The Turkish prosecutor announced Monday that he had found an "employee" who had taken away the body of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
"A contact was made between a member of the team accused of killing Jamal Khashoggi, who had committed the murder, with a Saudi citizen who lived in the Yalova district near Istanbul, a day before he was killed, "said prosecutors in a brief statement.
The Prosecution pointed out that "the first estimate is that talking was to hide or get rid of the body of them after cutting."
urgent Public Prosecutor's office in Istanbul: a telephone conversation between a Khashoggi murderer and a Saudi citizen who lived in a Yalova district, one day before the killing of Khashoggi
– Arabic – Now TRT (TRTArabi) November 26, 2018
The Turkish Attorney General said that the suspect "Abu Hussein" contacted the Saudi citizen who owns the villa in Yalova, centered around the removal of a body.
The district attorney in Istanbul also said that the city's district attorney will publish in a statement the results and the course of the investigation taking place in the city of Yalova.
On Monday, the Turkish police expanded the scope of its investigation into two villas in Samanli, a tourist village in the northwestern state of Yalwa, after discovering a connection between the Saudi suspects in the Khashoggi stronghold and the owner of a of the two villas.
According to the information published by the "Anatolia" agency, Turkish researchers found a telephone connection between some of the 15 suspects who came to the consulate on the day of Khashoggi's death, and a Saudi businessman who owned a villa in Yalwa. possession.
The Saudi prosecutor has announced that it has indicted 11 people in the 21-year-old Khashoggi case and has filed a criminal case against them claiming the execution of five of them and committed the crime.
The Saudi prosecutor said the Task Force is the former deputy intelligence commander, explaining that the order to kill journalist Jamal Khashoggi is the leader of the team sent to send him back to the kingdom, and investigations remain the location of the body.
The prosecutor said that Khashoggi was killed after a fight and he was injected with a deadly substance and that five suspects had taken his body out of the consulate after his dissolution.
In turn, Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that his country has records regarding the death of Khashoggi.
"The shots of killing Khashoggi are really shocking," he told the daily Hurriyet Daily News and Yeni Shafiq. "We have done the recording of this murder for everyone he wants from us."