After years of exhaustive work from both the U.S. intelligence community the government, at least some semblance of due process was brought to bear after two of the men involved in the grisly murders of Americans on behalf of ISIS were transported to American shores to face the full wrath of the Justice System.
More than two years after the chilling dismemberment of Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, his fiancé and a human rights organization he founded just prior to his murder have filed a lawsuit against Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) for his alleged role in directing the grizzly death.
The fallout from the coronavirus – officially termed COVID-19 – pandemic has come with a dizzying array of direct and indirect repercussions. More than 34 million people have been infected, over 1.2 million lives have been lost, economies have crumbled, children's education has primarily halted, unemployment has debauched all parcels and planet.
Despite pledges from top Hong Kong officials that the draconian national security law, which contains 66 articles and criminalizes succession and subversion, to terrorism and collusion, would only impact a small fraction of the seven million population, almost every facet of the once independent enclave – from education to civil society to technology – has been radically transformed in just over a month.
A former Saudi minister of state and intelligence official has filed an explosive lawsuit against Mohammed bin Salman (MBS), Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, alleging that he “orchestrated an ongoing multi-year conspiracy by a Saudi government-sanctioned ‘death squad’ to torture and assassinate” the ex-intel officer on both U.S. and Canadian soil.