US court rejects Saudi lawsuit against ex-intelligence official

"Pedophilia" and human trafficking identifies the largest case of sexual exploitation in America  Jeslin Maxwell has been found guilty in Manhattan federal court on charges of human trafficking and child sexual exploitation. In a decisive ruling in one of the largest cases of sexual exploitation in the United States of America; The case of the Pedophilia Network, which was run by Maxwell and her partner Jeffrey Epstein.  The federal court in Manhattan on Wednesday upheld its verdict, convicting Jessell Maxwell, the girlfriend and partner of US billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, in the case of their pedophile prostitution ring, which was considered the largest sexual abuse scandal in the United States.  Maxwell was found guilty by Manhattan judges on six separate charges, including: running an underage sex trafficking network, conspiring underage people to engage in illegal sexual activities in exchange for money, and smuggling underage people for trafficking. The convict faces a prison sentence of up to 65 years.  Jeffrey Epstein was previously convicted in 2008 in a case of sexual abuse of a minor. The case was reopened ten years later, to discover that it was not a single crime but a pedophile prostitution ring run by the American billionaire and his concubine, Ghislaine Maxwell, while their clients were from the global financial and political elite.  The largest sexual abuse network in the United States Pedophilia charges have been linked to Jeffrey Epstein since 2005, after Palm Beach, Florida police opened an investigation into him, after a father filed a complaint accusing him of sexually molesting his 14-year-old daughter.  Epstein was convicted in 2008 of committing the crimes of prostitution and sexual exploitation of a girl under the legal age, which is defined by US law at 17 years, after an investigation and negotiation over his confession to committing this crime. He was sentenced to only 13 months in prison, with permission to run his business, according to the confession deal.  After his release, Epstein did not regret what he had done, but defended his position in a statement to the New York Post in 2011, saying: "I'm not a predatory beast looking for prey to satisfy his sexual desire, I'm just guilty. The difference between the two is like the difference. Between murder and cake theft.  But a reopening of the federal investigation, 10 years after her first conviction, showed he was the "predatory beast" he denied. Those federal investigations revealed that Epstein and his partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, ran a vast network of minors trafficking in Florida and New York, and were holding them in sexual slavery.  In one of the testimonies of these victims, Virginia Giuffre, who was not more than 15 years old at the time, said that Epstein was traveling the world in his private plane to provide sexual services to his clients and friends, and that she underwent sex training for nearly six months by Epstein and his business manager Jeslin. Maxwell.  She added, "Abstein has sex with underage girls daily in my presence, and everyone around him knew his obsession with underage girls, but when I reached the age of eighteen, interest in me declined because I had become an adult."  The number of complainants who submitted their testimonies to the Manhattan Court reached 15 girls. While the testimony of one of the maintenance workers who worked for Epstein between 1990 and 2001, he saw at least 100 girls working as massagers in his home during that period.  His customers are from the lofty people Epstein was close to a number of prominent businessmen and political figures in the world. At their head are two US presidents, Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. Which observers refer to the reduced sentence he received following the 2008 conviction.  And a previous documentary on Netflix reported that a number of Epstein's victims had met Trump and Clinton on a number of times on the island that Epstein owned and where his crimes were.  Two victims have accused Prince Andrew, the son of Queen Elizabeth II, of sexually assaulting them with the complicity of Epstein, who was his friend. One of them described what happened during the meeting with Prince Andrew at Villa Epstein in New York in 2001, saying: "Gislin bought a doll for Prince Andrew and presented it to him, and Virginia stood up to take a picture with the prince, and the prince put his hand on my chest."  And the testimony of Epstein's former bodyguard, who had accompanied the victim for some time, said that she was afraid that something bad would happen to her if she refused to have sex with the English prince. The bulk of this attendant's testimony was concealed under oath.  Epstein's address diary, which was published after his arrest, showed his ties to Saudi businessmen and members of the Arab royal family. As well as relations with Lebanese, Syrian and Israeli businessmen.  In 2019, Epstein was found dead in his cell. According to an examination of the body, it was said that he had committed suicide. The complainants expressed their indignation at what happened, and their disappointment that Epstein did not receive justice for the crimes he committed against them.    US court rejects Saudi lawsuit against ex-intelligence official  A US court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a Saudi state-owned company against a former Saudi intelligence official.  A US judge has dismissed a lawsuit against a former senior Saudi intelligence official brought by a Saudi state-owned company, ruling that a rarely used US government intervention to stop the release of classified information prevents the case from being pursued.  The decision is a defeat for the kingdom's de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in a legal battle with Saad al-Jabri, a former senior intelligence officer who once cooperated closely with American counterterrorism efforts.  In dismissing the case on Wednesday, Massachusetts District Court Judge Nathaniel Gorton said the court was "not convinced" that it could rule in favor of SCAB Saudi Holdings without including material the US government considers a state secret.  He added that Scab's case also had no basis in federal or Massachusetts law.    US rejects 470 Afghan applications for 'humanitarian visa'  The US authorities rejected about 470 applications from Afghans to obtain a "humanitarian visa" that would allow them temporary entry into the United States.  The US Citizenship and Immigration Services has rejected applications from hundreds of Afghans seeking temporary admission to the United States on humanitarian grounds.  And US media reported Thursday that hundreds of Afghans who have been separated from their families and have been threatened by the Taliban in recent weeks have applied for a "humanitarian visa" to come to the United States, but their applications have been rejected.  USCIS has received more than 35,000 applications for a "humanitarian visa" since the United States withdrew from Afghanistan.  A spokeswoman for the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, Victoria Palmer, said that this week the department accepted more than 140 conditional applications, and rejected about 470 applications, according to local media.  Immigrant rights activists criticized the administration of US President Joe Biden for not fulfilling its promise to help Afghans after the withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan.  In mid-August, the Taliban movement took control of Afghanistan completely, paralleling the final stage of a US military withdrawal from the country, which was completed at the end of the same month.  The countries of the world are still reluctant to recognize the rule of the Taliban, and link this to the behavior of the movement, especially respect for human rights, and not allowing "terrorists" to operate in the country.

