases or boxes.

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"There's something really bad and disgusting about that if that were the case", he said, referring to allegations by Turkish authorities that Saudi Arabia was involved.

September 28: Khashoggi visits the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul for the first time to pick up a permission document to marry Cengiz.

Many in, however, rub shoulders with Washington Post columnists - of which Khashoggi was one - and thus, his apparent murder has forced many American lobbyists, corporate titans, and public officials to feign shock and concern at the revelation that the totalitarian, Islamist government of Saudi Arabia does not respect the human rights of its dissidents.

A joint Saudi-Turkish team arrived at the consulate on Monday in Istanbul's upscale 4th Levent neighbourhood, as journalists filmed and shot photographs of their arrival.

But Riyadh vowed to hit back on Sunday against any punitive measures as its stock market tumbled, with the fallout from the crisis threatening to imperil Prince Mohammed's much-hyped economic reform drive.

The head of JP Morgan, Jamie Dimon, is one of the latest high-profile executives to pull out.

Khashoggi, a Saudi critic of the regime, hasn't been seen since he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2 to pick up a document for his upcoming wedding.

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