The Washington Post is not pleased with a recent move by the Biden Administration to grant immunity to Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. The administration decided it would shield Salman from any potential lawsuit he might face due to actions taken in the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. Khashoggi had been a reporter for the Washington Post before he was brutally murdered in Saudi Arabia at the behest of the government there. [tweet_embed]November 22, 2022[/tweet_embed] The publisher and CEO of the Washington Post released the following statement about the action by the administration: "In granting legal immunity to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, President Biden is failing to uphold America's most cherished values," He followed it up with this comment: "He is granting a license to kill to one of the world's most egregious human-rights abusers who is responsible for the cold-blooded murder of Jamal Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist." The Washington Post is extremely upset that one of its journalists was killed and that they aren't going to see any kind of justice for those actions. It is something no right-thinking person should feel is acceptable. [tweet_embed]November 22, 2022[/tweet_embed] The United States Department of State leadership signed a letter granting the crown prince immunity from potential lawsuits from Khashoggi's case. The Department insists that this is a common law practice that must be respected even in this highly sensitive matter. The letter wrapped up by suggesting that the U.S. Department of Justice: "Submit a suggestion of immunity to the district court." All this happened even after Joe Biden stated he wanted to see Saudi Arabia pay the price for Khashoggi's murder. He mentioned that in 2019 amid a debate. He basically said that to gain political mileage at the time. He stands for something different now that he's in the White House.