In his strange post last week accused by American Media Inc. of "extortion and blackmail," hinted by Bezos (but not clear state) that could have a connection between Saudi Arabia and the publication of his personal messages to Lauren Sanchez. The minister of foreign affairs of Saudi Arabia has denied this involvement, stating in an interview with CBS "Face the Nation" that the Saudi government has "nothing to do with it."
Last month, the National Enquirer published a series of texts between Bezos, separated from wife MacKenzie Bezos, and Sanchez. In his post on Thursday, Bezos said AMI, the owner of the National Enquirer, threatened to release messages that included intimate photos unless he canceled the investigation of the origin of the dismissals and stopped recording. claiming that AMI was "motivated politician or influenced by political forces." Bezos said "Saudi sail seems somewhat sensitive nervous to" AMI CEO David Pecker, a close associate of President Donald Trump.
(The Daily Animal was reported earlier today that Lauren Sanchez's brother Michael Sanchez was originally the source of the message. Michael Sanchez was a close friend of Trump's counselor Roger Stone.)
In his interview with "Face the Nation," said al-Jubeir "This sounds like a soap opera I watched it on television and I read it on paper. between two parties. "
Bezos did not intimidate Saudi Arabia to be involved in emissions, but he found the web of connections between AMI, Pecker, Trump and Saudi Arabia. Bezos owns the Washington Post, which reports extensively in connection between crown prince Mohammed bin Salman and Jamal Khashoggi's murder. Khashoggi was an Arabian dissident who wrote pieces of critical opinion on bin Salman for the Post before he was killed in October. Even though the Central Intelligence Agency had ordered that bin Salman order a murder, Trump repeatedly dismissed or disputed the implication of the crown prince.
Here's a context: My ownership in the Washington Post is a complex one for me. It is inevitable that some powerful people who are experiencing news coverage in the Washington Post will make it difficult for me to conclude their enemy, "wrote Bezos. "President Trump was one of those people, obviously by his many tweets. Also, the very important and constant scope of murderist columnist Jamal Khashoggi is undoubtedly unpopular in their circles." [1
AMI reached a immunity deal with the Department of Justice in December with a drop of money payment to Karen McDougal, claiming to be an affair with Trump. If Bezos's charges of revolt and extortion are true, its dealings may be perishable.
Pecker's lawyer, Elkan Abramowitz, said on Sunday this Sunday, before the Daily Beast, Michael Sanchez as the source of the National Enquirer, "completely uncontrolled and drowsy." National Enquirer is a trusted resource that provides information to the National Enquirer seven years prior to this story. It is a resource known to both Mr. Bezos and Miss Sanchez. "