AN Auchinleck artist has taken to the streets in tribute to murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Brian Carey displayed his latest work, #JusticeForJamal, in front of the BBC studios in Glasgow on Monday, October 22 as well as in his home town.

The artwork highlights Brian’s solidarity with Mr Khashoggi’s fiancé Hatice Cengiz.

Brian told the Chronicle: “My latest artwork is in tribute to murdered free speaking journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

“Some of the photos show a watch which is said to have recorded evidence of Jamal’s torture.

“In the piece done on Monday [October 22] done in front of BBC studios in Glasgow, I reproduced the Tweet from Jamal’s fiancé Hatice Cengiz after she had finally accepted that Jamal hadn’t been abducted by the Saudis but in fact had been murdered.

“Hatice’s Tweet read “They took your bodily presence from my world.But your beautiful laugh will remain in my soul forever. My darling. # JamalKhashoggi. #JusticeForJamal”

Brian has previously displayed art in protest to the Saudi-led coalition over it’s involvement in the Yemeni Civil War.

Saudi Arabia is accused of torturing and killing Jamal Khashoggi before dismembering his body on October 2 in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

Mr Khashoggi had visited the consulate to collect papers for his wedding.

Initially, the Saudis denied all the allegations. They have since admitted Mr Khashoggi’s death but claim he was killed during a fight in the consulate.

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