The Turkish attorney has found traces of hydrofluoric acid and other chemicals at a Saudi consul general's home in Istanbul, a source at the Turkish attorney general's office has been told Al Jazeera.
The discovery comes about six weeks after the journalist and Saudi dissident Jamal Khashoggi disappeared from the Saudi consulate. He is now believed to have been murdered, despite early claims from Saudi officials that he left the building unscathed. In late October, those authorities acknowledged that he had been killed; Khashoggi's death, and punish them.
Turkish investigators first tried to gain access to the Consul's garden and well shaft in mid-October. but were refused permission. But they "briefly" took samples from the top of the well shaft, the Qatari news outlet reported, which now show evidence of hydrofluoric acid and other chemicals. Samples taken from the sewer and drainage system in the area.
The Whereabouts of Khashoggi's remains has been a constant question in recent weeks. On Friday (Nov. 2), aide to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said they had his body dismissed, "he said.
[Khashoggi's death has been minimal.]