'Top Secret' Saudi documents show Khashoggi assassins used company seized by Saudi crown prince

Recently filed court documents seen by the CNN have revealed new secrets that prove the Saudi regime’s involvement in killing and dismembering Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Turkish Capital Ankara in October 2018.

According to these documents, two private jets used by a Saudi Arabian assassination squad that killed Khashoggi were owned by a company that less than a year prior had been seized by the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.

The documents, filed as part of a Canadian civil lawsuit earlier this year, are labeled "Top Secret" and signed by a Saudi minister who relayed the orders of the crown prince.

"According to the instruction of His Highness the Crown Prince," the minister wrote according to a translation, "immediately approve the completion of the necessary procedures for this."

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Source: CNN