Look Which Powerful Billionaire Just Got Arrested – This Could Lead To Global War

In a stunning story, late on Saturday the Saudi press revealed that noticeable very rich person, individual from the imperial Saudi family has been arrested.

What’s more, one of the greatest investors of Citi, News Corp. furthermore alongside ten senior princes, and somewhere in the range of 38 minisers, have been captured for debasement and tax evasion charges.

The requests from the new anti-corruption advisory group headed by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, while Royal family’s private planes have been grounded.

Among those terminated and additionally captured are the head of National Royal Guards, Miteb Bin Abdullah, the Minister of Economy and Planning, Adel Fakeih, and Admiral Abdullah bin Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Sultan, the Commander of the Saudi Naval Forces.

Arabiya has the details:

Among those in prison and additionally people captured are Moteib Bin Abdullah, Minister of the National Guard, and Prince Khalid bin Ayyaf has been delegated as his substitution.

A moment Royal Order was issued to alleviate Minister of Economy and Planning, Adel al-Faqieh, from his obligations, and the arrangement of Mohammed Al Tuwaijri as Minister of Economy and Planning.

As Bloomberg notes, changing the leader of the National Guard, an organization that has been controlled by the family of the late King Abdullah, “is not like changing the minister of oil,” said Kamran Bokhari.

Also a senior investigator with Geopolitical Futures and a senior individual with the Center for Global Policy. “I wouldn’t be shocked if this prompts more noteworthy stories in the future and inside the royal family.”

King Salman likewise issued an announcement shaping an enemy to corruption advisory group headed by the crown.

Besides, there is theory that every single private flight and VIP takeoffs out of Saudi Arabia have been suspended immediately, like what happened following the last “gentle coup” in June.

That is when Prince Mohammed (MBS), 32, replaced his senior cousin, Muhammed bin Nayef, as crown sovereign in June, a move that expelled any uncertainty of how progress will unfold following the rule of King Salman, now 81.

This comes only a couple of months after President Trump visits the Middle East. You may recollect his effective sppech, asking Muslim pioneers to drive out the dirt and radicalism from their countries.

Source: ZeroHedge,conservativeflag.com

We Caught Him! Look Who’s Been Indicted For Causing National Epidemic — Thousands Are Dead

This week saw an announcement by the Trump administration concerning the United States’ opioid crisis. Many Americans suffer from addictions to powerful prescription drugs. Their addictions have cost the lives of thousands each year.

Trump meant what he said. His administration will be going after the root of this drug problem: criminal behavior within the medical industry and pharmaceuticals.

These people have exploited Americans, making themselves super rich.

Now it’s just been announced that the first head has been put on the chopping block, a man whose criminal behavior got people hooked on dangerous medications.

Medications they did not need.

From Town Hall:

U.S. prosecutors leveled charges Thursday against the billionaire founder of an opioid medication maker that has faced increasing scrutiny from authorities across the country over allegations of pushing prescriptions of powerful painkillers amid a drug epidemic that is claiming thousands of lives each year.

The fraud and racketeering case against Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor came the same day President Donald Trump declared the opioid crisis a nationwide public health emergency.

The case naming Kapoor follows indictments against the company’s former CEO and other executives and managers on allegations that they provided kickbacks to doctors to prescribe a potent opioid called Subsys.

In the new indictment, Kapoor, 74, of Phoenix, and the other defendants are accused of offering bribes to doctors to write large numbers of prescriptions for the fentanyl-based pain medication that is meant only for cancer patients with severe pain. Most of the people who received prescriptions did not have cancer.

The actions of these corrupt companies can be viewed as worse that street level drug dealers. Why? Because these were doctors prescribing drugs to patients. These patients didn’t know any better. They thought they were being taken care of by doctors who were trying to help. Instead, they were tricked into taking powerful pain killers.

These pain killers are extremely addictive. Patients took these pills–under doctors’ orders–only to get hooked. Then they would have to cope with cripple drug addiction for the rest of their lives. How evil.

But hey, Kapoor made billions, so I guess it’s okay.

It’s shocking to think that nobody’s done anything about this until now. The abuse of drug companies have been known for years. Yet previous administrations and lawmakers have done nothing.

Let’s hope this is the beginning of a positive change in our country.

Source: Town Hall,patriotjournal.com