- Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has turned down accusations that he despatched a hit squad to get rid of a former Saudi spy chief exiled in Canada, court filings exhibit.
- Saad al-Jabri sued Crown Prince Mohammed in August, accusing the crown prince of trying to have him killed in Toronto in October 2018 simply because he was privy to point out insider secrets.
- On Monday, Michael Kellogg, an legal professional for the crown prince, filed a motion to dismiss the case, saying his customer would be absolutely free from prosecution as a head of condition.
- Crown Prince Mohammed accused al-Jabri of stealing cash from the Saudi government, a claim the former formal denies. Al-Jabri has also accused the crown prince of making an attempt to lure him back to the kingdom by kidnapping his little ones.
- Kellogg said on Monday: “Plaintiff can say regardless of what he desires