Saudi prince accused of murdering his valet in a sexual motivation

>> Wednesday, October 13, 2010



Prince Saud Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud Bin Nasir told the police that he  was not gay and that he and Bandar were equal Abdulaziz who spent four months traveling the world.

He said detectives do not understand Saudi culture, where people regularly travel together as companions.

The explanation of the relationship of the prince during his murder trial at the Old Bailey, which heard how employees Saudi royal gay escort and threatened photo Abdulaziz on his cell phone.

He was arrested just hours after Mr Abdulaziz battered body was discovered in the room they share in the five-star Landmark Hotel in London on February 15 this year.

A post-mortem examination showed that the 32-year-old died from a combination of strangulation and injuries to the neck and abdomen.

When his body was discovered, Prince Saud tried to explain his injuries, Mr. Abdulaziz been stolen from Edgware Road, three weeks before his death, the court heard.

But, as he put detectives on a walking tour of the fake show them where it happened, police discovered other CCTV images of Prince Saud Abdulaziz fight in the hotel elevator.

He was immediately arrested on suspicion of murder but refused to answer questions, instead of the police a statement in which he explained why the couple shared a room.

"This way, we could talk to each other later in the evening, movies and generally pleasant," said 34-year-old.

"We chose our money for shopping and night."

He said when asked to change to a bigger room, with a double bed is available.

"We asked for another bed in, but it could not be made available.

"We did not bank bed, in our journey, and I traveled to Bandar as equals and I do not want him to feel different from my sleep on a sofa.

"We have no problem with sharing a bed."

The prince, who describes his work while working with his father insisted he had a friend in Saudi Arabia that he often talked.

"I prefer the cultural tradition behind my trip and Bandar explain. It is fairly common in my country for men to travel with fellow travelers.

"I am a wealthy Saudi, my father was the nephew of the king. So I paid for the trip and our various excursions, but Bandar and I were friends, and no respect was subject to more than me or I him."

Prince Saud denied murder and grievous bodily harm. The trial continues.

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