Turkish police uncover blatant media inaccuracy in Khashoggi, says expert

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In a tweet, exposing the blatant inaccuracy in the Qatari media outlets’ coverage, challenging the misreported news and dubious sources, Turkish academic and columnist, Emre Uslu said in a tweet on Sunday that the Turkish police confirmed his earlier analysis regarding the inaccuracy in the alleged picture of Saudi citizen Salah Mohammad A. Tubaigy.

He said in the tweet that the alleged picture, leaked by Turkish intelligence to Turkish newspaper Sabah which reported that this picture was taken on October, 2, 2018, on the same day of the disappearance of Saudi citizen and Journalist Jamal Khashogy in Istanbul, Turkey.


But the Turkish academic and columnist Uslu confirms in the tweet that the Turkish police revealed that this picture was taken back in 2013.

Tubaigy name surfaced as one of an alleged 15 Saudi team members who arrived in Turkey on two private jets and entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, when Jamal Khashoggi was there, in order to murder him, as reported by the Qatari media outlets.

These same media outlets reported that Tubaigy is an autopsy expert at Saudi Arabia’s internal security agency.

The Turkish academic and columnist once again uncovered one of many dubious fake news related to the Qatari media coverage on the disappearance of Saudi citizen Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul, Turkey.

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