Tag Archives | colorado

Saudi Sex Slave Convict Denied by Judge (with a twist)

Homaidan al-Turki was convicted in 2006 on charges related to having an underage slave whom he sexually molested. Al-Turki resided in Colorado and had been serving out his prison sentence in that state. Since his conviction, there has been a very strong effort from Saudi Arabia to have him released. In 2010, an extremely well-produced […]

Continue Reading 3

CO Governor’s Attorney worked to free Saudi Convict

The office of the Colorado Governor’s office, headed by Democrat John Hickenlooper, may be on the brink of a major scandal involving attempts to release a Saudi prisoner. Homaidan al-Turki was convicted in 2006 for keeping a sex slave locked up in his residence. He repeatedly molested her over a period of years. You might […]

Continue Reading 4

Saudi Prisoner update: Colorado Dept. of Corrections official was on a Hit List

It looks like we have an update to this story about Saudi National Homaidan al-Turki, who was convicted in 2006 on charges related to enslaving an Indonesian minor and repeatedly molesting her. A little more than one week after al-Turki was denied a request to serve out the remainder of his sentence in Saudi Arabia, […]

Continue Reading 1

How many Saudis have violated or are violating 13th Amendment while on U.S. Soil?

Neither slavery nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the United States, or any place subject to their jurisdiction. – U.S. Constitution, Amendment XIII, Section 1. Slavery in America was abolished in 1865. Yet, to listen to the American left, you’d think […]

Continue Reading 7

Renewed interest in imprisoned Saudi National in Murder of Prison Chief?

On the evening of March 19th, the Executive Director of Colorado’s Department of Corrections – Tom Clements – was murdered in his home. For a little more than 36 hours, an incarcerated Saudi national named Homaidan al-Turki was a person of interest because about a week prior to the murder, Clements denied a request by […]

Continue Reading 5

The Case For Saudi-phobia?

Ben Barrack For nearly two days after the murder of Tom Clements – the Executive Director of the Colorado State Department of Corrections – significant attention was paid to the case of a Saudi prisoner named Homaidan Al-Turki. Then, after the death of Evan Ebel in Decatur, TX on March 21st, interest in Al-Turki evaporated […]

Continue Reading 1

We Are Above the Law (So Say the Saudis)

By Walid Shoebat There is immense public and even governmental support for terrorists and criminals who originate from Saudi Arabia, a country that prides itself on Sharia and moral values. The irony of the cases we present is that not one of these Saudi nationals sentenced for crimes and even terrorism charges in the United […]

Continue Reading 31

Report: ‘Prison source’ says Aurora, Colorado Theater Shooter has converted to Islam

This story comes with the caveat that while the U.K. Daily Mail is reporting that the Dark Knight theater shooter, James Holmes, converted to Islam, they cite the National Enquirer as their source. That said, it would seem quite easy for Colorado / national media to verify or debunk this story relatively quickly and easily. […]

Continue Reading 1

Video: Local Denver television reporter does what Brian Williams does not; asks Obama tough questions

This interview between Kyle Clark, a reporter with Denver’s NBC affiliate channel 9, and Barack Obama is a must-see. Right out of the gate, Clark presses Obama on Benghazi and the president showed why he doesn’t like to talk about it; he’s stonewalling. For Obama to defer to a pending investigation over a matter that […]

Continue Reading 9