Khashoggi’s ‘BODY PARTS are found’: Writer’s ‘disfigured face’ is discovered in garden of Saudi consul general’s house – as Turkish president Erdogan declares ‘savage’ murder WAS pre-planned

Tuesday, October 23, 2018
By Paul Martin

Jamal Khashoggi was killed after entering Saudi Arabia’s embassy in Istanbul
Turkish President Erdogan said there was strong evidence killing was ‘planned’
He said a team of Saudi officials had disabled CCTV in the consulate building
Erdogan said ‘this is a political murder’ and demanded to know ‘who gave orders’
A report claims some of Khashoggi’s remains have been found in the grounds of the Saudi consul general’s home
But in his speech, Erdogan had earlier said a corpse had not yet been located
Pictures have emerged showing Khashoggi’s son meeting Crown Prince today

By JULIAN ROBINSON
DAILYMAIL.COM
23 October 2018

This is the moment Jamal Khashoggi’s son glared at the Saudi royal blamed for the death of his father.

Salah bin Jamal Khashoggi was pictured in a stern handshake with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, the powerful heir to Saudi Arabia’s throne, in Riyadh during a meeting also attended by King Salman.

As the de facto ruler of the kingdom, the Crown Prince has been widely blamed for the death, which was carried out by a hit squad of senior Saudi intelligence officials.

It comes amid claims parts of the writer’s body including his disfigured face have been found in the grounds of the Saudi consul general’s home in Istanbul, with separate reports saying the remains were found down a well at the property.

Earlier, the Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Khashoggi’s ‘savage’ murder was planned by a Saudi hit squad who disabled CCTV at the Istanbul consulate before killing the writer and giving his body to a local fixer.

According to a Sky News report, parts of the writer’s body were discovered in the garden of the house, but it is not clear how much of his remains were found.

A separate report in Turkey claimed that the body parts were found in a well at the property. But in a speech earlier today, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan suggested a corpse had not yet been discovered and called on Saudi Arabia to reveal its location.

If proved true, questions will be raised over why it has taken so long to discover any of Khashoggi’s remains.

Saudi Arabia’s consul general Mohammed al-Otaibi fled Istanbul last week before his home was searched by Turkish police. He was then placed under investigation and relieved of his position, the kingdom said in a statement. Earlier today, Erdogan said he had told King Salman that the consul was ‘incompetent’.

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