The expulsion of 21 Saudi pilots training at the Pensacola naval base may signal the beginning of a new attitude towards the desert kingdom, which soon may come under a scrutiny it has never felt from the United States. Buried deep in the massive $1.4 trillion spending bill signed on Dec. 20, 2019, is a provision requiring the declassification of all information detailing efforts undertaken by the Saudi government to help its citizens charged with crimes escape the U.S. The Saudi Fugitives Declassification Act gave the FBI director and the Director of National Intelligence 30 days to comply. More.
Saudi critics should revisit Sue Myrick's 'Wake Up America Agenda'