Khashoggi went missing since he entered the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul, Turkey, on October 2, 2018, for the paperwork needed for his planned marriage.
In the original passport scans obtained by NBC News, the photos of the seven men's faces can be seen along with their names, dates of birth and passport numbers.
After Utaybi told the interrogators to "do it somewhere else outside or I will be in trouble", he was told to "shut up if you want to live when you are back in Arabia". His departure came hours before his home was expected to be searched in relation to the journalist's disappearance.
On Wednesday, Pompeo held separate meetings with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, each for about 40 minutes in Ankara, Turkey's capital.
"Well he wasn't a citizen of this country for one thing", Mr. Trump said.
Trump announced he'd dispatched Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to the kingdom - and anywhere else necessary - to get to the bottom of the apparent demise of Khashoggi, a Saudi who had been living and working in the United States.
Google said in a statement that Google Cloud Chief Executive Diane Greene would not attend the Future Investment Initiative Summit scheduled to be held in Riyadh starting October 23.
Meanwhile, UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet called for the immediate and "absolute" lifting of diplomatic immunity enjoyed by any officials or premises in the Khashoggi investigation.
But it was delayed because no Saudi official was present for the joint investigation, the Turkish official added.
The Middle East Eye website quoted a Turkish source saying there was "no attempt to interrogate" Khashoggi and the Saudi team had "come to kill him".
Hence the urgent dispatching of USA secretary of state for talks with the Saudi leadership. In Washington, President Donald Trump echoed the possibility that Jamal Khashoggi was the victim of "rogue killers".
CNN said that two sources had leaked the report, "which could change" and is "still being prepared".
Turkish investigative agencies have claimed that he was brutally killed inside the consulate.
Members of the U.S. Congress, including some of Trump's fellow Republicans, are among the loudest voices in the United States demanding answers and action on Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist who moved to Washington previous year fearing retribution for his critical views.
Yeni Safak, a strongly pro-government newspaper, said Mr al-Otaibi could be heard telling those allegedly torturing Mr Khashoggi: "Do this outside; you're going to get me in trouble". He said that while King Salman is revered in Saudi Arabia, the crown prince "is pulling the levers there".