BBC Journalist Jacqueline Sutton Covering Merkel Visit To Turkey Hangs Herself In Bathroom At Ataturk Airport! Will Merkel Hang In October?
British journalist found dead at Turkish airport
Jacqueline Sutton, 50, who worked for the UN and the BBC, died at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport en route to Iraq Tributes have been paid to a British journalist who has died in Turkey in suspicious circumstances. Jacqueline Sutton died at Istanbul’s Ataturk airport, according to local media reports. The Turkish newspaper Hürriyet said she was en route to the Iraqi city of Irbil and was due to change flights in Turkey. It was not clear how Sutton had died, with some reports saying she had taken her own life. But fellow journalist and development worker Rebecca Cooke called for an international investigation. “Shocking and sad news about the death of Jacky Sutton in Istanbul. An international not just local investigation is needed,” she told the Press Association. She held various positions over the years with humanitarian organisations and the United Nations as well as working as a producer for the BBC, according to her LinkedIn profile. Guardian Read More>>>>>