"Pedophilia" and human trafficking identifies the largest case of sexual exploitation in America

Jeslin Maxwell has been found guilty in Manhattan federal court on charges of human trafficking and child sexual exploitation. In a decisive ruling in one of the largest cases of sexual exploitation in the United States of America; The case of the Pedophilia Network, which was run by Maxwell and her partner Jeffrey Epstein.

The federal court in Manhattan on Wednesday upheld its verdict, convicting Jessell Maxwell, the girlfriend and partner of US billionaire Jeffrey Epstein, in the case of their pedophile prostitution ring, which was considered the largest sexual abuse scandal in the United States.

Maxwell was found guilty by Manhattan judges on six separate charges, including: running an underage sex trafficking network, conspiring underage people to engage in illegal sexual activities in exchange for money, and smuggling underage people for trafficking. The convict faces a prison sentence of up to 65 years.

Jeffrey Epstein was previously convicted in 2008 in a case of sexual abuse of a minor. The case was reopened ten years later, to discover that it was not a single crime but a pedophile prostitution ring run by the American billionaire and his concubine, Ghislaine Maxwell, while their clients were from the global financial and political elite.

The largest sexual abuse network in the United States

Pedophilia charges have been linked to Jeffrey Epstein since 2005, after Palm Beach, Florida police opened an investigation into him, after a father filed a complaint accusing him of sexually molesting his 14-year-old daughter.

Epstein was convicted in 2008 of committing the crimes of prostitution and sexual exploitation of a girl under the legal age, which is defined by US law at 17 years, after an investigation and negotiation over his confession to committing this crime. He was sentenced to only 13 months in prison, with permission to run his business, according to the confession deal.

After his release, Epstein did not regret what he had done, but defended his position in a statement to the New York Post in 2011, saying: "I'm not a predatory beast looking for prey to satisfy his sexual desire, I'm just guilty. The difference between the two is like the difference. Between murder and cake theft.

But a reopening of the federal investigation, 10 years after her first conviction, showed he was the "predatory beast" he denied. Those federal investigations revealed that Epstein and his partner, Ghislaine Maxwell, ran a vast network of minors trafficking in Florida and New York, and were holding them in sexual slavery.

