Turkish academic disproves accusations of Saudi tourists in Khashoggi case

Uslu cites the findings of the Turkish police, pointing out what they missed to provide. (Twitter)

Turkish academic and columnist, Emre Uslu, presented on his Twitter account on Wednesday, evidence that contradicts the widespread scenarios surrounding the disappearance of Saudi writer Jamal Khashoggi.

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.

He adds that there are four bank security cameras from which footage of the falsely accused Saudi tourists could be presented.

In addition to the four cameras, Uslu says that google maps shows three others.

Concluding his argument, the Turkish columnist posed a question around the reason footage from these cameras were not shared by Turkish police.

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