Saudi Prince jailed in the UK for killing his servant flown home to serve the rest of his sentence


The grandson of Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah, Prince Saud Bin Abdulaziz, (pictured left) who was jailed for life in the UK in 2010 for killing his servant was on Monday March 18th flown back to Saudi Arabia to serve the rest of his sentence. But why would the British government do that? They really expect the grandson of the King of Saudi to be locked up forever in Saudi? I hear!

Homosexual Prince Saud murdered his servant, Bandar Abdullah Abdulaziz in a London hotel on 15 February 2010 after the pair returned from a Valentine's Day night out. He subjected the servant to a 'sadistic' campaign of violence and sexual abuse before beating and strangling him to death. Continue



Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud (in white) is seen beating his servant Bandar Abdulaziz in an elevator in London's Landmark hotel
Explaining the move, the British Government said they have a prison transfer arrangement with Saudi Arabia which allows nationals of either country to serve their prison sentence in their home state. Prince Saud is the first prisoner to transfer under this arrangement. As part of the arrangement, he must serve the life sentence, with a minimum of twenty years.

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