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Saudi prince approved Khashoggi’s murder – US

US intelligence has confirmed the murder approved by Saudi king Mohammed bin Salman, yet escaped liability.

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US intelligence has confirmed the murder approved by Saudi king Mohammed bin Salman, yet escaped liability.

The four-page report was released against the king of killing columnist who was living in exile. The report also contained a new Kashoggi policy imposing visa restrictions on foreign individuals. The policy will target foreign people and their activities such as harassment, surveillance, and threats against journalists, activists, and dissidents.

The US Treasury also issued new sanctions against Ahmad Hassan Mohammed al Asiri, the former deputy head of Saudi Arabia’s General Intelligence Presidency. The underlying reason was his association with the murder and was a ringleader of the plan.  

Senator Ron Wyden claimed relations of trump with the Saudi king. Moreover, he also accused the transactional activities with Saudi Arabia. “The United States government should impose sanctions against the Crown Prince, as it has done for the other perpetrators – targeting his assets but also his international engagements.”

Moreover, the report also claimed the absolute control of the Saudi prince over intelligence agencies. Also, it is highly unlikely” that Saudi officials would have carried out an operation like Khashoggi’s murder without the prince’s approval.

Included in the assessment were several bullet points that contributed to the agencies’ findings. Price Mohammad threatened people to fulfill the task unless they would be arrested or fired. But the astonishing thing is that despite all the proven charges, he is all free to roam around because of immunity. 

However, the response from the Saudi side has all denied the US claims. The accusation still makes US-Saudi relations tense by making sure that oil doesn’t reach there. 

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