Body Language – Imprisoned Prince Al-Waleed of Kingdom Holding Company

Body Language - Prince Al-Waleed of Kingdom Holding Company

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GOMF3602
GOMF3602
3 years ago

Too bad he has Tourettes. The usual meds are pretty primitive antipsychotics that have a lot of side effects. The mouth thing might also be tardive dyskinesia, which might explain why he is not taking meds. I wouln’t be holding any bake sales for him though. Considering the royal familiy’s shady donations to the Clinton Foundation, the McCain Institute and others, would not be suprised if he is a bagman to the west. I think he is also the one who invited Kashoggi back to SA.

Cat
Cat
3 years ago

Yep… 100% Tourettes.
This is in my family and I actually feel a bit sorry for him.

MK
MK
3 years ago
Reply to  Cat

Sure, but he is a very very bad guy. I don’t want to know how many people died because of him.
I can’t feel sorry for people like him. I also can’t feel sorry for Hillary.

jimmer
jimmer
3 years ago

Tourettes, what, like this guy? (for entertainment purposes only and oh yeah, language alert. please don’t hate me)

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Mandy
Admin
3 years ago
Reply to  jimmer

:XD:

jimmer
jimmer
3 years ago
Reply to  Mandy

The next Simpsons or is he the 2020 DNC frontrunner?

Nonna
Nonna
3 years ago
Reply to  jimmer

The DNC could do quite well in 2020 with that guy, given their base these days.

GaryC
GaryC
3 years ago

Tourettes can be a bugger to control and the more one tries to control it the worse it can get. I worked with a guy who had Tourettes and certainly don’t wish it on anyone.

MK
MK
3 years ago

…while a gun is pointing at him from off camera.

He should get asked why he doesn’t simply fly to the US for a personal interview lol

Charles Harris
Charles Harris
3 years ago

He’s scared.
He wants to buy it all behind himself but he can’t.
The fear and memories are pervasive.

karen
3 years ago

It’s burt R.

BehaviorReflectsTheTruth
BehaviorReflectsTheTruth
3 years ago
Reply to  karen

That’s exactly what I thought!

C Samuel
C Samuel
3 years ago

Creutzfeld-Jakob disease?

BehaviorReflectsTheTruth
BehaviorReflectsTheTruth
3 years ago
Reply to  C Samuel

No. Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease progresses very quickly over a few months. These body movements were noticed more than a year ago. By now he wouldn’t even remember being imprisoned if he had CJ.