BREAKING: Muslim MANHUNT Underway In Oregon

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A Saudi student accused of killing an Oregon teenager in a traffic accident is on the run after skipping bail paid by a Saudi consulate.

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Authorities in Portland said Abdulrahman Sameer Noorah, 21, escaped house arrest this month while awaiting trial for manslaughter for the hit-and-run accident that killed 15-year-old Fallon Smart last summer.

The judge in the case set Noorah’s bail at $1 Million despite the prosecutor’s recommendation that, as a flight risk, no bail should be set at all.

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The Saudi consulate in Los Angeles stepped in to bail him out, laying out $100,000 to cover the ten percent requirement, Fox News reported.

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Noorah managed to remove his ankle bracelet nine days before his trial was scheduled to begin and disappeared just days later. US Marshals Service is still searching for him.

“He abided with his conditions of release for nine months, it wasn’t until we were getting close to resolving the case, which was supposed to be last week, that — in my opinion — he decided that he didn’t want to go to prison for that long and took off.”~Multnomah County Deputy District Attorney Shawn Overstreet

Shane Smart, Fallon’s uncle, expressed his anger in a Facebook post.

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“From day 1, our family objected to a bail because of things known about Abdulrahman Noorah that made us believe he was a flight risk,” Smart wrote. “The deputy district attorney representing the state’s case against Abdulrahman Noorah expressed our objection of allowing a bail and house arrest to the presiding Judge.”

Fallon was crossing a busy Portland intersection on August 19, 2016, to meet up with her mother when Noorah allegedly hit her with his car, Overstreet said. The teenager did not survive the impact.

Noorah initially fled the scene but returned shortly afterward, Multnomah County Sheriff’s spokesman Lt. Chad Gaidos told CNN. Noorah was then arrested and charged with first-degree manslaughter.

Overstreet said neither Noorah nor his defense attorney disputed that he drove the vehicle that hit Fallon or that he was driving with a suspended license. But Overstreet said Noorah’s attorney claimed he was driving much slower than what law enforcement surveillance video shows. Noorah submitted a not guilty plea at his arraignment.

Noorah had turned his passport over to the Department of Homeland Security, Overstreet said, but authorities noted he was in the United States on a student visa. Gaidos said Noorah was attending Portland Community College on a scholarship when the hit-and-run happened. The Saudi government was supporting him with a small stipend each month, according to Overstreet.

Gaidos said the sheriff’s office in Multnomah County, which includes Portland, believed Noorah did not have strong ties to Oregon and recommended he be held without bail.

If Saudi hasnt already smuggled him out of the U.S., then I say it is time to track him down and let family have justice.

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