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Trump may exempt the Saudi Crown Prince who is accused of “chasing” former intelligence officials overseas.

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According to a report by the U.S. THE Hill on the evening of the 23rd, the U.S. State Department is considering granting Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman immunity from charges of the assassination of former Saudi intelligence agents.

According to CNN, Saad Aljabri, a former Saudi intelligence agent in exile in Canada, filed a lawsuit in the United States, saying that Muhammad sent a killer team to Canada to try to assassinate himself in the same way as killing Saudi journalist Khashoggi. Sartre is a close confidant of Mohammed bin Nayef, the former Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia.

Sartre said that the killers were sent to kill Khashoggi within days after he was killed. The Saudi government submitted a notice to Interpol, asking law enforcement agencies of other countries to arrest and extradite Sartre and accuse him of corruption and using his position to accumulate wealth.

According to The Washington Post, the Saudi government also hopes that Trump can exempt Crown Prince Mohammed from the Khashoggi case, after U.S. intelligence agents said that two years ago, Mohammed ordered the killing of journalist Khashoggi.

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