Despite CIA’s confidence and the U.S. Senate’s unanimous conclusion that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman was behind the murder of Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi, Jared Kushner again waffled, in an interview for “Axios on HBO,” on holding MBS accountable in any way.
Not coincidentally, that’s why the Khashoggi matter continues to hold the number two slot on the One Free Press Coalition’s monthly list of the most urgent press freedom cases. Missing Tanzanian journalist Azory Gwanda is in the top slot – he went missing more than 18 months ago, while investigating a series of mysterious killings – the government has done very little to look into his case.
The full list of 10 is below. The One Free Press Coalition is made up of more than 30 leading global media organizations, including Forbes, Reuters, TIME, the Washington Post, the Associated Press, HuffPost and many others, who chose and promote the list leaning on the expertise of the Committee to Protect Journalists and the International Women’s Media Foundation.
Source: As Jared Kushner Still Fails To Hold MBS Responsible, Jamal Khashoggi Remains Near Top Of 10 Most Urgent Press Freedom Cases