NSA head ‘dealt with MbS aide’ soon before Khashoggi murder

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Former US National Security Agency (NSA) chief Keith Alexander signed a deal in 2018 with a Saudi cyber institute headed by the man who would orchestrate the killing of Jamal Khashoggi, The Intercept revealed on Monday. IronNet Cybersecurity, the company founded by Alexander, signed a deal with the Prince Mohammed bin Salman College of Cyber Security, Artificial Intelligence, and Advanced Technologies in July 2018. The agreement was to train the next generation of hackers for Saudi Arabia’s rulers to counter the Kingdom’s enemies in the digital sphere. Saud al-Qahtani, a close aide to Saudi Cr…

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