The elephant in the room cannot be concealed - TAMER KORKMAZ

The elephant in the room cannot be concealed

It has been exactly a month since Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi was murdered, and his body is yet to be found. According to information shared for the first time by the Istanbul Prosecutor's Office, Khashoggi was strangled to death as soon as he entered the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, and his body was dismembered and destroyed.

The facts are starting to come out one after the other.

Of course, the Saudis' spear does not fit in the sack.

Istanbul Chief Public Prosecutor İrfan Fidan's statement the previous day came after the meetings with Saudi Arabia's Chief Public Prosecutor Saud Al Mujab.

Al Mujab was observed to be "avoiding cooperation" and "trying to find out what evidence Turkey has."

Since that is the case:

Let us note that CIA Director Gina Haspel, also known as the "Torture Queen," visited Turkey "in an alarmed state" last week.

Haspel had also wanted to find out "what evidence Turkey holds. So? They are aware they got caught; "in haste," and they wanted to see "how much Ankara knows."

The pawns they used in the Khashoggi murder are from the cell under the Saudi administration working for the deep U.S. state. In addition to this, the CIA is the one planned and organized the horrific assassination.

U.S. President Donald Trump, his son-in-law Jared Kushner, CIA's Haspel, the deep figures of Washington, are all together making great efforts to hide the Khashoggi murder.

Meanwhile, they are acting like they are " cracking down on the murder, wanting to shed light on it."

So, the "country of freedoms” huh?

At this point, there being those on the inside who have been appealing to the U.S. from the very start - to have the Khashoggi murder solved - is, in the "lightest sense," a noteworthy illusion.

Khashoggi was not a U.S. citizen. The murder was not committed in the U.S. Despite this, some groups requested the U.S., which they call the "country of freedoms," to find the perpetrators of the Khashoggi murder.

Whereas, let alone enlightening the murder, the U.S. is doing somersaults to hide the background of the assassination.


Khashoggi's fiancé Hatice Cengiz said, "I am greatly disappointed by the attitude political leaders have displayed until now, primarily the U.S."

Stating that "Trump should help reveal the truth and establish justice," she said, "President Trump should not allow the murder to be covered up."

Yet, what is the "situation"?

The bandit state is completely involved in the Khashoggi murder. What's more, it is the murder's actual headquarters. Hence, Trump, who is the president of such a villainous, brutal blood-sucking state - his son-in-law and he himself are both involved - would never want the truth to be revealed. They would do anything to cover the truths regarding the murder.

‘Investigator’ torturer

The hardened pro-U.S. "influence agents" in our media call that fickle Haspel leading the CIA "investigator" when mentioning her. In other words, they just cannot seem to call Haspel the "Queen of Torture" - as she deserves.

If they had no shame, they would call her "investigative journalist" or something along those lines.

Their chance of making insinuations to the oppressor leading the CIA, such as, "Were you talking about the records of torture on Khashoggi? You would know torture!" is zero.

While writing that "The CIA chief was not given records of the torture on Khashoggi during her visit to Turkey, that she was only allowed to listen to it," they - somehow - do not remember the systematic torture sessions Haspel managed in Afghanistan and Iraq.

These same people were the ones who applauded with "pride and excitement" and supported with all their being the illegal invasion of tyrant and murderer U.S. soldiers who clamped down on Iraq in 2003 "with false grounds" and whose tortures at Abu Ghraib Prison were revealed in 2004.

The "obvious journalists bought by Uncle Sam" in our media overlooked the massacre of millions of innocent Muslims in Iraq and Afghanistan: they did not make a peep, not a word of objection.


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