Skip to comments.Saudi Sex Slave Convict Denied by Judge (with a twist) [ al-Turki : Colorado ]
Posted on 01/04/2014 9:09:51 AM PST by george76
Homaidan al-Turki was convicted in 2006 on charges related to having an underage slave whom he sexually molested. Al-Turki resided in Colorado and his now serving out his prison sentence in that state. Since his conviction, there has been a very strong effort from Saudi Arabia to have him released.
A judge has now ruled that al-Turki isnt going anywhere (that is if you dont count his being moved from a State Correctional facility to a federal one).
al-Turki has never really been completely cleared in the murder of Executive Director for Colorados Department of Corrections. Clements was murdered within two weeks of denying a previous al-Turki request for release.
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In the days after Clements murder, it was learned that Evan Ebel had been released from prison due to a technical error, weeks before that murder. It was also learned that Ebels father (Jack) and Hickenlooper were old friends
Al-Turki is being repped by Hal Haddon. Haddon was Kobe Bryants atty when he raped that hotel worker in Colorado. Haddon also was involved in JonBenet Ramsey case too. He is a big Democrat fundraiser and party hack
As someone once said, “I don’t want a lawyer who knows the law. I want a lawyer who knows the judge.”
The Saudis don’t see that he did anything wrong.
“The Saudis dont see that he did anything wrong.”
According to Sharia, Islamic law, he did not do anything wrong. I understand that it takes two male witnesses to prove a rape under Sharia.
A female victim needs Four Muslim males to prove rape in Islamic law ...
2] Muslims have been in the slave trade since the 7th Century; and still are today.