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Former FBI director defends Saudi prince from bribery allegations

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Former FBI Director Louis Freeh says $2 billion that flowed from Britain to bank accounts controlled by the Saudi ambassador in the U.S. were sent as part of a secret arms deal between the British and the Saudis that, among other things, made it easier for the Saudis to evade American weapons-sales restrictions.

TVNL Comment: Do some research into Freeh's conduct and actions prior to the events of 9/11. It's all connected.


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