Saturday, January 05, 2013

Saudi Sergeant Rapes 13 Year-Old Boy In Vegas

Mazen Alotaibi, a Saudi Air Force sergeant stationed in the US (although no-one seems to know definitively why), took a little trip to sin city for New Year's eve. I guess the 23-year-old, after living in the repressive Kingdom where most everything is forbidden, decided to indulge in some massive alcohol consumption. Hennessy, apparently. Staying at the Circus Circus hotel in Las Vegas, Alotaibi admittedly got stinking drunk. That's when the Saudi spied a young 13-year-old boy that took his fancy. So he grabbed the kid, dragged him into his room and sexually assaulted him.

The police arrived on the scene sometime before 9:30 a.m. on New Year's eve day after the young kid reported the rape. Denying it at first, Alotaibi eventually confessed telling the police he was drunk and forced himself on the boy after the kid refused to service him for money.

The report stated that the 23-year-old Saudi national told investigators that he had the boy perform oral sex on him 'for just a couple of seconds,' and then 'accidentally' raped him.

‘There was a kidnapping and sexual assault with force,’ Las Vegas police Lt. Dan McGrath said. ‘The victim said he was forced into the room and sexually assaulted. We have a strong case based on the evidence.'

The boy, who lives out of state, was staying at the hotel with his family, McGrath said. He was taken to a hospital for medical treatment and evidence collection and released later to family members.

How do you "accidentally" rape someone?

Oh, and there were three other males in the room smoking pot.

According to McGrath, Alotaibi claims he was stationed at Joint Base San Antonio/Lackland, but spokesman Brent Boller says he's stationed in Biloxi, Mississippi at Keesler Air Force Base. Boller wasn't sure if Alotaibi had ever been at Lackland, though foreign military often are assigned to Lackland to improve their English at the Defense Language Institute.

And it seems Alotaibi might be a rich kid- or the Saudi Arabian government takes good care of its citizens, even the perverts- because he quickly hired a California lawyer. Attorney Don Chairez said Alotaibi will plead not guilty.

And besides the kidnapping, raping a minor, and "felony coercion" charges, he's also facing a charge of:

... burglary, which in Nevada can stem from a person entering a building with intent to commit a felony.
He could face a nice long jail term, if he doesn't get shipped home. If he was home he'd face a flogging or death for being a homosexual. And though pederasty is commonplace in places like Afghanistan, these men don't consider themselves gay. So he'd probably get off scott free.

No bail for the miscreant here.

Source: Daily Mail

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