Free At Last! Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Returns Home After Being Locked In Ritz-Carlton For Three Months

Free At Last! Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Returns Home After Being Locked In Ritz-Carlton For Three Months

"Free at last, Free at last, Thank God almighty I am free at last!" Billionaire celebrity investor Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has been freed from the harsh confines of the Riyadh Ritz-Carlton, according to family sources cited by Reuters on Saturday. Since his detention in November, Alwaleed has come to symbolize the Saudi purge which, you're reminded, is just a shakedown dressed up as an effort to root out "corruption".   That's not to say there's no graft in Saudi Arabia. Rather, it'
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3 thoughts on “Free At Last! Prince Alwaleed bin Talal Returns Home After Being Locked In Ritz-Carlton For Three Months

  1. For a while you could NOT get a reservation at the Ritz – it was full of Saudi ‘criminals’…. lol.
    I suggest a coffee cup with the tiger’s photo on it for sale in the Riyadh airport. r.

    1. ya know, I have read so much crap on so many subjects that I may be a bit confused. When I read about this Saudi reformation (right word?) I tend to interject “criminals putting other criminals in temporary housing for a ransom”. In America we just call it kidnapping? or imprisonment without trial? or does their version of trump just declare them guilty and store them somewhere for a few months while they rifle the palace?

      Oh, can trump now find this place on the map and can he check the right box on the multiple choice test – near east – middle east – far east. We should make an effort to keep all the trumps out of Saudi Arabia and away from that glowing orb thing.

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