Because of State Department intercession Saud princes are not prosecuted for illegal drugs in the US. Other countries do not tolerate this behavior. The London Times reports: A member of the Saudi royal family accused of possessing heroin, cocaine, Ecstasy and cannabis in his London hotel room ... did not have anyone to stand surety for him. Prince Khalid Faisal Saud, 41, a relative of King Fahd, was arrested.
PRINCE FAISAL MAKES MONEY THE OLD FASHIONED WAY
The Saud family have had a commission scheme worked out for them which is just the old payoff/bakshish scheme in different clothing. The arrangement allows the Saud family to indirectly collect huge amounts of money from the oil revenues they control. The London Observer says: "More than $200 million was paid to a close associate of Saudi Arabian ruler King Fahd's eldest son, Prince Faisal, after his government department awarded a $550m contract to an Anglo-German company.
The payments have been disclosed by the British architect for the lavish King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh ... The payments went to two companies connected with Hassan Enany, the project's Saudi 'sponsor'. Mr Eneny ... has long-standing links to prince Faisal, who heads the Presidency of Youth Welfare. Budgeted at $350m, the stadium cost $558m. ... In certain cases the money went directly into Swiss bank accounts. ... Mr Enany's company, Al-Manara Construction, ... did no work on the contract. 'It just received money'
A CLASS ACTION IN US COURTS AGAINST THE SAUD FAMILY WOULD BE THE BIGGEST SINCE BREAST IMPLANTS
Persistent Washington trial lawyers interested in attacking the deep pockets of the Saud family are quietly pushing for an alien tort statute modification allowing US lawyers to sue governments and individuals within those countries in US courts. The prime targets of this modification are the Saud family who enslave and torture US citizens. What is remarkable about the legislation is that the Saud family Washington retainers allowed the legislation to go to the brink before interceding. Perhaps this ploy is to make it look good and to justify those high fees charged to the Saud family. The State Department successfully engineered an eleventh hour defeat of this legislation which had been proposed by Senators Spector and Moynihan. We will watch to see what these lawyers do next, especially if the Saud family is abandoned by Washington.
MODELS, SEX AND THE SAUD FAMILY PRINCELINGS
The London Times reports: The world's largest modeling agency has launched an investigation into allegations that senior staff pressured girls as young as 13 into sex and drugs. Several senior executives at Elite Model Management, which represents the super models Naomi Campbell and Cindy Crawford, have been suspended following the allegations, filmed by an undercover BBC crew. The MacIntyre Undercover programme on BBC1 on Tuesday night showed Gerald Marie, the European president of Elite, saying that he was planning to have sex with girls in a modeling competition final. The average age of the girls was 15.
Mr Marie, the ex-husband of Linda Evangelista, was filmed propositioning Lisa Brinkworth, an investigative reporter, when she was posing as a model. "I give you one million lire (£300) if you sleep with me," he is said to have told her. The documentary claimed that two employees had been suspended after boasting about their sexual exploits with younger models. John Casablancas, the chairman of Elite, issued an "unreserved apology for the behaviour of his staff captured in the documentary, saying that it showed "some of the darkest aspects of the modeling industry. ...
Marilyn Models, a French agency, had attempted to prevent the documentary from being screened, but a court rejected the agency's argument that it breached privacy laws. Casablancas does not mention the selling of models to Saudi princes as probably the darkest aspects of his business. John Casablancas was accused by Ilene Ford from Ford Modeling Agency of introducing young models to Saudis.
In respect for the Arab community we must say this is a euphemism for Saudi princelings. Again, we see the entire Arab community tarnished for the degenerate behavior of the Saud family. Reliable sources have told us the trade in European child sex slaves is epidemic with the Saud family being the top of the line purchasers. In Issue #13 we told of Prince Sultan's old Swedish whore procuring young Swedish girls for him through a Paris modeling agency ruse. Obviously, the disappearance of Swedish girls cannot go unnoticed by Swedish authorities. We do not know if there is complicity of the same Swedish authorities in this sordid matter as in Prince Sultan's other Swedish business relationships