Senator asks White House for answers to help bring alleged killer back to the US

The Saudi government is believed to have helped a student accused of killing a Portland teenager escape back to Saudi Arabia.
1:56 | 01/02/19

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Transcript for Senator asks White House for answers to help bring alleged killer back to the US
Developments in the criminal case involving an exchange student from Saudi Arabia. One lawmaker is demanding that the trump administration moved to bring that student to justice here's ABC's Stephanie Ramo. An organ senator is now asking the trump administration for answers in August 2016. Fifteen year old talent Smart was crossing the street when she was hit by Norris speeding car her mother just a few feet away. Didn't help them. No rot was later accused of manslaughter his passport confiscated while awaiting trial. He put on house arrest after the Saudi government reportedly paid a portion of his bond but federal investigators say in June 2017. Nor a cut off his ankle monitor bracelet and jumped into this waiting black as QB captured by surveillance. The Oregonian newspaper reports the feds believe nor out left to the US a private plane. With an. The US marshal's office held ABC news they believe Nora is still there. You know recent letter addressed to the trump administration senator Ron Wyden of Oregon demands answers writing these are shocking claims in any event. People with the barbaric murder of US resident jamarcus so keep. They suggest -- recent pattern of disregard for the law and abusive diplomatic privileges. Adding these claims must be thoroughly investigate it. Senator Wyden has given the administration until the end of January to respond the Smart family attorney tonight is thinking winded for his efforts and that also hold those who helps Nora escape responsible. The Saudi embassy here in DC has not commented. John Stephanie Ramos thank you.

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