This 9 December 2018 video says about itself:
🇹🇷Cengiz: No normal person could imagine such ‘horrific’ crime | Al Jazeera English
The fiancée of slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has called for the perpetrators of the murder to be identified and put on trial. In an exclusive interview with Al Jazeera, Hatice Cengiz said she will keep fighting to ensure everyone responsible for his murder is brought to justice.
Translated from Dutch NOS TV today:
“I can’t breathe” were the last words of Jamal Khashoggi when he was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. CNN quotes for the first time extensively from the recordings that were made of the incident.
The US American news channel has spoken to an anonymous source who has read a translated transcript of the recording. According to CNN, the state of affairs shows that there was a preconceived plan, and that the death of Khashoggi was not an accident, as Saudi Arabia initially claimed. …
The recording shows that Khashoggi quickly realizes that something is wrong when he enters the consulate on 2 October to arrange papers for his marriage. He recognizes one of the men of the death squad and asks what he is doing there.
“You are coming back”, says the man, to which Khashoggi objects “You can not do that, people are waiting outside”. Khashoggi’s fiancée was indeed waiting for him at the consulate.
Without one more word being exchanged, several people attack Khashoggi. According to the source, there is no indication that the men tried to get Khashoggi back to Saudi Arabia or that things got out of hand, as the Saudis claimed: they are clearly aiming to kill him.
‘Scream, saw, cutting’
In fact, the transcript describes Khashoggi‘s death agony. He says “I can’t breathe” several times. Then follow the words “scream”, “scream” and “gasping”. The exact moment of his death is not clear, but in the text follow “saw” and “cutting”.
One of the attendees [the bone saw surgeon] gives a tip during the cutting up of the body. “Put your ear plugs in, or listen to music like me.”
The source says to CNN that one of those present makes three phone calls during that gruesome work, possibly with his supervisors. “Tell your [bos]s, the thing is done, it’s done”, says the man. His words are businesslike, there is no indication that he is calling about something that has gone wrong.
With whom the phone calls were is not clear from the recording. The Turkish authorities believe that it may be a close associate of the Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed. Last week Turkey issued an investigation order against that employee.
But the Saudi government has said they won’t extradite any suspects.
A full translated transcript of an audio recording of the murder of Saudi dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul on October 2nd shows that the killing was pre-planned – and refutes Ryiadh’s claims: here.
KUSHNER ADVISED MBS AFTER KHASHOGGI’S KILLING Jared Kushner flouted White House protocol by having private, informal conversations with Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman — even after the slaying of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. [HuffPost]
JOURNALISTS TOP TIME’S ‘PERSON OF THE YEAR’ Time magazine announced a group of journalists it called “The Guardians” as 2018 Person of the Year, referring to individuals “who have taken great risks in pursuit of greater truths.” Slain columnist Jamal Khashoggi topped the list. [HuffPost]