Jamal Khashoggi, the murdered dissident journalist who was so savagely slain in the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul on 2 October, has been officially forgotten about, it can be revealed.
Khashoggi, who had only gone to the consulate to get some papers signed, had his arms and legs sawn off instead, and left the location either in liquid form, or in very small pieces.
The CIA stated, in a report, that he could not have been dealt with thus, had Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman not been aware of it, which is another way of saying "he ordered it done".
Aside from in Turkey - where the authorities actually seem to care about crimes such as cold-blooded murder - Mr Khashoggi's death has been symbollically swept under the Persian rug, and left there to rot.
US President, Donald Trump, shrugged his shoulders, and moved on to 'other business'.
"It's a nasty, dangerous world," he said, adding, "these things happen."