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#1 User is offline   Liz 

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  Posted 29 October 2018 - 01:04 AM

Khashoggi BOMBSHELL: Britain 'KNEW Of Kidnap Plot And BEGGED Saudi Arabia To Abort Plans'

MURDERED journalist Jamal Khashoggi was about to disclose details of Saudi Arabia’s use of chemical weapons in Yemen, sources close to him said last night. The revelations come as separate intelligence sources disclosed that Britain had first been made aware of a plot a full three weeks before he walked into the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

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By Marco Giannangeli, Diplomatic Editor
UPDATED: 15:35, Sun, Oct 28, 2018

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Intercepts by GCHQ of internal communications by the kingdom’s General Intelligence Directorate revealed orders by a “member of the royal circle” to abduct the troublesome journalist and take him back to Saudi Arabia.

The orders, intelligence sources say, did not emanate directly from de facto ruler Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman, and it is not known if he was aware of them.

Though they commanded that Khashoggi should be abducted and taken back to Riyadh, they “left the door open” for other actions should the journalist prove to be troublesome, sources said.

Last week Saudi Arabia’s Attorney General confirmed that the murder had been premeditated - in contrast to initial official explanations that Khashoggi had been killed after a fight broke out.

The suspects in the incident had committed their act with a premeditated intention,” he said.

“The Public Prosecution continues its investigations with the accused in the light of what it has received and the results of its investigations to reach facts and complete the course of justice.”

Those suspects are within a 15-strong hit squad sent to Turkey, and include serving members of GID.

Speaking last night the intelligence source told the Sunday Express: “We were initially made aware that something was going in the first week of September, around three weeks before Mr Khashoggi walked into the consulate on October 2, though it took more time for other details to emerge.

“These details included primary orders to capture Mr Khashoggi and bring him back to Saudi Arabia for questioning. However, the door seemed to be left open for alternative remedies to what was seen as a big problem.

“We know the orders came from a member of the royal circle but have no direct information to link them to Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman.

"Whether this meant he was not the original issuer we cannot say.”

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Posted 29 October 2018 - 09:04 AM

Interesting. Why wouldn't our ally at least tell us?
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Posted 29 October 2018 - 11:20 AM

I couldn't care less about khashoggi's passing. He was a wahabi muslim brotherhood member. The fewer of them alive, the better. :2cents:
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Posted 29 October 2018 - 12:50 PM

View PostBookdoc, on 29 October 2018 - 11:20 AM, said:

I couldn't care less about khashoggi's passing. He was a wahabi muslim brotherhood member. The fewer of them alive, the better. :2cents:

I don't know anyone who really cares about this.
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