at Least five Saudi nationals who studied in the U.S. state of Oregon, have disappeared in the last few years, while or although they were prosecuted. This is The Oregonian" this week revealed ".
The unveiling of a report by the newspaper about the Saudi student Abdulrahman Semeer Noorah, has been indicted for manslaughter, and apparently using his country from the United States had fled.
The case caused primarily in the United States for the outrage and headlines after the Saudi Arabian Journalist Jamal Khashoggi had been murdered in October 2018 in the Consulate of the country in Istanbul.
Gone: Abdulrahman Semeer Noorah
In August, Smart 2016 grid Noorah on Southeast Hawthorne Boulevard in Portland with his car in the 15-year-old Fallon as they crossed the street correctly. The Saudi Consulate instructs the lawyer Ginger Mooney with the case, and gives her a Check over 100'000 dollars for a security Deposit. The then 20-Year-old, a 10-year sentence would have been threatened to be released from prison.
Two weeks before his court proceedings, in June 2017, Noorah of an electronic surveillance system that he had to wear as a condition of his release, freed. The newspaper believed that Noorah had been brought to after that, probably with a from the Saudi Consulate chartered a private jet out of the country.
13 months after his Disappearance, the Saudi government informed the US authorities that of the (former) Student of Portland Community College was returned to Saudi Arabia.
"The Oregonian" in-depth research and found that a further four Saudi students have fled in recent years from the United States – two of the alleged rapists, and a man who is accused of having child pornography on his Computer.
Gone: Ali Hussain Alhamoud
in 2012, is accused of Alhamoud to have a young woman raped. He is released on bail, which is deposited with the Saudi Consulate. On the same day he flew from Portland back to Saudi Arabia.
Gone: Abdulaziz Al Duways
In December 2014, arrested Al Duways in Monmouth. He is accused a classmate of rape. Bail is set at half a Million dollars. A few days later, a part of the bail – in Oregon, the defendant must provide 10 percent of the Deposit – from the Saudi Consulate in Los Angeles paid and Al Duways released. Since the Student is gone.
Already in the summer of the same year, Al Duways was arrested twice in six weeks within on suspicion of Driving under the influence of drugs. In both cases, he was not appeared before court.
Gone: Waleed Ali Alharthi
In April 2015, the police found on the Laptop of Waleed Ali Alharthi child pornographic Material. He is arrested on charges of encouraging child sexual abuse in ten cases, the accused. The Deposit will be set to 500'000 dollars, and here, too, the Saudi Consulate deposited 10 percent of the amount.
Alharthi takes part in several court hearings, but not to a status check. His lawyer – Ginger Mooney tells the court that she feared that her client was dead. The authorities know, however, that he flew a week earlier from Mexico city to Paris.
Gone: Suliman Ali Algwaiz
In August 2016 is arrested, the Student Suliman Ali Algwaiz. He should have beaten in a drunken state, a homeless and severely injured. Algwaiz is sentenced to 90 days in jail. His punishments, he served, respectively, on weekends. However, prior to the expiration of the 90 days, he disappears.
In the last four cases, the young students from Saudi Arabia have been through the lawyer Ginger Mooney represented. To says of the investigation in Oregon, however. Your lawyer believe, however, that the allegation of unethical or inappropriate behavior of his client for "completely unfounded".
The "Oregonian" puzzled about how the students leave the United States and internationally were able to travel, although they had submitted their passports.
I’m demanding answers from the Trump administration on Saudi involvement in a manslaughter suspect's escape from Portland. Saudi Arabia's brazen actions in recent months show a clear disregard for the rule of law. https://t.co/u5g6IZDPBK— Ron Wyden (@RonWyden) 1. January 2019
the Senator from Oregon, Ron Wyden, questions about the cases and urged the U.S. government to Investigate and to take action. The Saudi government is pointing a rude pattern of disregard for the law and the abuse of diplomatic privileges, tweeted Wyden.
If it would take the US government, then you would restrict "the diplomatic privileges of Saudi Arabia and the future of bilateral relations with America, the Saudis are out of the question." Since the US had no extradition Treaty with Saudi Arabia, "what steps is it taking the Trump government to ensure that Noorah is for the death of Mrs Smart?", want to know the Democrat.
Until the end of January wanted to Wyden for a reply from the competent ministries. However, neither the FBI nor the Outer - and the Department of homeland security expressed – with reference to staff reductions and vacation during the shutdown.
Saudi Arabia is protecting its citizens from facing real legal distance for violent crimes committed on American soil. It's time for the Saudi regime to be held accountable for subverting the rule of law in the United States. https://t.co/xhQNHowNvq— Ron Wyden (@RonWyden) 14. January 2019
Created: 16.01.2019, 20:51 PM