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Prince Mohammed bin Salman has denied allegations that he sent assassins to Canada to assassinate says a former Saudi intelligence official.
The former Saudi intelligence officer in exile is Saad bin Khalid Al Jabry. He has filed a lawsuit in a U.S. court alleging attempted murder.
In the case, Al Jabry alleged that he fled Saudi Arabia to Canada three years ago. There was an attempt to kill him.
According to Jabry, he knows a lot of secret and deadly information. So Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman wants to kill him but he denies sending assassins to Canada.
Mohammed bin Salman is considered the de facto ruler of Saudi Arabia. He said Jabri was trying to cover up his crime.
However, the Saudi prince had been acquitted as head of state.
Al Jabry 61 has worked for Saudi intelligence for many years. He fled to Canada in 2017. He claims that Prince Salman has repeatedly tried to bring him back to Saudi Arabia.
Jabry said that on October 2, 2018, less than two weeks after the assassination of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey, the assassins went to Canada to assassinate him.
Jamal Khashoggi was assassinated at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, Turkey. He was a fierce critic of Prince Mohammed bin Salman.
According to Western intelligence reports, Khashoggi was killed on his orders. However, the Saudi prince has been denying this allegation.