Saudi Prince Rapes and Murders Young Girl Then Dumps Her Body on the Street

Saudi Prince Rapes and Murders Young Girl Then Dumps Her Body on the Street

Police in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia has confirmed the news that a girl had been raped and murdered by a Saudi prince.

The scandal was another loop in a chain of moral and ethical scandals on Saudi corrupt princes and their crime against Saudi citizens.

The story began when the witnesses in Samer, a Jeddah suburb, saw that a girl was dropped out of a JMC automobile and the car drives away, evening May 30. People witnessing the event immediately wrapped the girl in a blanket and contact the police.

After police arrived, preliminary investigation indicated that the girl had died. JMC plate number fed into the automobile surveillance system of traffic police and it revealed that it belonged to a Saudi prince.

Then, extensive investigation was launched, with the initial result that the prince was no other person than Khalid bin Sa’ad bin Abdul Aziz al-Saud, who, met the girl in Wednesday evening in famous Al-Tuhayat shopping mall. The girl defied the prince.

Then, the girl was kidnapped by complicity of Tariq al-Maqrebi, an associate of the prince’s, and transferred to an unknown place, where she was sexually harassed.

The girl’s attempt to escape led to physical grapple between them, and finally to death of the girl. Saudi prince stripped the girl and dropped her out of his car.

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Comments

  1. Ghadeer Grant says

    looooooool…i am sorry but this is totally hilarious…why the fuck wud that saudi prince throw her body in front of people when he can simply exile the body somewhere no one can reach. I mean people come on, get your stories a tad bit better than that. He cannot be stupid enough to dump her body like that. Whoever wrote his story needs serious therapy.

  2. Jodi Anne Burningham Bayne says

    You make a good argument for using logic. Not every post regarding abuses of power are true. However, I am not sure such people as Saudi princes or wealthy corporate heads ect… think the way we do. Some truly believe they are (and seem to be) above the law. Plenty have been "stupid enough" to flaunt their untouchable status. More-over some of these people truly see "the people" as pawns, objects or insects and would think no more of a life.

  3. says

    I don't know if this is real or if its some sick propaganda.But that's beside the point who ever did it is still fucked and deserves to be shot into space with no protection.

  4. Ghadeer Grant says

    of course any person in power knows that he/she are above the law and that the common people are mere "expendables" its just that, no way would the media release something like that concerning their royal family especially since it took place in the kingdom. If this had happened somewhere outside KSA i would have believed it. And many times more than not the stories are fabricated. Anyway nowadays i go with the concept of "read all believe nothing" .

  5. says

    Ghadeer Grant seem right, that seems one attempt to create a mob against the prince. CIA did many similar things against other rulers all over the world. I would investigate further this rape issue before throwing rocks against the prince.

  6. says

    If this is true (check Al Jazerra to find out). … The Prince will be tried by Sharia Court and if guilty taken to the city square after Friday prayer and lose his head… That's the way it's done… Which is more honorable than the jail time the U.S. Army GI's in Iraq got after they raped a 14 year old Iraqi girl, then killed her and her family and burned their bodies…

    Which crime was worse, the one by the Americans or by the Saudi? How honest are you?

  7. عظمى محمود says

    the reason why he didn't care and threw her in front of people is because like many other cases this one too would be swept away under the carpet. He has power & money and the royal families can do whatever they want and the people that ass kiss them such as the saudi people and many others will defend them..because human decency is dead.And if its not him why doesn't he try and find out who's really responsible for the rape & murder and the false accusation against him? truth is saudi royals talk of human rights & sharia law (islamic law) and enforce it on people but not themselves. why are people defending this prince, how well do they know him? try living in saudi when your not a saudi and see how they treat you like s***,this is not the first time, look it up on the net and please stop ass kissing someone who wouldn't give a shit about you.

  8. Темная Материя says

    that's a good argument in a normal society where everyone is equal in front of law but not in the place where some people can do whatever, and saying whatever I mean WHATEVER, and not get punished. in this case nothing surprises me cause I know so many similar cases that everyone knew the subject of the crime but he was never brought to justice. really sorry for this girl and her family

  9. says

    Uzma Mehmood Uzma yeah lusters should be hanged till death in an open square as their law (Sharia) But power they use, they don't understand that ultimate power is on all of us…. I also Suggest u too take survey of Human Rights Violations in Balochistan. which are done by state itself. Bcoz GHQ is supreme than Supreme Court of Pakistan

  10. Riikka Helena Ketola says

    I wonder why CIA would do such an attack on Saudis as they are such good allies otherwise ?

  11. Tahani Hussein says

    Simply because he can and no one will stand up against it. They are corrupt and one of the members of that family has left them simply because he sees that they are injustice and that they are abusing power and claiming to rule by the sharia when in reality they are going against the islamic law…

  12. says

    Riikka Helena Ketola
    All Allies who run their use are replaced. For a country as Saudi arabia, there is a good chance that economical resources would make the political force independent from US "policy"-I I mean oil deals- This is why the best practice is to destabilize any "functioning"regime" is not good for business> Look at Iraq, They gave up rights to private sector of their oil resources

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