In a new tweet, challenging the misreported news, dubious sources and orchestrated media campaigns, Turkish academic and columnist, Emre Uslu said on Friday that a Turkish aviation expert confirms his point of view in the missing Saudi citizen and journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s case.
Uslu said in his tweet that two days after he casts doubt about the misreported news into Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance, Turkey’s aviation expert Ugur Cebeci confirmed his doubts and analysis into the alleged theory relating to “15 Saudis” who came into the country and left on their private jets, as alleged by the misreported media coverage.
He tweeted quoting the aviation expert by saying “Two days after my analysis, Aviation expert Ugur Cebeci confirms my analysis here. If you want exit with a private jet you cannot exit from this passport control gate. This is passenger pasport control gate.”
The Turkish academic and columnist confirms otherwise that if you are on a private jet, why would you be in the public terminal for regular travelers, blowing up the theory of the alleged 15 Saudi team who came into the country and entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul at the same time of Khashoggi entry.
Two days after my analysis Aviation expert Ugur Cebeci confirms my analysis here. If you wnat exit with a private jet you cannot exit from this passport control gate. This is passenger pasport control gate https://t.co/3wAj8KzpWC https://t.co/8jaTsKOQbM— Emre Uslu (@EmreUslu) October 12, 2018
On Wednesday, Uslu, presented on his Twitter account evidence that contradicts the widespread scenarios surrounding the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi. Read more
In a thread of tweets, Uslu said that he was trying to “highlight the major problems” in the Turkish police’s investigation, adding that he does not support any theory relating to the 15 Saudi tourists accused of having a hand in Khashoggi’s disappearance.
Uslu cites the findings of the Turkish police, pointing out what they missed to provide.
Adding to Uslu’s doubts, that one of the photos published by Turkish and Qatari media as a “team of 15 Saudis” who arrived in Istanbul to execute “Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance act”, was an old picture of a Saudi tourist accompanied by his wife visiting Istanbul. Full story