The new leader of Saudi Arabia apparently isn’t messing around with cleaning up his country.

A new report from the Daily Mail reveals that Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman has rounded up the nation’s most corrupted officials, and now he’s using any means necessary to extract information from them, including various forms of enhanced interrogation. At least 11 fellow princes and hundreds of corrupted businessmen and government officials have been detained as a result of the sweep, which Bin Salman says is a part of his effort to restore “moderate, open Islam” in the Saudi Kingdom.


From the Daily Mail:

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Saudi princes and billionaire businessmen arrested in a power grab earlier this month are being strung up by their feet and beaten by American private security contractors, a source in the country tells


The group of the country’s most powerful figures were arrested in a crackdown ordered by Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman three weeks ago as he ordered the detention of at least 11 fellow princes and hundreds of businessmen and government officials over claims of corruption.

Just last month, the Crown Prince vowed to restore ‘moderate, open Islam’ in the kingdom and relaxed a number of its ultra-conservative rules, including lifting a ban on women driving.

ADVERTISEMENT - STORY CONTINUES BELOW can disclose that the arrests have been followed by ‘interrogations’ which a source said were being carried out by ‘American mercenaries’ brought in to work for the 32-year-old crown prince, who is now the kingdom’s most powerful figure.

‘They are beating them, torturing them, slapping them, insulting them. They want to break them down,’ the source told

Included in the sweeping arrests was none other than Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal, one of the world’s richest man, a heavy “donor” to the now-struggling Clinton Foundation, and co-owner of the top floors of the Mandalay Bay Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas. We previously reported that bin Talal gave roughly $10 million to the Clintons since 2001, and he’s also been a very outspoken critic of President Trump, but now he’s been stripped of his wealth and is finally facing the music for his corruption.

“You are a disgrace not only to the GOP but to all America.

Withdraw from the U.S presidential race as you will never win.”

The Daily Mail reported:

Among those arrested on allegations of corruption is Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal, the Saudi King’s nephew who is worth more than $17bn according to Forbes, and owns stakes in Twitter, Lyft and Citigroup.’s source claims the crown prince lulled Alwaleed into a false sense of security, inviting him to a meeting at his Al Yamamah palace, then sent officers to arrest him the night before the meeting.

‘Suddenly at 2.45am all his guards were disarmed, the royal guards of MBS storm in,’ said the source.

‘He’s dragged from his own bedroom in his pajamas, handcuffed, put in the back of an SUV, and interrogated like a criminal.

‘They hung them upside down, just to send a message.

‘They told them that “we’ve made your charges public, the world knows that you’ve been arrested on these charges.”‘

It’s worth noting that when reached for comment, the “American mercenaries” identified by the Daily Mail denied any involvement with the arrests, and insisted they don’t perform interrogations privately for anyone, including foreign governments.

A spokesperson for Constellis, Academi’s parent company, denied the claims.

The spokesperson told that it has no presence in Saudi Arabia and does not carry out interrogations.

‘Constellis through Academi does not now or have we ever provided interrogative services,’ they said.

‘We do not provide security services in KSA (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia), we have no contact or connection with any government official or private party regarding this allegation.’

The spokesman further stated the company “has no presence in KSA. We do not have interrogators, nor do we provide any interrogators, advisors or other similar services.”

Take from this what you will, but it sounds as if the era of corruption in Saudi Arabia is finally coming to an end, and while the former leaders of the country were in bed with the Democrats in America, Bin Salman and his government are aligned with President Trump. That alone should speak volumes to anyone concerned with draining the global swamp.

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