SAUDI Arabia's Crown Prince stands accused of having blood on his hands over the audacious murder of rebel journalist Jamal Khashoggi. The dissident was slain in the Saudi consulate in Turkey more than two years ago — and dramatic new evidence suggests the oil-rich nation's ruler Mohammed bin Salman watched the killing via video link. Bin Salman, the Saudis' Crown Prince, denies having anything to do with Jamal's death but investigators suspect the victim was killed on camera so the murder could be overseen in his home country. The evidence features in new documentary The Dissident , directed by Oscar winner Bryan Fogel. US investigators, as well as the United Nations, believe Bin Salman backed the slaying of Jamal. The Turkish authorities recorded all of the conversations inside the Saudi consulate where the journalist was killed in October 2018. The documentary claims the murder had been planned in advance. 'THEY START TO CUT UP THE BODY WITH A BONE SAW' A team, including the Crown Prince's security officer Maher Mutreb and forensics expert Salah Al-Tubaigy, had flown into Turkey on a private jet under diplomatic passes. Al-Tubaigy can be heard on tape asking: "Has the sacrificial victim arrived?" as Jamal… Read full this story
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