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Infiniti2001
Dec 22nd, 2006, 03:17 PM
BOSTON (Dec. 22) - A Saudi Arabian princess accused of breaking U.S. immigration laws by locking up her domestics' passports and forcing them to work for low pay was ordered to be deported, prosecutors said Thursday.

http://cdn.news.aol.com/aolnews_photos/0a/00/20061222073309990001

Hana Al Jader, a Saudi princess, leaves court with her head covered. She is accused of forcing domestics to work for low pay and locking up their passports.

http://cdn.news.aol.com/aolnews_photos/00/03/20061222071809990001
A judge gave Al Jader two years probation and ordered her to be deported to Saudi Arabia.
Hana F. Al Jader of Winchester was sentenced to two years of probation, the first six months of which must be served in home confinement, after which she'll be deported to Saudi Arabia, prosecutors said.

An after hours call to Samantha Martin, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney's office, was not returned. It was unclear if the six months' home confinement Al Jader received included time she has already served while on bail in home confinement.

U.S. District Judge Reginald J. Lindsay also sentenced Al Jader, 40, to pay $206,000 in restitution to three of her former domestic servants, pay a $40,000 fine, and perform 100 hours of community service.

In September, Al Jader pleaded guilty to two counts of visa fraud for lying on immigration forms, and two counts of harboring an alien for keeping the two women at her house though she knew their visas had expired.

In a deal with prosecutors, six counts of forced labor were dropped in exchange for guilty pleas on the other charges.
Prosecutors alleged that Al Jader forced two domestic servants from Indonesia to work long hours, while holding their passports in a safe.

Al Jader submitted fraudulent forms to the U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia guaranteeing the women would work eight hours daily for $1,500 a month, they charged.

The women were actually paid just $300 per month after arriving in February 2003 to cook, clean and care for Al Jader's disabled husband and their children.

A phone message left after hours Thursday to Al Jader's attorney, Joseph Balliro Sr., was not returned.

Al Jader and her husband, Prince Mohamed Bin Turki Al Saud, have lived in Winchester and Arlington, Va., since the mid-1990s, when the couple came to the United States to obtain medical and rehabilitation treatment for injuries the prince suffered in an auto accident.

Lindsay also sentenced Al Jader to forfeit her second residence in Arlington, Va.
http://articles.news.aol.com/news/_a/judge-orders-saudi-princess-deported/20061222031009990001?ncid=NWS00010000000001

Did she think she would get away with her slavery in the US? :blink1: :angry:

Kart
Dec 22nd, 2006, 03:27 PM
It's not the most flattering of artist's impressions of her is it :lol:.

mykarma
Dec 22nd, 2006, 05:23 PM
BOSTON (Dec. 22) - A Saudi Arabian princess accused of breaking U.S. immigration laws by locking up her domestics' passports and forcing them to work for low pay was ordered to be deported, prosecutors said Thursday.

http://cdn.news.aol.com/aolnews_photos/0a/00/20061222073309990001

Hana Al Jader, a Saudi princess, leaves court with her head covered. She is accused of forcing domestics to work for low pay and locking up their passports.

http://cdn.news.aol.com/aolnews_photos/00/03/20061222071809990001
A judge gave Al Jader two years probation and ordered her to be deported to Saudi Arabia.
Hana F. Al Jader of Winchester was sentenced to two years of probation, the first six months of which must be served in home confinement, after which she'll be deported to Saudi Arabia, prosecutors said.

An after hours call to Samantha Martin, a spokeswoman for the U.S. attorney's office, was not returned. It was unclear if the six months' home confinement Al Jader received included time she has already served while on bail in home confinement.

U.S. District Judge Reginald J. Lindsay also sentenced Al Jader, 40, to pay $206,000 in restitution to three of her former domestic servants, pay a $40,000 fine, and perform 100 hours of community service.

In September, Al Jader pleaded guilty to two counts of visa fraud for lying on immigration forms, and two counts of harboring an alien for keeping the two women at her house though she knew their visas had expired.

In a deal with prosecutors, six counts of forced labor were dropped in exchange for guilty pleas on the other charges.
Prosecutors alleged that Al Jader forced two domestic servants from Indonesia to work long hours, while holding their passports in a safe.

Al Jader submitted fraudulent forms to the U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia guaranteeing the women would work eight hours daily for $1,500 a month, they charged.

The women were actually paid just $300 per month after arriving in February 2003 to cook, clean and care for Al Jader's disabled husband and their children.

