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Saudi Arabia’s rulers are considering blaming a top intelligence official close to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for the killing of Saudi dissident and U.S. resident Jamal Khashoggi, three people with knowledge of the Saudi plans told the New York Times Thursday.
They plan to blame to Gen. Ahmed al-Assiri, the deputy chief of Saudi intelligence and adviser to the crown prince, which shows the extent of concern over the backlash from the killing.
Al-Assiri was named a spokesman for the Saudi-led coalition that attacked Yemen in 2015 and he became well known to the international news media. He gave interviews in French, English and Arabic, but often privately harassed reporters when he didn’t like their reporting, NYT reported.
U.S. lawmakers of both parties are expressing far greater concern over what appears to be Khashoggi’s brutal killing than they were with other “Saudi errors like the kidnapping of the Click here to read entire article