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Investigation on Jamal’s murder continues

The special investigation committee which was appointed few days back by UN and which is headed by
special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary, or arbitrary executions of UN, Agnes Callamard reveals
that based on the information collected so far it is rational to suspect Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed
Bin Salman as one of the main suspects who is behind the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi on
October 02, 2018 at Saudi Consulate in Istanbul.

Jamal Khashoggi was an independent and sort of an aggressive journalist who was brave enough to
critic, bureaucratic regulatory system which has been conducted by the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. At
the time he was assassinated at Saudi Arabian Consulate in Istanbul, he was an author, columnist and a
dissident of Saudi Arabia who attached in to “The Washington Post”, one of the major daily newspapers
that published in Washington D.C., plus, he was the chief editor and a general manager of Al-Arab news
channel. His fearlessness caused his death and ruthlessness of the killer, sealed his death.

Agnas Callamard, UN’s special rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions started a
week-long investigation program with her team on finding the script writer of Jamal’s murder the paid
actors who were executed it. She appreciated support received by Turkish government and waiting for
responds of Saudi government in order to proceed. However, with the findings that are available all
fingers are pointing on Crown Prince of Saudi. Yet, he isn’t proven guilty though. Agnas, is expecting to
disclose the report made on findings alongside with her recommendations in the UNHRC session which
is scheduled in June, 2019.

May Agnas gets all the strength, skill and the luck to find the real killer and do the justice for the soul of
Jamal Khashoggi…!

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