The US intelligence agency has a recording of the phone call from the CIA, proving that Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman had instructed Jamal Khashukhji to downplay the critics of Saudi Arabia.
The Turk newspaper Hurriyat told in a report on Thursday that CIA director Jeena Hospel had indicated that such phone calls were being recorded in the meeting with Turkish officials last month.
There is a growing pressure on MBS or Mohammed bin Salman to prove that there is no involvement in his involvement in the murder of journalist Jamal Khashukhji within the Saudi consulate located in Istanbul city of Turkey about 6 weeks ago.
Riyaz has repeatedly denied that Yuvraj Mohammed bin Salman has no role in the murder, while many audio recordings confirm that he ordered the assassination of his old friend Khashukhji when he started criticizing his policies.
Abdul Qadir Salvi, who wrote articles for the Hurriyat, claimed that the alleged phone call took place between the MBS and his brother Khalid, that “there is talk of another recording.”
They claimed: “It is being said that the Saudi Prince ordered Jamal Khashukhi to be dismissed as soon as possible.”
Turk President Rajab Tayyab Ardogan has already said that Khushkuji’s murder was ordered by Saudi Arabia’s highest leadership.