Saudi Man Remains in Missouri Jail Months After Posting Bond

Judge won't let loose a Missouri college student accused of paying his roommate to kill a bar owner.
0:33 | 06/05/13

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A judge in Missouri isn't budging in a murder for hire case involving a Saudi national. Suspect Ziad audit is accused of hiring his roommate back in September to kill bar owner -- -- After a first judge sat -- -- bail at two million dollars the Saudi government posted it. But another judge took over indicates and is refusing to free -- from prison while awaiting trial. Attorneys on both sides are in agreement that this violates the State's constitution. Of -- attorneys are asking a state appeals court to remove that judge from the case.

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