Wednesday, September 21, 2011

President Obama Meets With Accused Rapist During UN Meetings - Prince al-Waleed

By Nicholas Contompasis

The man that helped President Obama into and through Harvard Law was Saudi billionaire Prince al-Waleed. Much of Obama's foreign campaign funding was allegedly from the Prince.
Al-Waleed was in New York this week with the rest of the world and most likely secretly met with the President.
Of course it wouldn't be proper for the President of the United States to meet publicly with an accused rapist so he sent Larry Summers in to meet him first to see if the coast was clear.
The point of my comments are to illustrate Obama's close connection to the Islamic movement. Al-Waleed is anti-Israel. This is no secret to those who have been following his activities.
Now, with this rape charge being resurrected in Spain by a drugged and Shanghaied model to his yacht, we will see where all of this leads.

Saudi Prince Rebuts Claim of Rape in Spain

Published: September 20, 2011

MADRID — The office of Prince Alwaleed bin Talal bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, a billionaire investor and nephew of King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia, released documents to rebut an accusation that the prince raped a Spanish woman on a luxury yacht off the Mediterranean island of Ibiza three years ago.
Spain Revives Rape Case Against Saudi Prince (September 14, 2011)
The documents include a full travel agenda, passport visa stamps and witness statements about the prince’s whereabouts, all of which indicate that the prince was not in Ibiza in August 2008, when a 20-year-old model filed a police complaint accusing him of rape.
The case was closed in July 2010 by an Ibiza judge for lack of evidence, but that decision was appealed to a Spanish provincial court for the Balearic Islands, which include Ibiza. The provincial court ordered the Ibiza judge, Carmen Martín Montero, to resume the case and to summon the prince to appear.
The accuser, who has been identified only by her middle name, Soraya, said she was drugged at an Ibiza nightclub and then taken to the yacht and raped there. Traces of semen were collected when the woman went to the police. One of the woman’s lawyers, Javier Beloqui, said on Tuesday that “instead of documents, the prince should simply provide a DNA sample if he wants to close this matter,” so that it could be compared with the semen samples.
A spokeswoman for Prince Alwaleed’s company said last week that the accusations against him were “completely and utterly false.” She said the prince did not charter a yacht in Ibiza, or take his own yacht there, at the time when the model said she was assaulted.
“Neither the prince nor his lawyers have ever been contacted by the court in Spain,” the spokeswoman said on Tuesday in an e-mail. “However, we have widely disseminated this documentation into the public record, and certainly expect that Spanish authorities now have full access to these materials.”
Prince Alwaleed is the largest individual stakeholder in Citigroup and, among his other major holdings, is the second-largest investor in the News Corporation. Forbes valued his fortune this year at $19.4 billion, making him the 26th richest man in the world and the richest in the Arab world.

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