The final words of Jamal Khashoggi were, “ I can’t breathe”, mentioning a source who has gone through the record of an audio tape of the final moments before the murder of the Saudi journalist. According to the source, the US network the record made clear that the murder was pre-planned and recommends multiple phone calls were made to provide orientations on the progress.

CNN said according to the officials of Turkey those calls were made to the top officials in Riyadh. Khashoggi, the Saudi contributor of The Washington Post, was murdered briefly after taking entry in the consulate of the kingdom in Istanbul on 2nd October.

The awful recording adds descriptions of Khashoggi fighting against his murderers. CNN claimed the credentials echoes of the protestor journalist’s body “ being dismembered by a saw”.

The real record was prepared by the intelligence service of Turkey and CNN told its resource go through a translated version and was notified on the surveillance into the death of the journalist.

The foreign minister of Saudi Arabia rejected the claims to hand over the presumption linked to the murder of Khashoggi as found by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

Erdogan has frequently called on Saudi Arabia to disclose the name of the suspects of the murder. According to Turkey, a 15 member Saudi team was handed over to Istanbul to murder Khashoggi. However, Saudi Arabia professes it was a “rogue” operation wrongly – a claim of undercutting by the presented record.

For his part US President Donald Trump has avoided from claiming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, even though the CIA frequently ended that he directed the murder.

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