American inJustice Pt I

By Christopher R Rice

American justice is a joke and a sham. You do not need to be a cop to get the charges dropped. If your a rich Saudi you get extra special treatment. You can treat people like slaves, rape, murder and do drugs and have three eye witnesses, no diplomatic immunity and still never have charges filed against you. I think somebody needs to look at the DA's bank account and see if it didn't get a big bump from an anonymous donor. Of course in America that's called politics. I call it hypocrisy, but you can call it whatever you want. It's a free country.

In September, Saudi prince Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud was arrested at a compound near Beverly Hills in Los Angles on accusation of trying to force a worker to perform a sex act.

The 28-year-old Saudi prince, however, was freed later on a USD 300,000 bail. The US authorities later said they would not pursue the charge due to a lack of evidence.

Documents filed by lawyers acting for three female employees of Al Saud claim that the royal attempted to urinate on the trio while screaming: 'I want to pee pee'.

He also threatened to kill one of the women if she refused to 'party' with him and jumped on top of another and began rubbing himself against her in a 'sexual and aggressive manner'. When asked to stop, Al Saud allegedly then yelled: 'I am a prince and I do what I want. You are nobody!'

"You are a nobody! I'm a prince and I will do what I want and nobody will do anything to me!' The women, by then hiding on a balcony, were spotted by one of Al Saud's assistants who screamed at them to get back to work, adding that they must be with the prince at all times and were not allowed to have breaks.

All three of the women claim to have seen the royal having his penis 'stroked' by a male aide and say they were forced to stay in the room and watch as the encounter unfolded.

Another says she was made to watch while a different male aide bent over and broke wind in Al Saud's face – apparently at his request. The women, all of whom are married with children, say they still have not been paid by the prince and are hoping to recover their lost earnings. 

'The decision by the D.A.'s office not to file charges shows that the accuser's stories cannot be substantiated. 'The sheikh is very happy to put it behind him and move on with his life.'

Also in September, Saudi diplomat Majed Hassan Ashoor sparked outrage by leaving India without facing justice over alleged sex crimes. He was accused of involvement in the rape, assault, torture and starvation of two Nepalese women held captive for over three months.

In 2013, a Saudi princess was also accused of enslaving a Kenyan woman as a housemaid in her house in Los Angeles. Her charges were later dropped.
Maid beaten by Saudi boss.

Prince Saud bin Abdulaziz was convicted in 2009 of the sexually motivated killing of his Sudanese manservant Bandar Abdulaziz.

In 1999, a plane piloted by a Skyway International crew was blocked by French police at the Parisian airport of Le Bourget. The French police discovered Prince Nayef bin Sultan Al Shaalan on board with two tons of cocaine. He and his longterm mistress Doris Mangeri were attempting to smuggle the drug from Colombia to Paris.

From WikiLeaks: The underground party scene is "thriving and throbbing" in Saudi Arabia thanks to the protection of Saudi royalty, the dispatch said. But it is only available behind closed doors and for the very rich.

United States diplomats have described a world of "sex, drugs and alcohol" in which the official religious individuals of Saudi Arabian loyalties engage in, according diplomatic cables recently published by Wikileaks on Wednesday.

Dr. Saad al Faqih, a Saudi dissident living in London broadcasts via satellite into Saudi Arabia every night, denouncing the royal family. Last year al Faqih called for public demonstrations and an estimated 200 people took to the streets, the first time in memory such an event had taken place. Most of the participants were arrested.

"Well you know the official position in Saudi Arabia is that public demonstrations are not allowed," said Prince al Walid, adding that he was indifferent to the issue.
Prince al Walid insisted the royal family was beloved by its subjects.
"The interaction, the relation between the Saudi royal family and the people I would say is further than ideal, it's utopian," he said.
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