Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Saudi Slavers in Massachusetts

As seen on LGF:

As some commenters on LGF have noted, no doubt the diplomatic immunity card is being played to the hilt, the Saudis are paying the bail and trying to extract the couple and/or the woman. I also don't doubt they will just claim the charges are some kind of "religious discrimination" saying this is what HER culture does! Gee whiz...

Yeah, well, you're in the USA now. We don't enslave our immigrants, steal their passports (unless you work for the INS) or otherwise dehumanize them. We actually try to assimilate them into American culture and give legal immigrants a shot at the Land of Golden Opportunity. That's why most people immigrate here. Not to run a slave-trade in the basement or play at Queen in Exile in the living room. Go home if that's what you want to do.

Saudi Prince’s Wife Charged With Enslaving 2 Women

CBS TV Ch 4 - WINCHESTER - A Saudi woman will plead guilty in court on Tuesday for allegedly forcing two Indonesian women to be her domestic servants in Winchester.

Hana Al Jader will acknowledge she violated federal laws, according to her lawyer, Joseph Balliro Sr.

Al Jader faces six counts of forced labor and four counts of violating immigration laws. Her lawyer would not say what counts the 41-year-old will plead guilty to.

Prosecutors accuse Al Jader of forcing the two women to work like slaves. She allegedly held back their money, hid their passports and prevented them from talking to others. Al Jader denies these claims.

Al Jader, who has been living in Massachusetts since the 1990s, is married to Prince Mohamed Bin Turki Alsaud.


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