Images appear to challenge Saudi narrative of journalist's killing

President Donald Trump and Jared Kushner said they are waiting for more information surrounding Jamal Khashoggi's death.
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this evening to new images now of Jamal khashoggi in his final hours. Take a look. Seen with his fiance, just hours before he went inside the Saudi consulate. Saudi officials now admitting he's dead, after one once saying he left that consulate alive. Tonight, CNN has been given these images. Turkish authorities say the Saudis used a body double dressed in khashoggi's clothing leaving the consulate early on. But tonight, if this was a chokehold, a fight gone wrong, where is the body? ABC's senior foreign correspondent Ian Pannell in istanbul, and president trump was asked about this again today. Reporter: Tonight, new images leaked by Turkish officials appearing to challenge the Saudi narrative on how khashoggi was killed. Surveillance footage shows the "Washington post" writer leaving his apartment and walking hand-in-hand with his fiance. Then, arriving at the kons Latz and what would be a last good-bye. CNN has been given what appears to be more surveillance video, described to them by Turkish authorities as one of the key suspects dressed in khashoggi's clothes leaving the back of the consulate shortly after he was killed. Similar clothes, glasses and even apparently a fake beard. The suspect seen now in Saudi custody. Calling into question the latest Saudi explanation of what happened, that this was a tragic mistake. This was an operation that was a rogue operation. This is an operation where individuals ended up exceeding the authorities and responsibilities they had. Reporter: The Saudis at first claimed khashoggi left the consulate alive. It took 17 days for them to admit they killed him, first saying in a fistfight, later saying he died in a chokehold position. Overnight, the Saudis releasing a statement, saying king Salman and the crown prince called khashoggi's eldest son to express their condolonces. Today, the president and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, who has a close relationship with Saudi's crown prince, both saying they want more information. But also insisting they don't want to walk away from a key ally. We're obviously getting as many facts as we can from the different places and then we'll determine which facts are credible. I'll also say that we have to be able to work with our allies. I am not satisfied with what I've heard. I don't want to lose all of that investment that's being made in our country. I don't want to lose the million jobs. Reporter: After so much speculation, so many leaks, Turkey's president promising to go into details with exactly what it knows in a speech early tomorrow. Ian Pannell joins us again from outside the consulate again this evening. And I mentioned there a moment ago, Ian, if this was a fight gone wrong, a chokehold, as the story seems to be at the moment, where is Jamal khashoggi's body? Reporter: David, that is the key question that everyone's been asking. There was no clear explanation, first of all, no mention of it, there was a story that somehow he'd walked out the back consulate. Saudi officials telling ABC news they passed the body toe a local on the tractor, but no details on where the body was taken. And tonight, we're hearing that a vehicle is now being investigated by the police. The question is, is this in connection with the movement of that body? And lastly, that big speech by president erdogan, is there going to be a big reveal? Many questions still unanswered. David? That could come tomorrow. Ian Pannell tonight, thank you. Next here at home, and to the rafting tragedy that killed

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