In an entry yesterday, we looked at the curious case of Saudi prince, Bader Al Saud, 26, who killed Orlando Ramos, 37, in a crosswalk while driving drunk without a valid license. His punishment was a year in a converted home. He then disappeared. The Court has now ordered him to appear to answer for violation of his probation.
He is now listed as “unknown” but his attorney believes that he is in Riyadh. I am no expert on the history and jurisprudence of the Martha’s Vineyard court system but this would probably be the first effort to enforce a detainer or warrant in the Saudi Kingdom. The KSA may have had to deal with Saddam, but they are now facing a bunch of irate wasps at “The Vineyard.” God help them.
In the meantime, the probation people can’t explain how they lost track of the young prince. How many probationers for manslaughter does Martha’s Vineyard have?
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