Monday, October 15, 2018
Saudi Arabia: The Government That Couldn't Do Murder Cover-Up Straight
UPDATE below: Pompeo to aid in the coverup.
Let's put it this way, OJ Simpson's hunt for Nicole Simpson's killer has better creds than the latest moves by Saudi Arabia in their "investigation" to determine what happened to Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi after he went missing nearly two weeks ago upon entering the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Turkey.
This morning Turkey’s Foreign Ministry has announced that Turkey and Saudi Arabia are expected to conduct a joint “inspection” on Monday of the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul, where the disappearance apparently took place.
But just minutes after the announcement, a cleaning crew with mops, trash bags and cartons of milk walked in past journalists waiting outside the consulate.
Meanwhile back in the USA, President Trump said he spoke to Saudi Arabian King Salman and that the King denied any knowledge concerning the disappearance/killing of Khashoggi. The President speculated that the King was probably thinking it was a "rogue" 15-man hit team that killed Khasoggi---inside the Saudi consulate.
Trump is sending Secretary of State Pompeo to Saudi Arabia, immediately.
What could Pompeo possibly do in the Kingdom other than provide U. S. assistance in the coverup?
at 10:45 AM