Senator urges Trump take to action against Saudi Arabia after they 'helped a student, 21, on $1M bail flee the US on a PRIVATE JET' weeks before he was set to stand trial for the murder of a 15-year-old Oregon girl | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


Senator urges Trump take to action against Saudi Arabia after they 'helped a student, 21, on $1M bail flee the US on a PRIVATE JET' weeks before he was set to stand trial for the murder of a 15-year-old Oregon girl

An Oregon senator demanded to know on Friday what President Trump's administration is planning to do about the United States' relationship with Saudi Arabia after it emerged the country may have helped one of their citizens flee a week before his trial.

Ron Wyden said in a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, Friday that the new theory from authorities Abdulrahman Semeer Noorah, 21, used an illicit passport to jet home on a private jet provided by the Saudi consulate should be reason to push forward with action.

Noorah is believed to have taken off in June 2017, 10 months after mowing down and killing Fallon Smart, 15, in Portland, and more than a year before the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia denied knowing anything about the murder of a dissident journalist - to the disbelief of many.

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