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Turkish media leaks more pictures of Khashoggi murder suspects | Turkey News

The Turkish media have again leaked pictures of the alleged Saudi murder group accused of murdering the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. New pictures published on Wednesday appear to show that the 15-member "hit team" arrives at the consulate in Istanbul. 19659002] The alleged Saudi Arabian team can be seen as arriving in Turkey hours before the killing, into the consulate and consulate, and finally fly out of Turkey shortly after. Istanbul police and Turkish intelligence have been poring over 3,500 hours of video from 147 cameras in 80 areas throughout the city. Video footage also shows Abdulaziz Mohammed al-Hawsawi, 31, a member of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's security team, reported the Anadolu news agency. Another suspected case was Saud a l-Qahtani, who believed to have overseen the 1 5-man squad who flew from the Saudi capital Riyadh. Qahtani, 40, is one of the high-profile figures involved in the killing and was allegedly Prince Mohammed's right man. The 40-year-old was taken away as a royal court adviser after Khashoggi's murder. Khashoggi, a Saudi columnist for the Washington Post, failed to enter the consulate in Istanbul on October 2. After he had said that he had weeks later, the Saudi government recognized that he was killed there and blamed his death on "rogue" operations.

The Turkish media have again leaked pictures of the alleged Saudi murder group accused of murdering the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

New pictures published on Wednesday appear to show that the 15-member “hit team” arrives at the consulate in Istanbul. 19659002] The alleged Saudi Arabian team can be seen as arriving in Turkey hours before the killing, into the consulate and consulate, and finally fly out of Turkey shortly after.

Istanbul police and Turkish intelligence have been poring over 3,500 hours of video from 147 cameras in 80 areas throughout the city.

Video footage also shows Abdulaziz Mohammed al-Hawsawi, 31, a member of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s security team, reported the Anadolu news agency.

Another suspected case was Saud a l-Qahtani, who believed to have overseen the 1

5-man squad who flew from the Saudi capital Riyadh.

Qahtani, 40, is one of the high-profile figures involved in the killing and was allegedly Prince Mohammed’s right man. The 40-year-old was taken away as a royal court adviser after Khashoggi’s murder.

Khashoggi, a Saudi columnist for the Washington Post, failed to enter the consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

After he had said that he had weeks later, the Saudi government recognized that he was killed there and blamed his death on “rogue” operations.

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