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Topic - Mazen Alotaibi
Sentencing is being postponed at least another month for a Saudi Arabian air force sergeant facing a mandatory minimum of 35 years in Nevada state prison for raping a 13-year-old California boy at a Las Vegas Strip hotel.
A new lawyer is poised to take the case of a Saudi Arabian air force sergeant facing a minimum of 35 years to life in Nevada state prison for raping a 13-year-old boy at a Las Vegas Strip hotel.
A Saudi Arabian air force sergeant got new lawyers Wednesday and a new court date at which he'll be sentenced to Nevada state prison for raping a 13-year-old California boy at a Las Vegas Strip hotel.
A Florida federal judge has dismissed terrorism support and conspiracy charges against a Muslim cleric accused along with his father of funneling cash to the Pakistani Taliban.
A sergeant in Saudi Arabia's air force was jailed in Las Vegas on charges that he pulled a boy into a hotel room and sexually assaulted him the morning of Sin City's big New Year's Eve fireworks extravaganza.
Mazen Alotaibi said nothing while Clark County District Court Judge Stefany Miley told prosecutors and his lawyers she was willing to postpone sentencing because he'll face a mandatory minimum of 35 years in state prison.