A phone message left after hours Thursday to Al Jader's attorney, Joseph Balliro Sr., was not returned.

Al Jader and her husband, Prince Mohamed Bin Turki Al Saud, have lived in Winchester and Arlington, Va., since the mid-1990s, when the couple came to the United States to obtain medical and rehabilitation treatment for injuries the prince suffered in an auto accident.

Lindsay also sentenced Al Jader to forfeit her second residence in Arlington, Va.
http://articles.news.aol.com/news/_a/judge-orders-saudi-princess-deported/20061222031009990001?ncid=NWS00010000000001

Did she think she would get away with her slavery in the US? :blink1: :angry:
I'm sure it happens more than we realize.

Rocketta
Dec 22nd, 2006, 07:08 PM
Woah! You're a Saudi Princess why would you need to low ball your employess? :scratch:

Also, how is she suppose to do her community service if she's deported? :confused:

mykarma
Dec 22nd, 2006, 08:14 PM
Woah! You're a Saudi Princess why would you need to low ball your employess? :scratch:

Also, how is she suppose to do her community service if she's deported? :confused:
Perhaps it's going to happen during her six months of home confinement. Also, in a lot of foreign countries the rich treat their servants like shit.

I wonder how she got caught.

RVD
Dec 22nd, 2006, 08:35 PM
:tape: Oh my, but that's :o :o

Couver
Dec 22nd, 2006, 10:26 PM
What a horrible woman. I'm glad she was at least punished for what she did. I guess she assumed that being royalty afforded her the right to do whatever she wanted.

mykarma
Dec 22nd, 2006, 10:28 PM
What a horrible woman. I'm glad she was at least punished for what she did. I guess she assumed that being royalty afforded her the right to do whatever she wanted.
Punishment would have been for her butt to do some time instead of house arrest.

vogus
Dec 23rd, 2006, 03:55 AM
The royal Saudi's come here and they think they can ignore our laws and buy everything they want with their oil money. It's disgusting. And what's even more disgusting is the treasonous way that the Bush administration constantly kisses the dictatorial, repressive, slave-owning Saudi regime's ass.

rockstar
Dec 23rd, 2006, 03:58 AM
if she's the princess why is she giving them low wages :scratch:

Infiniti2001
Dec 23rd, 2006, 04:01 AM
What a horrible woman. I'm glad she was at least punished for what she did. I guess she assumed that being royalty afforded her the right to do whatever she wanted.

This is typical behavior of rich Arabs. They treat the Indians, Bangladeshis, Pakistanis, and all others who go over to earn a living like crap.

mykarma
Dec 23rd, 2006, 05:27 PM
This is typical behavior of rich Arabs. They treat the Indians, Bangladeshis, Pakistanis, and all others who go over to earn a living like crap.
I've heard that do this sort of things a lot with their servants. There were stories in Kuwait where they paid for maids from poor countries to come there with the pretense of making money. They would confinscate their passports, be beat by the wives, and raped by the sons and husbands and nothing would happen to them if they were reported.

hablo
Dec 23rd, 2006, 05:30 PM
Well I'm glad she got caught ; royalty, pfffffffftt . . . :lol::rolleyes:

*JR*
Dec 23rd, 2006, 07:19 PM
BOSTON (Dec. 22) - A Saudi Arabian princess accused of breaking U.S. immigration laws by locking up her domestics' passports and forcing them to work for low pay was ordered to be deported, prosecutors said Thursday.

http://cdn.news.aol.com/aolnews_photos/0a/00/20061222073309990001

Hana Al Jader, a Saudi princess, leaves court with her head covered. She is accused of forcing domestics to work for low pay and locking up their passports.
That burqa sure works well leaving a courthouse. :devil:

LoveFifteen
Dec 23rd, 2006, 08:16 PM
if she's the princess why is she giving them low wages :scratch:

The rich didn't get rich by being generous. :sad:

Praise Allah that they are kicking the bitch out of the country. Now she'll go back to Saudi Arabia and exploit the all poor, abused Phillipino immigrants there dedicate to her life to serving Allah and spreading peace on earth! :heart:

lizchris
Dec 23rd, 2006, 08:56 PM
The royal Saudi's come here and they think they can ignore our laws and buy everything they want with their oil money. It's disgusting. And what's even more disgusting is the treasonous way that the Bush administration constantly kisses the dictatorial, repressive, slave-owning Saudi regime's ass.


That was evident when he didn't order our armed forced to nuke Saudi Arabia for what 17 or their citizens did on September 11.