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Here's what audio allegedly reveals about murdered, dismembered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Jamal Khashoggi, the Washington Post columnist who disappeared earlier this month, was last seen entering the Saudi Arabia consulate in Istanbul. An audio recording released by the Turkish news media Wednesday  reportedly reveals that a team of Saudis tortured and dismembered Khashoggi. Read more on this here.

On “The Glenn Beck Radio Program” Wednesday, Glenn reacted to the gruesome details contained in the alleged recording.

"The Turks came out and said they had an audio and videotape of this man's interrogation, torture and killing," Glenn said.

"But there is also another story that this audio arrived first with his fiancee because he had an Apple watch and when he went in he turned it on and it recorded. And when it finished recording, it just uploaded to the cloud and then downloaded to her phone," he continued. "I hope to God that that's not true for her sake. I can't imagine, especially since we are now getting the story that this audio ...  includes his interrogation and then the executioners come in.

"They knocked Khashoggi unconscious," Glenn added. "He was unconscious for a while and then you hear them, apparently, start to get all of the tools and everything ready to start to chop him up. He is still alive when they are dismembering him and apparently it is a gruesome, gruesome tape."

Watch the video clip above to get Glenn's take on this shocking story.

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