Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman sent ‚Tiger Squad‘ of 50 hit-men to Canada

to assassinate rival prince’s top spy two weeks after Jamal Khashoggi killing – but they were caught at border with ‚bags of forensic tools‘, lawsuit claims
Saad Aljabri, a former top Saudi intelligence official, filed suit on Thursday
He accuses Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, also known as MBS, of trying to assassinate him
Aljabri has been living in exile in Toronto since MBS took power in 2017
He alleges MBS sent ‚Tiger Squad‘ of hit men to kill him using ‚forensic tools‘
Lawsuit alleges Canadian authorities thwarted plot at border checkpoint
Aljabri alleges MBS had his two children kidnapped in Saudi Arabia to ‚lure‘ him
Alleged plot was thwarted less than two weeks after killing of Jamal Khashoggi
Khashoggi was a Washington Post columnist and critic of MBS‘ style of rule
In October 2018, he was killed while visiting Saudi consulate in Istanbul
CIA believes MBS ordered Khashoggi killing and covered up crown prince’s role
By Ariel Zilber For and Wires
Published: 22:15 BST, 6 August 2020

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