At this point she realizes she should have grabbed the helmet and the bikini was probably a poor choice of wardrobe prior to getting on this motorcycle. See for yourself in today's "Video of the Day"
NBC News Radio's Bill Zimpfer breaks down the influence that Saudi Arabia has both economically through its oil and technology – and diplomatically through its relationship with other countries in the Middle East and how the Jamal Khashoggi death impacts their relationship with others.
New details about what may have happened after that Washington post writer went inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul - and never came out. Jamal Khashoggi told his fiancée to call two people if he got into trouble. One of them, Turan Kislakci a very close friend of the missing journalist, spoke with ABC News on Wednesday. "They not only killed him in the consulate, but also in a barbaric way" said Turan describing what he was told in briefings by Turkish security officials. When asked if he was aware of the repeated claims that there is proof that Mr. Khashoggi was killed and that there was an audio recording, Turan told ABC News that "security officials said they do have audio tapes," he said, "and they know all the details of what happened that day" and that the tapes reveal that when Khashoggi walked into the consulate he was given a document to sign but refused - and then was killed.