πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¦Can Saudi Arabia get away with murder? | Inside Story

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Published on 22 Oct 2018, 17:40
Turkey’s President is promising to reveal the ‘naked truth’ about what happened in Istanbul.
That will be the first official release of details.
Unofficially, Turkish sources have repeatedly leaked gruesome accounts of how the journalist was killed and dismembered three weeks ago.
The journalist was missing for two weeks before Saudi leaders eventually admitted his killing, they say by mistake, in their consulate in Istanbul.
Their story has changed since then, what's being described as a 'rogue operation’ is the latest explanation.
What isn’t changing is the kingdom’s insistence that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman did not order the operation to kill.
As the international outcry builds, critics are sceptical that the heir apparent didn’t know anything about it.
Will pressure on the Saudis work?

Presenter: Peter Dobbie
Guests:
Ali Al-Ahmed - Director, Gulf Affairs Institute and former Saudi political prisoner
Matthew Brodsky - Security Studies Group, Washington DC
Mustafa Akyol, CATO Instiitute's Center for Global Liberty and Prosperity

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