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« on: October 06, 2010, 03:42:05 PM »

A Saudi prince beat his servant to death in a London hotel after weeks of physical and sexual abuse, a court heard yesterday.

Saud Abdulaziz bin Nasser al Saud, 34, killed Bandar Abdulaziz in a murder of "ferocity" which had a "sexual element", it is claimed.

Mr Abdulaziz, 32, was found on February 15, beaten and strangled in suite 312 of the Landmark Hotel in Marylebone which he was sharing with the prince.

A series of injuries including bite marks to Mr Abdulaziz's cheeks revealed the "ferocity of the attack to which he had been subjected", a jury was told. His lips had been split, his teeth broken and he had brain injuries.

Bones in his neck had been fractured, consistent with strangulation, and there was deep bruising to the back, fractured ribs and trauma to the abdomen caused by punches or kicks.

The jury at the Old Bailey heard that when arrested al Saud, 34, claimed the pair had been friends and equals. Mr Abdulaziz was in fact al Saud's servant and sometimes slept on the floor at the foot of his bed.

The prince at first claimed his aide had been robbed and attacked three weeks before his death, the court heard. But CCTV footage from a hotel lift shown to the jury revealed the victim had been subjected to a "really nasty assault" by the prince on January 22, said prosecutor Jonathan Laidlaw, QC.

Escorts On the night of the alleged murder the men ate at Scalini's restaurant in Knightsbridge where staff said Mr Abdulaziz looked as if he had been "badly beaten up".

They then returned to the hotel where they drank champagne in the bar before going up to the suite. Police were called by the hotel the following afternoon.

Mr Laidlaw said: "Theirs was a far more complicated relationship than the defendant was prepared to admit. Abuse was not confined to physical violence. There was a sexual element as well."

The prince has denied being gay but the court heard a barman at the Sanderson Hotel said the prince flirted with him and suggested they go on a date. Two male escorts also visited the prince's hotel suite and police said that he had visited gay escort websites.

The prince, a grandson of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, is alleged to have subjected his aide to repeated vicious assaults over several weeks. The court heard that the victim, an orphan who had been adopted by a middle-class family, had met Saud through friends and spent the last three years travelling as an "occasional companion".

The jury will decide if the prince is guilty of murder or manslaughter after he admitted the killing.

He denies grievous bodily harm with intent. The trial continues.

A complex royal family tree

Saud Abdulazaziz bin Nasser al Saud is a grandson of the King of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah.

His father, Prince Abdulaziz, is a nephew of the king and his mother is one of his many daugh-ters. King Abdullah took the throne in 2005 after the death of his half-brother King Fahd, who had suffered numerous strokes.

The Saudi royal family tree is highly complex with some estimates putting their numbers at up to 25,000. However, most experts agree that the true figure is around 7,000, with the power and influence being wielded by around 200 royals. The king, aided by a committee of princes, rules over Saudi's population of 28million people.

The current kingdom was founded in 1902 by King Abdul Aziz bin Saud.



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« Reply #1 on: October 06, 2010, 03:54:59 PM »

25 000 Royals? Or did misunderstood something?
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« Reply #2 on: October 06, 2010, 04:08:13 PM »

If a royal has several siblings and he and his male siblings has/have several official wives and other several official mistresses (or ex wives), and each spouse & mistress (or ex wives) has several children and each of the male children has several wives and mistresses (ex wives).. and so on and so on in a couple of generations the family member could reach 25 000   Wink
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« Reply #3 on: October 06, 2010, 04:42:49 PM »

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In my family (we are muslims) it is proscribed, that men have more than one women. I think it´s then okay for muslim men to have more women if there is a war (they lost their husbands), or a natural catastrophe or something else where they can´t care of themselves.
But to marry a younger women, or just bored with the first is so not cool!
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« Reply #4 on: October 06, 2010, 08:12:39 PM »

In my family (we are muslims) it is proscribed, that men have more than one women. I think itīs then okay for muslim men to have more women if there is a war (they lost their husbands), or a natural catastrophe or something else where they canīt care of themselves.
But to marry a younger women, or just bored with the first is so not cool!
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Indeed! Those were the original circumstances but many of the Arab royals take the p*ss.

This story doesn't surprise me at all, my uncle worked as a doctor many years ago for the Saudi RF and some of the things he told us were shocking. By and large they seem to be a very depraved bunch.
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« Reply #5 on: October 06, 2010, 08:25:05 PM »

didn't he fly on the space shuttle after buying a seat?
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« Reply #6 on: October 07, 2010, 04:45:37 AM »

A complex royal family tree

Saud Abdulazaziz bin Nasser al Saud is a grandson of the King of Saudi Arabia, King Abdullah.

His father, Prince Abdulaziz, is a nephew of the king and his mother is one of his many daugh-ters. King Abdullah took the throne in 2005 after the death of his half-brother King Fahd, who had suffered numerous strokes.

