Ex-Saudi intel official who sued crown prince says his son-in-law has been arrested in ‘act of reprisal’ | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Ex-Saudi intel official who sued crown prince says his son-in-law has been arrested in ‘act of reprisal’

A former Saudi intelligence official living in Toronto says his son-in-law has been detained overseas in retaliation for a lawsuit the official filed accusing the crown prince of sending a “hit squad” to kill him.

A statement issued on behalf of Saad Aljabri on Tuesday said Salem Almuzaini, Aljabri’s son-in-law, had been summoned Monday to Saudi state security offices, where he was arrested.

“His whereabouts are unknown,” the release states.

The development follows the alleged detainment by Saudi officials of two of Aljabri’s children, earlier this year.

Officials with the Saudi embassy in Washington, D.C., did not immediately respond to the Star’s request for comment.

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