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WorldParis court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case

03:40  13 september  2019
03:40  13 september  2019 Source:   msn.com

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PARIS (AP) — A French court found the only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman guilty of complicity in violence Thursday for ordering her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family's apartment in Paris . Princess Hessa bint Salman wasn't present for

( PARIS ) — A French court found the only daughter of Saudi Arabia’s King Salman guilty of complicity in violence Thursday for ordering her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family’s apartment in Paris . Princess Hessa bint Salman wasn’t present for the Paris

Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case© Provided by The Associated Press Saudi princess Hassa bint Salman' bodyguard Raina Said, right, arrives at the courthouse with his lawyer Yassine Bouzrou, left, in Paris, Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019. The only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman has been found guilty by a Paris court of charges that she ordered her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family's apartment in the French capital. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) A French court found the only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman guilty of complicity in violence Thursday for ordering her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family's apartment in Paris.

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PARIS - A French court found the only daughter of Saudi Arabia’s King Salman guilty of complicity in violence Thursday for ordering her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family’s apartment in Paris . Princess Hessa bint Salman wasn’t present for the Paris

A French court found the only daughter of Saudi Arabia’s King Salman guilty of complicity in violence Thursday for ordering her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family’s apartment in Paris . Our goal is to create a safe and engaging place for users to connect over

Princess Hessa bint Salman wasn't present for the Paris court's verdict and sentencing on multiple charges. The court gave her a 10-month suspended prison sentence and a 10,000-euro ($10,970) fine, tougher than the penalties prosecutors sought. The prosecution asked for a six-month suspended prison sentence and 5,000-euro fine.

Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case© Provided by The Associated Press The plumber's lawyer Georges Karouni, speaks to the press at the courthouse, in Paris, Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019. The only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman has been found guilty by a Paris court of charges that she ordered her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family's apartment in the French capital. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) The prosecution alleged the princess became enraged when she saw the plumber capturing her image at the royal residence near the Champs-Elysees, fearing the pictures could be used to harm her as the Saudi monarch's daughter and the older half-sister of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.

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PARIS -- The only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman has been found guilty by a Paris court of charges that she ordered her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family's apartment in the French capital. Prosecutors alleged that Princess Hessa bint Salman

PARIS (AP) — A French court found the only daughter of Saudi Arabia’s King Salman guilty of complicity in violence Thursday for ordering her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family’s apartment in Paris . Princess Hessa bint Salman wasn’t present for

She left France shortly after the September 2016 incident, and was tried in absentia. The court found her guilty of sequestration and theft of the plumber's telephone, as well as complicity in violence.

Her lawyer, Emmanuel Moyne, called the verdict "inexplicable" and said he would appeal.

The court also found the bodyguard, Rani Saida, guilty on charges of violence, sequestration and theft. He was in court for the verdict. His sentence matched what the prosecution requested: an 8-month suspended jail term and a 5,000-euro fine. Saida's lawyer, Yassine Bouzrou, said "there is no logic in the punishments" and he would decide on an appeal in coming days.

Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case

The French-Egyptian plumber's lawyer, Georges Karouni, saluted client Ashraf Eid's "courage" in bringing the case and said the verdict was proof of "everyone equal before the law."

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The Saudi government communications office has not commented on the case . It is not the Saudi royal family’s first A court ordered the French assets of Princess Maha al-Sudairi, the wife Prince Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud was found guilty in 2012 of killing his servant Bandar Abdulaziz at their

Eid told Paris police the bodyguard tied him up at the princess' bidding after he photographed a room so he could return furniture to its original layout once he finished his work.

"The princess noticed that her face was reflected in the bathroom and that she had been filmed. She called me a dog and called her bodyguard saying in Arabic, 'This one, take his phone. He filmed me,'" Eid reported to police investigators.

Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case© Provided by The Associated Press Lawyer of Saudi Princess Hassa bint Salman, Emmanuel Moyne, speaks to the press at the courthouse in Paris, Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019. The only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman has been found guilty by a Paris court of charges that she ordered her bodyguard to detain and strike a plumber for taking photos at the Saudi royal family's apartment in the French capital. (AP Photo/Thibault Camus) Eid said the bodyguard broke his phone and made him kiss the Saudi princess' feet while his hands were bound behind his back during the three-hour ordeal.

The presiding judge, quoting from prosecution evidence, said at the one-day trial in July that the princess told her bodyguard to disparage the workman, calling him a "dog who doesn't deserve to live."

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The sister of Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been found guilty of ordering a bodyguard to beat and humiliate a local craftsman who was renovating her luxury Paris apartment three years ago.

Paris — The only daughter of Saudi Arabia's King Salman has been found guilty by a Paris court of charges that she ordered her bodyguard to detain and Prosecutors alleged that Princess Hessa bint Salman became enraged when she saw the plumber capturing her image in Paris , fearing the

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Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
Paris court finds Saudi princess guilty in beating case
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