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The mystery behind it: Khashoggi was in fact injected with “an unknown drug” and butchered alive

A source claims that the Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was butchered alive during the tormenting seven-minute execution inside the consulate in Istanbul.

This was proved by the audio recording that was being already recorded on the journalist’s own Apple watch while he was still inside the consulate.

The audio reveals us the dying screams and the shouting of Khashoggi as he was dragged from the Saudi Consul General’s office to a table in a next room where he was butchered by the ‘hit-squad’.

Also, Khashoggi was injected with an “unknown drug” which was done to make him silence.

According to the Turkish media reports, Saudi escort who was given the orders to cut off the limbs of Khashoggi, inject him with an unknown drug to make him silence, and dissect him surgically made four phone calls to the Saudi Prince Muhammad Bin Salman, who in return didn’t reply.

The Crown Prince denies knowing of the phone calls and as well as the case of Khashoggi’s death.

“They had not come to question him. In fact, it was all planned. They had come to kill him. It’s clear and obvious.”, the media sources say.

While the media somehow is doubting the Saudi Crown Prince, as Khashoggi was his critic and had spoken against the government of Saudi Arabia, it is claimed that the Crown Prince might have given the orders to the ‘hit-squad’ to torture and dismember Khashoggi to death.

But according to the Trump’s tweet, which he did after meeting the Crown Prince, it is clear that the Crown Prince was with the Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

And the Crown Prince also denies of having any knowledge regarding the phone calls made by the ‘fist-fight team’ and the killing of Khashoggi in the consulate.

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