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Hasogic case – Turkish defense minister: the killers may have taken the corpse from Turkey Big World 

Hasogic case – Turkish defense minister: the killers may have taken the corpse from Turkey

It may have been the case that the perpetrators have taken away the corpses of Saudi opposition journalist Jamal Hasogdis, who was assassinated in Istanbul on October 2, in Istanbul, on Sunday, quoted by CNN Türk Turkish news editor Hulusi Akar, Turkish Defense Minister.

Wanted at the International Security Forum in Halifax, Canada, in response to a question, he said that there is a possibility that the perpetrators would take the corpses of the Saudi journalist in their suitcases when they left Turkey in the hours following the murder. You want to point out that this could not mean trouble for them because they enjoyed diplomatic exemption. At the same time, the Turkish Defense Minister underlined that this was only one option.
The 59-year-old Hasogdis, who criticizes the Saudi monarchy, went to the Delhi delegation in Istanbul to obtain the necessary documents for marriage with the Turkish bride. Hours before Hasogix entered the building, 15 Saudi men arrived with two private aircrafts to Istanbul and they also went to the Consulate General. After the murder, the 15 people quickly left Turkey and returned to the capital of the desert kingdom that day.
According to the Istanbul Public Prosecutor’s Office, a journalist in the United States was intimidated in advance as soon as he entered the building of the Delegation, and then his body was chopped up and destroyed. Turkey’s Foreign Policy Adviser, Yasin Aktay, Turkish Foreign Minister, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, and the Turkish daily newspaper Sabah, later claimed that the culled body was probably dissolved in acid.
At the same time, according to the charges of the prosecution in Saudi prosecution, Hasogdzi was then executed at the Consulate General for resisting the Saudi group coming to Istanbul for their repatriation. According to the text, Hasogji was not strangled, but was killed by injecting a vein before being cut off and part of his body was removed from the building. While a five-year sentence for a five-time offender in Riyadh was sentenced to death, Hasogdis’s bodyguard, which was allegedly taken out of the building, was still missing.

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