Saudi Arabia: Al-Jabri contested in US court

Issue 1116 - 10 Dec 2020

Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman (MBS) has rejected allegations, filed in a 106-page complaint to a US court, that he sent the so-called Tiger Squad to Canada to kill exiled Saad Al-Jabri. In court filings, MBS said Jabri was trying to conceal his own crimes; the Saudi authorities say the former intelligence chief, who was close to former crown Prince Mohammed Bin Nayef, was guilty of grand corruption.

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