Leader of the hit squad which killed the Saudi journalist in Turkey allegedly reported success of the mission to Riyadh.
The New York Times has received a transcript of one of the recordings released by Turkey.
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The newspaper says the telephone call was made by Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb, a security officer who frequently travelled with the crown prince.
Turkish intelligence believes Mutreb was speaking to one of the prince’s aides and also used words to the effect that “the deed was done”.
But officials in Ankara say the audio does not conclusively implicate Mohammed bin Salman.
So who is “the boss”? And will this new evidence lead somewhere?
Presenter: Martine Dennis
Abdelwahab El-Affendi – Professor of politics at Doha Institute for Graduate Studies
Mehmet Celik – Political news editor at Daily Sabah newspaper
Bill Law – Journalist and analyst at The Gulf Matters