Jamal Khashoggi vigil at IU

Ann Lewandowski, president of Reporters Without Borders Indiana University, reads a statement during a vigil for the one year anniversary of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder, October 2, 2019 at Indiana University’s media school in Bloomington, Ind. Khashoggi, was an exile living in the United States and writing for the Washington Post, when he entered the Saudi consulate October 2, 2018 and was never seen exiting. News reports claim that he was dismembered with a bone saw, and later the CIA concluded he was assassinated on orders from Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed. At this time nobody has been brought to justice for the murder although 20 individuals are wanted by Interpol. According to Reporters Without Borders 30 journalists have already been killed in 2019. (Photo by Jeremy Hogan/The Bloomingtonian)

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