Doctor suspected of killing and dismembering missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi as he listened to music trained in AUSTRALIA – after being sponsored by Saudi Government

IN SUMMARY 

  • The doctor suspected of dismembering Jamal Khashoggi trained in Melbourne
  • Dr Salah al-Tubaigy was identified as one of 15 men present at Khashoggi’s death
  • He spent three months at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine in 2015 
  • The Saudi Government sponsored his placement, the institute did not profit 
  • The doctor had an interest in mass disaster victim identification and autopsies
  • He also studied pathology at the University of Glasgow in the UK in 2004    
  • A tape reportedly reveals Tubaigy leading brutal dismembering of Khashoggi 

The doctor suspected of brutally dismembering a Saudi journalist while he was still alive, trained at a facility in Melbourne on sponsorship from the Saudi Government, according to reports.

Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has been missing for a fortnight and Turkish officials believe he was killed during a visit to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2.

Turkish officials have identified Dr Salah al-Tubaigy as one of 15 men present in the consulate on that day, and it has now emerged that the doctor previously trained at the Victorian Institute of Forensic Medicine in Melbourne.

Gruesome reports claim that Dr al-Tubaigy told others in the squad to put their earphones in while he began the process of cutting the victim into pieces on a desk.

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It is alleged that during the seven minutes of torture that followed, Mr Khashogggi had his fingers cut off one by one before being decapitated and his body dissolved in acid.

The doctor suspected of killing and dismembering a Saudi journalist, trained at a facility in Melbourne on sponsorship from the Saudi Government. Pictured: Dr Salah al-Tubaigy
The doctor suspected of killing and dismembering a Saudi journalist, trained at a facility in Melbourne on sponsorship from the Saudi Government. Pictured: Dr Salah al-Tubaigy

Authorities have also claimed that Dr al-Tubaigy was in possession of a bone saw when he flew in and out of Istanbul.

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Professor Noel Woodford, director of the institute, confirmed to the ABC that Dr al-Tubaigy spent three months at the institute in Melbourne as a forensic pathologist from June 2018

Professor Woodford did not know Dr al-Tubaigy personally but said that the doctor did not perform autopsies or any forensic procedure while at the institute.

He added that the institute did not profit from Dr al-Tubaigy’s placement, with his entire costs paid for by the Saudi Government.

Professor Noel Woodford, director of the Victorian Institute of Forensice Medicine in Melbourne (pictured), confirmed that  Dr Tubaigy spent three months at the institute as a forensic pathologist from June 2015
Professor Noel Woodford, director of the Victorian Institute of Forensice Medicine in Melbourne (pictured), confirmed that  Dr Tubaigy spent three months at the institute as a forensic pathologist from June 2015

Dr al-Tubaigy allegedly told the institute that he was particularly interested in mass disaster victim identification, and reviews of his published works show his interest in autopsies.

The doctor currently holds a senior position in the Saudi interior ministry, but at the time of his visit to Melbourne in 2015 he was head of Saudi Arabia’s forensic medicine corporation.

Dr Tubaigy allegedly told the institute that he was particularly interested in mass disaster victim identification, and reviews of his published works show his interest in autopsies 
Dr Tubaigy allegedly told the institute that he was particularly interested in mass disaster victim identification, and reviews of his published works show his interest in autopsies 

It has also been revealed that Dr al-Tubaigy studied pathology at the University of Glasgow, in 2004, where he learned how to carry out autopsies.

Dr al-Tubaigy’s involvement in the incident could undermine an alternative explanation for Mr Khashoggi’s death that states he was accidentally killed during an interrogation that went wrong.

Dr al-Tubaigy has also been linked to the murder of Mr Khashoggi by an audio recording taken on the journalist’s Apple watch.

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