In one of the testimonies of these victims, Virginia Giuffre, who was not more than 15 years old at the time, said that Epstein was traveling the world in his private plane to provide sexual services to his clients and friends, and that she underwent sex training for nearly six months by Epstein and his business manager Jeslin. Maxwell.

She added, "Abstein has sex with underage girls daily in my presence, and everyone around him knew his obsession with underage girls, but when I reached the age of eighteen, interest in me declined because I had become an adult."

The number of complainants who submitted their testimonies to the Manhattan Court reached 15 girls. While the testimony of one of the maintenance workers who worked for Epstein between 1990 and 2001, he saw at least 100 girls working as massagers in his home during that period.

His customers are from the lofty people

Epstein was close to a number of prominent businessmen and political figures in the world. At their head are two US presidents, Donald Trump and Bill Clinton. Which observers refer to the reduced sentence he received following the 2008 conviction.

And a previous documentary on Netflix reported that a number of Epstein's victims had met Trump and Clinton on a number of times on the island that Epstein owned and where his crimes were.

Two victims have accused Prince Andrew, the son of Queen Elizabeth II, of sexually assaulting them with the complicity of Epstein, who was his friend. One of them described what happened during the meeting with Prince Andrew at Villa Epstein in New York in 2001, saying: "Gislin bought a doll for Prince Andrew and presented it to him, and Virginia stood up to take a picture with the prince, and the prince put his hand on my chest."

And the testimony of Epstein's former bodyguard, who had accompanied the victim for some time, said that she was afraid that something bad would happen to her if she refused to have sex with the English prince. The bulk of this attendant's testimony was concealed under oath.

Epstein's address diary, which was published after his arrest, showed his ties to Saudi businessmen and members of the Arab royal family. As well as relations with Lebanese, Syrian and Israeli businessmen.

In 2019, Epstein was found dead in his cell. According to an examination of the body, it was said that he had committed suicide. The complainants expressed their indignation at what happened, and their disappointment that Epstein did not receive justice for the crimes he committed against them.


US court rejects Saudi lawsuit against ex-intelligence official


A US court has dismissed a lawsuit brought by a Saudi state-owned company against a former Saudi intelligence official.

A US judge has dismissed a lawsuit against a former senior Saudi intelligence official brought by a Saudi state-owned company, ruling that a rarely used US government intervention to stop the release of classified information prevents the case from being pursued.

The decision is a defeat for the kingdom's de facto ruler, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, in a legal battle with Saad al-Jabri, a former senior intelligence officer who once cooperated closely with American counterterrorism efforts.

In dismissing the case on Wednesday, Massachusetts District Court Judge Nathaniel Gorton said the court was "not convinced" that it could rule in favor of SCAB Saudi Holdings without including material the US government considers a state secret.

He added that Scab's case also had no basis in federal or Massachusetts law.


US rejects 470 Afghan applications for 'humanitarian visa'


The US authorities rejected about 470 applications from Afghans to obtain a "humanitarian visa" that would allow them temporary entry into the United States.

The US Citizenship and Immigration Services has rejected applications from hundreds of Afghans seeking temporary admission to the United States on humanitarian grounds.

And US media reported Thursday that hundreds of Afghans who have been separated from their families and have been threatened by the Taliban in recent weeks have applied for a "humanitarian visa" to come to the United States, but their applications have been rejected.

USCIS has received more than 35,000 applications for a "humanitarian visa" since the United States withdrew from Afghanistan.

A spokeswoman for the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, Victoria Palmer, said that this week the department accepted more than 140 conditional applications, and rejected about 470 applications, according to local media.

Immigrant rights activists criticized the administration of US President Joe Biden for not fulfilling its promise to help Afghans after the withdrawal of the United States from Afghanistan.

In mid-August, the Taliban movement took control of Afghanistan completely, paralleling the final stage of a US military withdrawal from the country, which was completed at the end of the same month.

The countries of the world are still reluctant to recognize the rule of the Taliban, and link this to the behavior of the movement, especially respect for human rights, and not allowing "terrorists" to operate in the country.

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