Saudi Arabia approves ‘nothing to hide’ in the case of Jamal Khashoggi’s killing

Saudi Arabia approves ‘nothing to hide’ in the case of Jamal Khashoggi’s killing

Saudi Arabia have approved to all the world that nothing to be hide in the case of killing Saudi Arabian citizen Jamal Khashoggi as they opened the door for all parties to attend the investigations from the day one they started it.

The kingdom made it loud and clear that, under the helm of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques king Salman the judiciary of the Kingdom is independent, meaning no one can interfere in its actions and judgments.

The presence of representatives from the five permanent members of the Security Council, as well as Turkey, the Human Rights Commission, the National Society for Human Rights and a representative from the Khashoggi family at the hearings of the accused indicates that the Kingdom has nothing to hide in this case.

Investigators have not found Khashoggi’s body yet and search is ongoing as investigators have also proven that there was a local Turkish collaborator who helped get rid of the body.

It is clear that the investigations take long time to consider a case such as this that involves multiple parties, and multiple degrees of litigation, before final judgments.