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Gay Saudi prince sentenced to life for killing servant

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  1. So it’s fine for him to kill someone else; but when the ball is on the other foot. Maybe he should have thought about that before he done it.

  2. BrazilBoysBlog 20 Oct 2010, 10:34pm

    A very sad case. For this ´servant´ to feel so subservient, so much less worthy as a person, that he allows someone else to kill him, without even bothering to defend himself is so incredibly sad.

    Clearly, this ´prince´ is evil and deserves to spend the rest of his life in prison, but for me, the most tragic part is that someone could feel so worthless that they would stand for this abuse from an obvious bully and coward.

  3. I would like to think that Bandar Abdulaziz would have stood a chance of survival if he had complained of the assaults to the the British Police but obviously he didn’t. Look at the forces that would have been ranged against him. If he had returned to Saudi Arabia after a prosecution what would have happened to him? Given his circumstances would he have been granted asylum here? No wonder he felt hopeless and powerless.

    It is indeed distressing to think about what he went through. Is there anything we can do to ensure that his name is remembered? He surely deserves it and it would be one in the eye for the many very powerful people still walking this earth who will only be too anxious for him to be forgotten.

  4. Jock S. Trap 21 Oct 2010, 8:40am

    Disgusting man. Thought he was above the law. How far and hard they fall. Another case of a dangerous closet case. Well not anymore.

    Whats the betting he seeks asylum?

  5. Delighted to see this evil man convicted. There was probably quite a lot of pressure to get him off from that vile and wicked cesspit of evil, Saudi Arabia. It’s incredibly saddening to think that his “servant” felt he couldn’t even leave his master and seek asylum. Essentially he was no better than a slave.

  6. Omar Kuddus 22 Oct 2010, 6:35pm

    Noone should be above the law and more of a reason why the LGBT community requires Equality with its Hetrosexual counterparts , in all aspects of our lives.

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