A Saudi prince was found guilty of murdering an aide at a London hotel in February. Prince Saud Abdulaziz Bin Nasser Al Saud, 34, was found guilty of murder in the killing of Bandar Abdulaziz.
The prince seemed to show no remorse, according to police accounts of the proceedings. He did not deny the killing, only saying that he did not intend to kill his servent. Witnesses speculated that the two men were lovers, but the prince denies this allegation.
Abdulaziz died after a beating left him with swelling and bruising of the brain and fractured ribs and neck. His face, ears and arms also had bite marks.
The prince will be sentenced Wednesday and is facing the maximum sentence of life in prison.