Intercepted Messages Fill in Details on Murder of Khashoggi | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Intercepted Messages Fill in Details on Murder of Khashoggi

The Trump Administration has settled decisively on not blaming the Saudi Crown Prince for murdering reporter Jamal Khashoggi. The evidence underpinning this allegation, at least from the CIA assessment, centers of intercepted messages.

The Saudi Crown Prince wasn’t physically in Istanbul doing the murdering, and that seems to be the sum total of the uncertainty that the administration is resting on. His closest adviser was there, however, overseeing the murder. The CIA also intercepted 11 messages from the prince to this adviser in the hours immediately leading up to and following the murder.

Another intercept the CIA got from the crown prince pointed to the underlying plot itself, with the prince saying “we could probably lure Khashoggi outside Saudi Arabia and make arrangements” even if they couldn’t lure him back to Saudi Arabia.


@sibeledmonds --- #CIA Report Concluded That #MBS Ordered


Intentional Lie for the Continuation of the #PsyOp.-

where is the the cover up / propaganda tag dear host


more regurgitating of a CIA press releases via some anon source in the media. antiwar can suck a dick on this one. their hatred for Saudi blinds them. total bull shit

some how antiwar knows more than Sen paul


how about adding the word report in the title?


The CIA has reportedly concluded...

Excerpts of the Central Intelligence Agency’s assessment, which cites electronic intercepts and other clandestine information,

were reviewed by The Wall Street Journal
Warren P. Strobel writer

After this article’s initial publication online, a Saudi official, responding to an earlier request for comment to the Saudi Embassy in Washington, said, “HRH the Crown Prince communicates regularly with various senior officials within the Royal Court on different matters. At no time did HRH correspond with any Saudi officials in any government entity on harming Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi citizen. We continue to categorically reject any accusations based on speculations.”

A CIA spokesman declined to comment on the report.

A White House official said Friday the White House doesn’t comment

Mr. Qahtani didn’t respond to a request for comment.

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