After being described as “lost credibility”, the Saudi embassy sends a statement to the “60 Minutes” program before broadcasting Saad Al-Jabri’s interview

After being described as “lost credibility”, the Saudi embassy sends a statement to the “60 Minutes” program before broadcasting Saad Al-Jabri’s interview
After being described as “lost credibility”, the Saudi embassy sends a statement to the “60 Minutes” program before broadcasting Saad Al-Jabri’s interview

Posted in: 22/10/2021 – 17:37

The Saudi embassy in Washington sent a statement to the American “60 Minutes” program, in which it spoke about the former Saudi advisor, Saad Al-Jabri, and said that he is “a discredited former government official with a long history of fabrication and distraction attempts to hide the financial crimes he committed, which amount to billions of dollars, to provide a way of life.” extravagant for himself and his family.”

The investigative program “60 Minutes” is scheduled to be broadcast on CBS News on Sunday, October 24, 2021, which is Al-Jabri’s first interview since his decision from the Kingdom in 2017.

The Saudi embassy added in its statement that Saad al-Jabri did not deny his crimes, in fact indicating that theft was acceptable at the time. But it was neither acceptable nor legal at the time, nor now.”

Khaled, the son of Saad Al-Jabri, had written on his Twitter account, that his father decided to break his silence after his attempts over 4 years to release his two children Omar and Sarah from Saudi Arabia failed, as Al-Jabri accuses Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of detaining them. to blackmail him and return him to Saudi Arabia.

Al-Jabri was considered the second man in the team of former Crown Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, before he fled from Saudi Arabia to Turkey and then to Canada in 2017, where Mohammed bin Salman was accused of sending an assassination squad to Canada days after the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Meanwhile, a group of Saudi companies owned by the kingdom’s sovereign wealth fund, which is controlled by Mohammed bin Salman, filed lawsuits in the United States against Al-Jabri on charges of embezzlement of public funds.

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