CIA Director Gina Hapsel has heard the alleged tone that Turkey allegedly allegedtwo sources have told CBS News. Haspel, who visited Turkey earlier this week, was to inform President Trump about her investigation into the death of the Saudi journalist.
Turkish officials have leaked details of an alleged record from Khashoggi, which apparently proves he was murdered and dismembered. So far, both US officials and Turkish officials have said that the alleged record was not shared by Turkey. The existence of such a record is not yet proven.
Khashoggi, a frequent critic of the Saudi government anddisappeared on October 2 after visiting the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. After weeks of claiming Khashoggi had left the consulate, the Saudi government said on October 1
The international communityin Khashoggi's death. And less than a week after the first report of his death revealed that Khashoggi's death was planned.
The US Department of State has already announced that it will withdraw 21 Saudis' visas suspected of communicating with Khashoggi's death.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday he would tell the world the "bare truth" about what had happened in the Saudi consulate, but the Turkish leader had spoken to legislators in the Turkish parliament on Tuesday accused of scandal The Saudi government, however, does not provide any valid evidence for the allegation of a "wild", intentional "political murder." He did not mention any audio or video evidence in this case.
CBS News & # 39; Kylie Atwoord, Fin Gomez and Caroline Linton contributed to this report.
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