$5M Jet Suit Alleges 'Yearslong Scheme' To Duck Judgment

By Bryan Koenig (July 8, 2016, 3:45 PM EDT) -- The brother-in-law of the king of Jordan is still chasing a $28.8 million judgment against his former business partners, with a Delaware Chancery Court suit, unsealed Wednesday, seeking a $5 million jet, or its cash sale proceeds, which allegedly was purchased with hoarded U.S. government contract profits.

Mohammad Anwar Farid Al-Saleh, the brother-in-law of King Abdullah II of Jordan, alleges former business partners Harry Sargeant III and Mustafa Abu Naba'a have spent years trying to hide their assets from the judgment he won in Florida state court and that now totals more than $38 million in accumulated interest.

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