Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MbS), next in line to the King, is now reported taking refuge (or vanished) inside Turkey’s Embassy in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
This news comes following the controversy over Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul.
Mr. Khashoggi went missing October 2 and is feared dispatched in diplomatic body bags by a surgical team from Saudi Arabia.
This team has been connected to Mr. bin Salman’s private bodyguards.
Research analysts say animosity between MbS and Mr. Khashoggi stems from Khashoggi as an opposing figure with appeal to Mr. bin Salman’s enemies.
More news is dribbling out, at this time from Turkey Press sources who claim to have access to surveillance audio tapes.
In response to these developments, MbS has been heard muttering, “Got to get the hell out of here.”
The Crown Prince had also gone white-faced and nauseous after King Salman called for investigation “to get to the bottom of the problem."
At that moment, The King is reported to have fixated on The Crown Prince with a cold eye.
Further, the “get to the bottom” advice shows the King’s allegiance to Mr. Trump, who has been reported disturbed over economic consequences.
This problem was quickly resolved by laying blame on “rogue assassins” doing the deed. These included a highly placed medical doctor operating the bone saw.
At stake is interruption of arms deals with the Saudis, the ongoing supply of munitions to the war in Yemen, and control of oil prices.
We're talking billions.
Meanwhile, a new team of 15 males has been reported flying in to Saudi Arabia from Istanbul and other parts of the globe to do “routine maintenance” in Turkey’s consulate in Riyadh.
Scrutiny of this team’s baggage shows surgical removal equipment, vacuum cleaners, plus miniature chainsaws with silencers.
Headphones and a collection of CD music are also part of this new team's apparatus.
High on the list of CD selections is a number titled, "Twerk me, honey, I'm ready," by The Falsettos.
Mr. bin Salman is reported still inside the consulate and attempting to contact Julian Assange, newly back online, in case he has any advice at this point.