Rogue Killers

 

Donald Trump is correct when he named

Khashoggi’s  assassins

as rogue killers

in a sense relative to the King of Saudi Aradia,

and not the Crown Prince Salman.

For there is no doubt that Prince Salman

ordered the interrogation.

Furthermore, Salman was the one

who is in control of the Saudi government at the time.

This case is reminiscent of the

assassination of Thomas Becket.

But never mind, that’s another story.

But you must agree with me

that I have been right so far as regards my guesses

about this Saudi Consulate affair.

Let us go through this some more.

My guess is that Salman has been reduced in power

and that the Saudi King has put himself back as King.

If not, the 15 assassins would have been slain by now.

The King prevented this as he now realizes that these men

are proof that he had no knowledge of this plot.

Otherwise the Crown Prince would have put them

to the sword, if he is still in power.

These assassins are simpletons when it comes to

clandestine operations as proven by the fact

that Khasoggi got away with a recorder-transmitter

in his watch.

This gave indubitable evidence of the botched interrogation

and the consequent murder of Khashoggi.

Now, not even sterilizing the Consulate of evidence would

counter this recorded interrogation.

The procedure of investigation now shifts to the Consul’s residence

where I believe they would find no further evidence.

The Consul most probably knew about the interrogation

not the murder.

And I would suggest that Saudi-Turkish investigators

question the crematoriums around, if there are any.

Presently, the Saudi King and Donald Trump are on damage control.

The King is to prove that Salman is “the rogue”

and the President is to prove that the assassination

should not affect the $110 billion arms contract.

On both sides, there would be heads to roll.

I did mention BOTH SIDES!

 

Khalid.mp4

(perhaps National Security Adviser Bolton should face the cameras to declare that he had nothing to do with recommending this interrogation in the ongoing fight for the Saudi throne)

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