#BREAKING CCTV footage leaked from Ataturk airport shows Jacqueline #Sutton in her final moments https://t.co/KqPttxCq4I— Oz Katerji (@OzKaterji) October 19, 2015
Friends suspect murder: ex BBC journo found hanged in Turkish airport
Sutton, 50, was a former producer and broadcaster with the BBC in London and held various positions over the years with humanitarian organizations and the UN, according to her professional profile on LinkedIn. She was studying for a PhD at the Australian National University on media in war-torn countries at the time of her death, focusing on Iraq and Afghanistan.
She was appointed to the IWPR in Iraq in June following the death of the previous director, Ammar Al Shahbander, who was killed in a car bombing in Baghdad, the organization said. Borden said Sutton had taken over an "extraordinary burden" from a colleague that had been killed. He said there is no reason to think that the deaths are related.
"She had toys in her bag for the children of staff [in Iraq]," he said.
"The profile doesn't strike me as right," he added. "I can't get my head around it."
Britain's Foreign Office has said it is "providing assistance to the family of Jacqueline Sutton at this difficult time." It said that British officials were in close contact with Turkish authorities.
UPDATE! What a load of BS .......NO MOTIVE! JackySutton
Turkish forensics confirm #JackieSutton's death was suicide - #AA. Investigation also confirmed she had the money to get a new flight.— Ankaralı Jan (@06JAnk) October 21, 2015
Suspicion surrounds the death of a British journalist in a Turkish airport https://t.co/6OpNazkOW0— TIME.com (@TIME) October 20, 2015
Given her predecessor's assassination https://t.co/FSsJVHOPbG, #JackySutton's death needs to be openly investigated http://t.co/m46CDIPSk2— Onnik J. Krikorian (@onewmphoto) October 19, 2015