12 of 15 Saudi men Turkish officials say played a role in Khashoggi’s disappearance appear to have links to Saudi security services, according to their posts on social media, emails, previous reports in local media and other material reviewed by The...
Aaron C. DavisNEW: As Saudi government pins Khashoggi’s death on underlings, WashPost obtains passport travel records showing five were in Crown Prince’s security entourage. They traveled to the U.S. repeatedly in recent years ahead of MBS.
Aaron C. DavisNEW: President Trump calls them “rogue killers.” But here is everything we know about the 15 Saudi men who flew to Istanbul the day Jamal Khashoggi was allegedly killed: 12 have links to Saudi security services and four to the office of the Crown Prince.
The alleged presence of the professor amplifies a macabre narrative put forth by Turkish investigators that a team of Saudis killed and dismembered Khashoggi.
Aaron C. DavisThe Saudi forensics expert who flew to Istanbul the day Khashoggi disappeared was a pioneer in rapid, mobile autopsies. His goal: to "provide the dissection service to the security authorities in record time,” by me and @erinmcunningham
Aaron C. DavisMore awful: The Saudi forensics expert who flew to Istanbul the day Khashoggi disappeared was a pioneer in rapid, mobile autopsies. His goal: to "provide the dissection service to the security authorities in record time,” by me and @erinmcunningham
‘You can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and then murdered,’ said one person familiar with the recordings.
Aaron C. DavisDevastating: Turkish government reveals to U.S. it had Saudi consulate bugged and could hear killing of Washington Post contributor Jamal Khashoggi: “You can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and then murdered.”
Two people with knowledge of the probe said Turkey believes Jamal Khashoggi was killed after in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul earlier this week. Saudi officials have denied any link to Khashoggi’s disappearance.
Aaron C. DavisTurkey says Jamal Khashoggi, a Saudi journalist who writes for The Washington Post, killed by a ‘murder’ team inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Saudi Arabia disputes report. Post editor says if Turkish report true "a monstrous and unfathomable act.”
Some took issue with the Supreme Court nominee’s description of his younger self, saying they knew him as a heavy drinker.
Aaron C. DavisNEW: Yale classmates say Brett Kavanaugh untruthful about drinking, say he was a “sloppy” drunk—once wore a superhero cape, grabbed his crotch and sang “I’m a geek, I’m a geek, I’m a power tool..” Says one: "You can’t lie your way onto the Supreme Court.”
Korea Aerospace Industries paid Michael Cohen $150,000 for advice on contracting rules.
Aaron C. DavisNEW: Michael Cohen represented South Korea’s state-owned aerospace firm for 6 months last year. In that time, the firm failed disclose it was the subject of a corruption probe and won its largest-ever contract with the US Air Force. w/ @ShawnBoburg
A California man who served as a translator said federal investigators asked him in recent weeks about the arrangement under which Korea Aerospace Industries paid the president’s longtime attorney $150,000.