By Jon Kelly
Vancouver, BC – Exclusive new video published to social media on October 25, 2018, follows NewsInsideOut.com reporter Jon Kelly as he walks through a graveyard in Natchez, Mississippi, while investigating the reported murder by torture and dismemberment of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi. Granular analysis decrypts the Yemen War critic’s secret interview audio highlight released posthumously by Newsweek revealing multidimensional messages that anticipated the reputed Saudi intelligence operative’s death by murder at the hands of multiple male suspects.
The Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) and U.S. President Trump denouncer was said to have feared for his life after fleeing the country. Months after the Osama Bin Laden former associate’s departure the 2017 Saudi Arabian Purge reportedly employed American mercenary torturers against an estimated 500 individuals arrested in a campaign targeting repression of the war crime regime’s critics.
In a 2015 statement Mr. François Delattre, Permanent Representative of France to the United Nations, highlighted that 90 percent of crimes against journalists are not prosecuted, naming the state’s primary responsibility to investigate along with the International Criminal Court (ICC).
“The primary responsibility in this area lies with the states,” the head of France’s UN mission said, “Which must systematically investigate such crimes and prosecute the perpetrators. The International Criminal Court may also play a role. Under the Geneva Conventions,” the former Ambassador of France to Canada (2008-2011) continued, “Journalists are civilians; their murder may constitute a war crime under the Rome Statute.”
Let’s now take a look at results from this most recent NewsInsideOut.com investigative forensic assessment focused upon murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s secret Newsweek interview. The following remarks highlight these findings in bold followed by transcripts of the statements from which they were derived (Newsweek ‘JAMAL KHASHOGGI SECRET INTERVIEW’ published October 19, 2018).
His murder /2 The dead guy: Deep inside him, he is an old-fashioned tribal leader. Look at the Kuwaiti judiciary, which is like a Gulf state; the society is very much close to the Saudi society. But the Kuwaiti judiciary is way more advanced than the Saudi judiciary, way more transparent than the Saudi judiciary.
Why does MBS not see that part of reform? Because it will limit his authoritarian rule, and he doesn’t want that. He doesn’t see the need for that. So sometimes I feel that…he wants to enjoy the fruits of First World modernity and Silicon Valley and cinemas and everything, but at the same time he wants also to rule like how his grandfather ruled Saudi Arabia.
You’re dead. /2 My killer men: I don’t think he can. But if there is no one. First of all, there is no political movement in Saudi Arabia that could pressure him, number one. And the world is happy with him. Do you see anybody in America except for Bernie Sanders who is calling for putting pressure on MBS? I only saw Bernie Sanders, but no one else. I am sure the Americans are not going to apply pressure on MBS [unless] a true crisis happens in Saudi Arabia.