by Nilanjan Dey
Kumi Naidoo, secretary General of Amnesty, wrote to Anotonio Guterres, united nations secretary general on November 21 over journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s killing.
I've written to @antonioguterres today on behalf of more than 170,000 @amnesty supporters, urging him to set up a UN investigation into the murder of Saudi journalist #JamalKhashoggi. His family deserves the truth, and everyone responsible for this crime should be held to account
— Kumi Naidoo (@kuminaidoo) November 21, 2018
Naidoo tweeted out urging a UN investigation and bringing the culprits to justice.
This came a day after US president Donald Trump claimed that he will not tarnish relations with a critical ally.
This move has been criticized by the US senate with senator Bob Corker tweeting “I never
thought I’d see the day a White House would moonlight as a public relations firm
for the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.”
I never thought I’d see the day a White House would moonlight as a public relations firm for the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. https://t.co/MQ4JsoQtqk
— Senator Bob Corker (@SenBobCorker) November 20, 2018
According to The Washington Post, a CIA investigation revealed that the Saudi crown prince Mohammed Bin Salman orders the killing of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s