UK court case over corrupt payments to Saudi Prince Miteb Bin Abdullah ends in acquittal

Issue 1186 - 14 Mar 2024 | 4 minute read

A long-running investigation into millions of dollars’ worth of bribes paid to Prince Miteb Bin Abdullah and his associates in 2007-10 has ended with the two defendants walking free from a London court, after successfully arguing the payments had been approved by the British and Saudi authorities. One defendant’s lawyer told the court his client was being prosecuted to deflect attention from the UK government’s decades of dubious payments in the Gulf

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