OMG, I had to read that at least 10 times for it to sink in Blink Blink
So Abdulazaziz mother is the daughter of King Abdullah; his father is a nephew of King Abdullah --- so not only is he a grandson of the King he is also a great nephew Blink --- talk about keeping it all in the family.
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« Reply #7 on: October 07, 2010, 07:07:25 AM »

wot are the odds that he'll get off scot-free Crap Snare

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« Reply #8 on: October 07, 2010, 10:12:10 AM »

Those injuries are horrible. One can only hope and wish that the brain damage occured fairly early and the victim didn't feel much after that.
Bite marks on his cheeks? That Prince is a monster, they should probably lock him up in a Hannibal Lector way...
I can't imagine him getting scot-free, he might be able to score a manslaughter instead of murder. (the behaviour seems rather irrational which actually makes the planning and executing of murder rather unlikely) but our experts on SA and those families might know more about what will be going on behind those curtains.I can imagine that the loss of face that the Saudi royal family experiences with such a vicious crime, will result in serious repercussions. Wouldn't be surprised if that Prince won't see the light of day anytime soon...
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« Reply #9 on: October 07, 2010, 10:58:15 AM »

wot are the odds that he'll get off scot-free Crap Snare

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I hope he doesn't! Although I wouldn't be surrpised if the Saudi Government tries to pull some strings.

A couple of weeks ago one of the TV channels here did a "moden slavery" in the UK season featuring domestic servants who are absued by their employers. Almost all of them were wealthy Arabs from the Gulf (Dubai and Saudi) who were holidaying in London.
It was disgusting.
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« Reply #10 on: October 07, 2010, 11:52:17 AM »

I'm with you LS hope he gets his punishment...but I sincerely doubt it!

Saudi Arabia has too much clout, and this chap is way too much connected...

I think he'll be unpunished Dead

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« Reply #11 on: October 07, 2010, 03:19:32 PM »

Those injuries are horrible. One can only hope and wish that the brain damage occured fairly early and the victim didn't feel much after that.
Bite marks on his cheeks? That Prince is a monster, they should probably lock him up in a Hannibal Lector way...
I can't imagine him getting scot-free, he might be able to score a manslaughter instead of murder. (the behaviour seems rather irrational which actually makes the planning and executing of murder rather unlikely) but our experts on SA and those families might know more about what will be going on behind those curtains.I can imagine that the loss of face that the Saudi royal family experiences with such a vicious crime, will result in serious repercussions. Wouldn't be surprised if that Prince won't see the light of day anytime soon...

Fairy,
I agree. This poor, poor person. To die at the hands of a sick sadistic person he had to actually live with, in the same room, for long periods of time! This case is just so hard to think about.

In the following article photos of an elevator beating administered by the Saudi Prince to his so called "servant" are shown. I must say they are the most heartbreaking photos I have seen in a long time. The poor man could not eat because his mouth was so swollen from repeated beatings by the Saudi Prince. The Prince had males escorts visiting the room. What a complete and total nightmare for the "servant"/boyfriend and what a horrific life the Saudi Prince created for himself.

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« Reply #12 on: November 23, 2010, 11:02:18 AM »

im sure it is not the first time he or one of his family members will or have gotten away with murder.
wont be the last  Ranting Real mad
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« Reply #13 on: February 21, 2011, 12:55:14 PM »

Just do not understand these arabic male royals... Watch this video, AT YOUR OWN RISK, itīs very, very scary, totally horrible. Nerves

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An Abu Dhabi prince (the Crown Prince brother) captured on videotape torturing a grain merchant has been detained by authorities, CNN reports. Sheik Issa bin Zayed al-Nahyan is under house arrest pending an investigation, officials of the United Arab Emirates have told the US State Department. The videotape shows the prince beating, burning and then using his car to run over his victim. The tape has held up negotiations between the US and UAE on a nuclear pact.

A video tape smuggled out of the United Arab Emirates shows a member of the country's royal family mercilessly torturing a man with whips, electric cattle prods and wooden planks with protruding nails.
An investigation into a savage torture by a royal family member of a close ally.

A man in a UAE police uniform is seen on the tape tying the victim's arms and legs, and later holding him down as the Sheikh pours salt on the man's wounds and then drives over him with his Mercedes SUV.

In a statement to ABC News, the UAE Ministry of the Interior said it had reviewed the tape and acknowledged the involvement of Sheikh Issa bin Zayed al Nahyan, brother of the country's crown prince, Sheikh Mohammed.

"The incidents depicted in the video tapes were not part of a pattern of behavior," the Interior Ministry's statement declared.

The Minister of the Interior is also one of Sheikh Issa's brother.

The government statement said its review found "all rules, policies and procedures were followed correctly by the Police Department.
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It should be a world-boycott travelling to UAE!




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« Reply #14 on: February 21, 2011, 12:59:09 PM »

a family of psychos living above the law


reminds me of Saddam Hussein family

hopefully they will find the same end
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