Of Course: Saudi Prince Won't Be Charged With Felony Sexual Assault in L.A.

Katie Pavlich
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Posted: Oct 20, 2015 1:15 PM
Of Course: Saudi Prince Won't Be Charged With Felony Sexual Assault in L.A.

Another day, another Saudi "diplomat" gets away with alleged sexual assault. From Fox News:

Los Angeles County prosecutors announced late Monday that they will not file felony sexual assault charges against a Saudi prince arrested last month at a compound near Beverly Hills.

The Los Angeles Times reported that the prosecutors cited insufficient evidence against Majed Abdulaziz Al-Saud, 28. Al-Saud had been accused by a female worker of trying to force her to perform a sex act on him at the Beverly Glen residence. After the prince's Sept. 23 arrest, police said that more women had accused the prince of attacking them, with three suing Al-Saud in civil court.

Back in 2013, the Department of Homeland Security launched an investigation into alleged sexual trafficking at a Saudi King owned compound in McLean, Virginia after two women escaped and were rescued by federal authorities. Diplomatic immunity saved those living in the complex from prosecution and consequence. 

These are just two cases, there are many more. Michelle Malkin has a good run down here.

Full diplomatic immunity comes at a cost...for women working against their will in Saudi Kingdom owned homes.