Saudis Said to Use Coercion and Abuse to Seize Billions

Businessmen once considered giants of the Saudi economy now wear ankle bracelets that track their movements. Princes who led military forces and appeared in glossy magazines are monitored by guards they do not command. Families who flew on private jets cannot gain access to their bank accounts. Even wives and children have been forbidden to travel.

Monday, March 12, 2018
The New York Times
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Middle East
Author Info: Mark Mazzetti, Ben Hubbard, David Kirkpatrick, Kate Kelly
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Businessmen once considered giants of the Saudi economy now wear ankle bracelets that track their movements. Princes who led military forces and appeared in glossy magazines are monitored by guards they do not command. Families who flew on private jets cannot gain access to their bank accounts. Even wives and children have been forbidden to travel.
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