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21:14, 22 October 2018

Safety Photos Show Khashoggi and Fiancée in His Final Hours

Safety Pictures Show Khashoggi and Fiancée in His Final Hours

Security Pictures Show Khashoggi and Fianc&eacutee in His Final Hours

A still image from security footage of Jamal Khashoggi and his fianc&eacutee, Hatice Cengiz, entering their residence shortly right after he returned from London in the early morning of Oct. two.CreditCreditA News, via Reuters

By Carlotta Gall

ISTANBUL &mdash In the continuing frenzy of media interest to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi just before a a lot-anticipated statement by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkish media have published poignant photographs of Mr. Khashoggi and his fianc&eacutee in the last hours and days of his life.

Mr. Khashoggi and Hatice Cengiz, who is Turkish, are noticed holding hands as they go to the regional marriage workplace and enter the developing where they had purchased an apartment that they were furnishing prior to he went to the appointment at the Saudi Consulate from which he never emerged.

Ms. Cengiz has been provided with police protection, according to Metmet Fatih Oke, director of the Turkish Arab Media Association and a friend of Mr. Khashoggi. Ms. Cengiz had not come below any specific threat, but the protection was a precaution, he mentioned.

The couple left their developing before taking a taxi to the Saudi Consulate.CreditA News, via Reuters

Social media trolls have attacked Ms. Cengiz in Arabic and Turkish in recent days, questioning the extent of her relationship with Mr. Khashoggi.

But the photographs and video taken from closed circuit tv cameras of Mr. Khashoggi&rsquos final days in Istanbul confirm Ms. Cengiz&rsquos account, in an interview, that the couple planned to marry as quickly as they received the necessary paper from the Saudi Consulate and that they had purchased an apartment. Ms. Cengiz, who is studying for her doctorate in Istanbul, mentioned the furniture was due to arrive the day right after Mr. Khashoggi disappeared.

The well-connected, pro-government every day newspaper Sabah published photographs of the couple visiting the Fatih Marriage Office on the morning of Friday, Sept. 28, four days before Mr. Khashoggi&rsquos fateful check out to the Saudi Consulate.

They spent barely five minutes seated at a clerk&rsquos desk and had been pictured leaving the marriage workplace collectively, holding hands. According to the newspaper they went straight from there to the consulate, where Mr. Khashoggi went in unannounced to request a document verifying his marital status.


A sequence of safety stills showing Mr. Khashoggi entering the Saudi Consulate on Oct. two.CreditTRT Globe, by way of Reuters

Pictures from the closed circuit television show the couple entering the apartment in Topkapi, 1 of Istanbul&rsquos oldest districts, close to the historical websites of Hagia Sofia and the Blue Mosque, in the early hours of Oct. two.

Mr. Khashoggi had returned from a conference in London and took a taxi from the airport just after four a.m. that day, Sabah reported. He practically crossed paths with those thought to be his murderers as members of the Saudi hit squad arrived at the same airport minutes later, at four:29 a.m., according to the newspaper.

Less than an hour later Mr. Khashoggi met Ms. Cengiz outdoors the apartment creating and they entered the lobby together, Ms. Cengiz wearing a purple head scarf and carrying a plastic bag.

They left the building and have been recorded entering the residence once more just after noon, the A Haber news channel reported. From there they took a taxi collectively to the Saudi Consulate.

They parted at the police barrier as Mr. Khashoggi handed his two cellphones to Ms. Cengiz and at 1:14 p.m. entered the consulate alone.

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Published at Mon, 22 Oct 2018 18:49:42 +0000

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