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Why be cautious when he won't do any time?

This was obviouslu not the guys first time and they knew about him for sure for a long time.

The story here (and its probably true) is that hezballah decided to cover the security/judiciary to arrest him in retaliation for what the saudis have done recently, notably the arrest and sentencing of sheikh nimr in saudi arabia.

If the guy does end up being sentenced then its definitely that.
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A lot of the Saudi princes don't have diplomatic immunity.
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A lot of the Saudi princes don't have diplomatic immunity.

They don't need official immunity usually it just takes some cash and strong PR to make these situations disappear
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Thread Starter 
I don't know about this Hizb story but if they traded a piece of shit prince for Sheikh Nimr I'd support it.
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A lot of the Saudi princes don't have diplomatic immunity.

They don't need official immunity usually it just takes some cash and strong PR to make these situations disappear

Wasn't there a murder case in London a couple years back and the guys from LA recently are both wanted.
post #1476 of 2692
The only murder case I remember in London was the prince who killed his male servant but not before the video of homosexual relations leaked, so naturally he applied for asylum rather than go back and be executed (for sodomy not for the murder)
post #1477 of 2692
They really are the shittiest family in the history of the universe
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The Kardashians are pretty bad though too...

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Hahahahahah good point
post #1480 of 2692
Expanding reach if this is true.

Bomb by Islamic State likely caused Russian plane crash
mobile.reuters.com/article/idUSKCN0ST2HJ20151105
post #1481 of 2692
Has to be a fake.
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PKK has declared an end to the unilateral ceasefire they implemented leading up to the elections. Welcome back to the 90's Turkey. 

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That is what happens when you bomb people undercover of bombing someone else.
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I expected Turkey to vote elsewhere. Huge disappointment. Although it has to be said that Erdogan, relatively, had been the most successful at reaching out to Kurds.

But had he failed in the elections i think Syria's solution would have come faster. And perhaps his opponents wouldve learned and the Kudish problem too.
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