Jamal Khashoggi, Joe Biden, Us Foreign Policy, Saudi Arabia, Mohammed Bin Salman

Jamal Khashoggi, Joe Biden

Biden administration 'to declassify report' into Khashoggi murder

Biden administration 'to declassify report' into Khashoggi murder

1/19/2021 11:50:00 PM

Biden administration 'to declassify report' into Khashoggi murder

Decision would mean US could assign blame for death on to Saudi crown prince Mohammed bin Salman

Bruce Riedel, a former CIA analyst and director at the Brookings Institution, said: “It is a useful way to put the question of accountability for Khashoggi’s murder in the public domain early in the new administration.”One of the most outspoken advocates for justice for the murder, Agnès Callamard, also praised the move, saying the information would provide the “one essential missing piece of the puzzle of the execution of Jamal Khashoggi”.

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Callamard, the UN special rapporteur on extrajudicial killings, said she hoped other information would also come to light, such as any new details about the whereabouts of Khashoggi’s remains, and whether a risk assessment had ever been done by the US about whether Khashoggi was in danger before his trip to Turkey.

Callamard, who will be named the new head of Amnesty International later this year, also pointed to other threats that have reportedly been lodged against human rights defenders and former Saudi officials in Canada and Norway by Prince Mohammed’s agents, who have been called a “death squad” in media reports. headtopics.com

“At some point, if the US intelligence has information about those operatives, then I think they should really make that information publicly available,” Callamard said.The release of the Khashoggi report will also raise a host of new questions for both the US and

Saudi Arabia.“If the document fingers MBS as responsible for the murder it will raise the question what is Biden going to do to hold him accountable?” said Riedel.During the 2020 election campaign, Biden issued scathing attacks against the crown prince, saying Saudi Arabia needed to be treated as “a pariah”. It is expected that the Biden administration would seek to curb weapon sales to Saudi Arabia, but it could also take more targeted actions against Prince Mohammed, including financial sanctions.

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