“I’m not going to blow past this.”
The neighbors are getting nervous
Anything’s possible, I suppose
“Who can really say?”
“officials have said they have high confidence”
“At first there were eye rolls, but once they realized it was a serious request, the career guys were furious.”
Not so much an investigation after all
Another day, another story.
Price of doing business?
“Somebody really messed up.”
A ferocious murder
Right. I’m sure you’re all over this one.
“A total of 18 Saudi nationals have now been detained for investigation…”
“I’ve seen reporting to that effect … that needs to be investigated.”
What could go wrong?
“We’ve had so many people killed.”
“I think we have to find out what happened first.”
“The results are going to be revealed here.”
Rubio: Forget the arms deal.
Accidents will happen.
“I am immediately sending our Secretary of State to meet with King!”
UK, France, Germany want “credible investigation.”
Autocrats and dictators have long despised the free press.
“Maybe especially so because this man was a reporter.”
“You can hear how he was interrogated, tortured and then murdered.”
A chit for Khashoggi influence?
“Contempt will be met with contempt.”
Whodunit … or whodunwut?
One of these things is not like the other.
Slow liberalization there and elsewhere.
The U.S. needn’t go to war, but individuals can.
“I’m richer than you are.”
Khameini is “the new Hitler.”