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Defense Secretary Jim Mattis, who insisted last week that there was “no smoking gun” linking Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, appears to be backtracking.

In comments to reporters traveling with him to Canada, Mattis said the question of the crown prince’s complicity is still unresolved.

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“We are continuing to review. I am quite satisfied we will find more evidence of what happened,” Mattis said Wednesday.

“I just don’t know yet what it’s going to be or who’s going to be implicated, but we will follow it as far as we can,” he said according to a transcript released by the Pentagon Thursday.

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  1. To me personally, I could really care less who had that fool killed. Talking bad about a Muslim ruler not only gets you killed, but your head chopped off in the main square in town! Why did this khassiogi fool think he was safe in Turkey? Guess he found out he wasn’t. Let’s put this in the lower or bottom of news bracket because who really cares who did it….Not me!

  2. Our do-nothing elected officials spend their time and our tax dollars on matters that are of no concern to our country yet fail to protect our borders or address the millions of illegal aliens, many who have slaughtered innocent Americans.

  3. Both of you are forgetting that Mr Kasshogee was a United States Citizen. That is all the reason necessary to go after the Crown Prince in Saudi Arabia for his murder. What I don’t understand is what the motive would have been.

    • Yeah, and how many US Cits have died on foreign soil in questionable circumstances has Congress voted on in the past??? File charges and let a legal system do a proper job or move on…..there are huge consequences for ‘guessing’ wrong!

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