Ex-Saudi spy accuses MBS of trying to assassinate him

Riyadh, 7th August 2020: Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has been accused of sending his ‘hit squad’ to assassinate a former high-ranking Saudi intelligence official.

According to Baaghi TV reports, a lawsuit has been filed against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman in a Washington, D.C., court alleging that he plotted to assassinate a former Saudi official.

Former Crown Prince Mohammed bin Naif’s former intelligence chief Saad al-Jabri has filed a lawsuit against Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Saad al-Jabri has taken a stand in a petition filed in Washington DC that Muhammad bin Salman wanted to kill me and for this, the Saudi Crown Prince sent a 50-member hit squad to Canada.

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The text of the 106-page petition states that his children and brother were also arrested. Some members of the Tiger Squad involved in the assassination of Jamal Khashoggi were sent to assassinate Saad al-Jabri.

According to the petition filed in the court, the group also included a person who is accused of skinning Khashoggi.

The petition added that the men “tried to enter Canada secretly, traveled on a tourist visa” and pretended not to know each other. Suspected border agents found a photograph showing several men together.

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Saad al-Jabri has been a key figure in Saudi Arabia for many years, keeping in touch with Britain’s MI6 and other Western intelligence agencies, and is 61 years old. In 2017, Saad al-Jubri fled to Canada via Turkey. He was a cabinet minister and held the rank of Major General.

When Muhammad bin Salman became Crown Prince in place of Muhammad bin Naif in 2017, Saad al-Jabri left Saudi Arabia. The British news agency BBC quoted documents as saying that the failed plot to assassinate Saad al-Jabri was shortly after the assassination of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Al-Jabri was a former Saudi government official who had been living in exile for three years.

Bill Blair, Canada’s federal minister for public safety, says the government is aware of incidents in which foreigners have tried to intimidate, intimidate or monitor Canadians and others living there.

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