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US News Mohammed bin Salman: Former Saudi Arabian spy accuses Crown Prince of murder conspiracy

11:26  07 august  2020
11:26  07 august  2020 Source:   spiegel.de

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The crown prince , known as MBS, arrested senior royal Prince Ahmed bin Abdulaziz, former crown prince Mohammed In January, he was accused of hacking the personal cell phone of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, an allegation Mohammed bin Salman is the 34-year-old crown prince of Saudi Arabia .

Mr. Aljabri has accused Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of seeking to silence or kill him to stop him from undermining the prince ’s relationship with the The suit also accuses Prince Mohammed of creating a 50-man “death squad” known as the Tiger Team to go after Saudis at home and abroad

It is reminiscent of the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi: A former spy from Saudi Arabia claims that Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman tried to kill and dismember him in Canada.

  Mohammed bin Salman: Früherer saudiarabischer Spion wirft Kronprinz Mordkomplott vor © BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI / AFP

Only Canadian security forces allegedly owe the former Saudi Arabian secret service agent Saad Aljabri that he is still alive. Because Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent a "murder squad" in 2018, reports the former spy. Your mission: to have him killed and dismembered.

Aljabri claims so in a published lawsuit in federal court in Washington. The ex-spy lives in exile in Canada. Aljabri said that plans to kill him would be pursued in Riyadh.

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A former Saudi minister of state and intelligence official has filed an explosive lawsuit against Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia 's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman attends a meeting with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia , Sept.

Mohammed bin Salman was born on 31 August 1985, the eldest son of then- Prince Salman bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud's third wife, Fahdah bint Falah bin Sultan. It has also seen Saudi Arabia and its allies being accused of possible war crimes and pushed millions of Yemenis to the brink of famine.

The accounts of Aljabri are reminiscent of the murder of the Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul in October 2018. The Crown Prince is internationally suspected of being the mastermind behind the assassination attempt. This is vehemently rejected from Riyadh.

The journalist critical of the government had been murdered by a 15-member detachment in the Saudi Arabian consulate. His body was dismembered and taken away. The alleged murder squad against Aljabri is said to have been in Canada just a few weeks after Khashoggi's death.

Aljabri stated that the Crown Prince wanted his death because he had precise knowledge of its activities and could "threaten the existence" of its close relations with the US government. Aljabri claims to be a confidante of Prince Mohammed bin Najef, a rival of the Crown Prince. In his lawsuit, the former spy demands compensation from the crown prince and around two dozen other suspects for suffering "severe emotional agony" from the alleged murder plans.

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