Turkey to present dossier on Khashoggi’s murder to Saudi’s top prosecutor and will ask for another joint search at consul-general’s residence
Turkish investigators looking into the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi will present Saudi Arabia’s top prosecutor with a 150-page dossier and request another joint search at the residence of the kingdom’s consul-general in Istanbul, according to a Turkish source of Al Jazeera.
Saudi prosecutor Saud al-Mojeb will meet on Monday Irfan Fidan, the Istanbul chief public prosecutor, to discuss the latest findings in Khashoggi’s case, who was murdered in the consulate building on October 2.
According to a source at the prosecutor’s office, who spoke to Al Jazeera on condition of anonymity, Fidan will ask al-Mojeb to conduct another joint search at the consul-general’s residence.
The source said that when Turkish investigators first entered the building in mid-October they were not allowed to search three rooms that had been locked by the Saudi staff.