A down low, gay Saudi prince was found guilty today of killing his black sex slave in February in a London hotel where they were staying.
Prince Saud Abdulaziz Bin Nasser Al Saud, 34, was found guilty of killing Bandar Abdulaziz, 32, and of causing grievous bodily harm.
A CCTV video taken from a surveillance camera inside a hotel elevator in January shows Al Saud savagely kicking and punching Bandar.
Some believe that the elevator beating was ignored by London’s five star Landmark hotel security because the perpetrator was a billionaire Muslim prince who was known to them.
Bandar’s body was found on February 15, 2010, on a bloodstained bed in the hotel suite that he shared with al Saud for a month. He had been abused for weeks, according to prosecutors.
Bloodstains found on the pillow and the room were “consistent with the victim having been the subject of a series of separate assaults before he was killed,” the jury was told.
His body bore signs of repeated torture, including bite marks on both cheeks and several knocked out teeth. Al Saud also strangled Bandar with such force that he fractured bones in his neck.
Typical of victims of chronic abuse, there was no indication that Bandar fought back or attempted to defend himself.
The gay scandal was played down all over Europe due to the race of the victim and the gay element. Bandar’s race and sexuality was also ignored in the mainstream media in the United States.
Bandar is frequently referred to in the press as the prince’s “aide” or his “assistant.”
The self-loathing Saudi prince was so fearful of his gay tendencies being exposed, that he murdered his sex slave after hotel staff began whispering about their sexual relationship.
Homosexuality is considered sinful in Islam, and gay Muslims are commonly stigmatized. The Saudi prince routinely traveled out of the country with Bandar to avoid shaming his family.
Source: Atlas Shrugs