Saudi prince and three of his aids were found transporting 10 Kilos of drugs in America. Prince was detained on Tuesday in Las Vegas which sources say the largest drug bust in the recent history at Las Vegas airport. The Prince first caught transporting two tons of drugs through Beirut airport on his private jet. However, he was later released without a proper punishment for a crime anyone else would have to pay by their life.
Prince Abdel Mohsen Bin Walid Bin Abdulaziz and three others were detained for 7 hours by airport security while trying to "smuggle 10 kilos and Marijuana," but later released after a diplomatic mediation.
Source revealed on condition of anonymity that the president Trump may have directly got involved in prince release.
1 Kilos of Captagon included among the drugs that were found, a brand name for the amphetamine phenethylline, used as synthetic stimulant used by ISIS.
Drugs were packed in to gold plated briefcases the prince was using and stored in a manner that it will not be detected by the scanners. However, the security has realized that the briefcases that was to be loaded to a plane heading to Saudi Arabia were unusually heavy, sources say.
Three other Saudi citizens however was not released and are being questioned by the US customs, sources reveal.
Sadly, no mainstream media has reported this incident widely as the custom officials were asked not to speak to media about the incident without prior approval from a high ranking official at US custom and border protection agency.
Saudi Arabia's large royal family has had past run-ins with authorities in various countries. The family have maintained a close relationship with US presidents all the time including the current president Donald Trump who recently concluded a fairly lengthy visit to the middle eastern nation that attracts a huge criticism for its human rights records.
Last year, a Saudi prince was arrested in Los Angeles for allegedly trying to force a woman to perform oral sex on him at a Beverly Hills mansion. But authorities decided not to pursue the charge, citing a lack of evidence. However, it was again revealed that the decision was influenced by top officials in the government due to its loyalty to the Saudi royal family.
In 2013, a Saudi princess was accused in Los Angeles of enslaving a Kenyan woman as a housemaid, but the charges were also eventually dropped.
If anyone else irrespective of whether they are US citizens or otherwise (Except the members of Royal family), caught transporting drugs would end up beheaded as punishment.
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Saudi Prince Caught Carrying 10 Kilos of Drugs Again. This Time in The USA and He Still Goes Free4.55SEEKER Thursday, 10 August 2017 Saudi prince and three of his aids were found transporting 10 Kilos of drugs in America. Prince was detained on Tuesday in Las Vegas which ...