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Friday, January 17, 2020

Art imitates Life, Edie Falco plays LA's first female police chief in 'Tommy' while Bernadette DiPino is first female police chief in Sarasota


Art imitates Life, Edie Falco plays LA's first female police chief in 'Tommy' while Bernadette DiPino is first female police chief in Sarasota. Tony Sopranos mob wife Carmela to play Los Angeles first female police chief in "Tommy". Edie Falco is such a New Yorker that Tommy, the new CBS series in which she plays Los Angeles' first female police chief, is shot in Queens. "I started to wonder after a while where we were. We had a truck with our palm trees [inside]. We'd stop in front of a bodega, take out our palm trees," she told reporters at the drama's Television Critics Association winter press tour presentation in Pasadena on Sunday morning. Falco's character in the series, Tommy, is also from New York, and while her hometown is one of Tommy's defining characteristics, it's not necessarily the most challenging thing she has to navigate on the job. WHILE IN SARASOTA FL, Bernadette DiPino is an law enforcement officer who is serving as the Chief of Police in Sarasota, Florida. DiPino is the first woman to hold the position of chief of police of the Sarasota Police Department. Previously DiPino held the position of chief of police in Ocean City, Maryland from 2003 until 2009.
 
In photo above Chief Bernadette DiPino speaks to members of the Police Citizens Academy in Sarasota Fl. A Recent Graduate of the Highly Recommended Sarasota Police Dept Citizens Academy is Me, Bill Warner. The 12 week program was highly informative on how the Sarasota Police Dept works to insure the safety of the residents of Sarasota. Participants take part training in defensive tactics, traffic stops, K-9, drug awareness, firearms, marine patrol and many other units. The Citizen’s Police Academy meets once-a-week, for 10 to 12 weeks, on Tuesdays from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. at the Sarasota Police Department Headquarters, 2099 Adams Lane, Sarasota.

 
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota 941-926-1926 - SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.billwarnerpi.com/

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Hell Yeah, Florida Justices say felons can register to vote only after paying court costs and restitution I was a victim and I made the Felon pay!

The Florida Supreme Court ruled Thursday it is fair that convicted felons in Florida must pay off all fines, fees and restitution associated with their sentencing before having their right to vote restored, siding with Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) and the Republican legislature. “The Governor asks whether the phrase “all terms of sentence” encompasses legal financial obligations (LFOs)—fines, restitution, costs, and fees—ordered by the sentencing court,” the court wrote. “We answer in the affirmative, concluding that ‘all terms of sentence’ encompasses not just durational periods but also all LFOs imposed in conjunction with an adjudication of guilt.” PAY UP FLORIDA FELONS, YOU STOLE FROM US NOW TIME FOR PAYBACK!
Hell Yeah, Florida Justices say felons can register to vote only after paying court costs and restitution I was a victim and I made the Felon pay! Christmas Eve, they broke into my house on Christmas Eve. I was a victim of dirtbag druggies who burglarized my home in Panama City Fl on Christmas eve while I was in Sarasota, hell yeah these scumbag criminals need to pay all court costs and restitution. SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE WRITES: The Florida Supreme Court sides with Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Republican-led Legislature in wide-ranging Amendment 4 fight.TALLAHASSEE – The Florida Supreme Court sided with Gov. Ron DeSantis and the Republican-led Legislature Thursday in a wide-ranging battle over restoring voting rights to 1.4 million Floridians with felony convictions.

PAY UP FLORIDA FELONS, YOU STOLE FROM US NOW TIME FOR PAYBACK! In an opinion sought by the GOP governor, justices said that completing “all terms of sentence” means these felons must pay court-ordered fees, fines and restitution before regaining their voting rights in the nation’s biggest presidential toss-up state. The Legislature last year set this requirement in implementing a constitutional amendment approved by voters in 2018 which allowed for restoration of felons’ voting rights after they “complete all terms of their sentence, including parole and probation.” Amendment 4 was aimed at eliminating Florida’s more than 150-year old prohibition on felons registering to vote. The number of disenfranchised Floridians tops that of any state, and critics condemn the financial requirement as similar to the segregation-era poll tax used to keep minority voters from casting ballots.
STEVEN E. RUTH ARRESTED 01/03/1995 BURGLARY OF STRUCTURE WAINWRIGHT AVE PANAMA CITY FL VICTIM BILL WARNER, MY FIRST FELONY CASE. My house in Panama City was burglarized late on Christmas Eve, December 24th, 1994, while I was away at my parents house in the Meadows in Sarasota Fl. I returned to my house on December 25th to a real mess, all my electronic equipment, cameras, TV, stereo and speakers were taken, the dirtball thugs broke through my bedroom window and trashed the house. The gang's leader was Steven E. Ruth, DOB 11/02/1965, who kinda had a 'Charles Manson Look Going On'. I tracked down my TV to a Pawn Shop in Panama City and got the name of the person who pawned the TV from the clerk, with a copy of the perp's driver license, all this on a Christmas weekend when most everything in Panama City had been shut down. Just recently I saw a Nancy Grace episode of her new show explaining as to why she got into the crime fighting business, and it kind of hit home, she discussed what it felt like to be a victim, like I was.
I had contacted the Panama City Police Dept (PCPD) immediately on returning to my house on December 25th, 1994 and filed the complaint for the burglary. Over the next 5 days the Panama City Police detective assigned to the case worked closely with me on finding the dirtbag thieves who ransacked my house, at the time I did not have my private investigators license but would not give up on finding the dirtball thieves. Eventually the burglary crew was found hiding out in a motel on West 19th Street in Panama City, the leader of the gang Steven E. Ruth, DOB 11/02/1965, was convicted of Burglary, Dealing in Stolen Property and Cocaine Possession and it was all shown on WJHG TV-7 NBC Panama City Beach Fl in a 3 part story by news reporter Bobby Ray Cardwell. I went to all Steven E. Ruth's Bay County Court appearances and made it part of of his Felony probation stipulations that he had to reimburse me for any and all damages and the return of all my possessions. Steven R. Ruth had to pay me a total of $2,360.90 as per Bay County Judge Dedee Costello's Order on 3/22/1995, he made the last payment of $1,360.80 to finally get off Felony probation in 1997, see copy of check above that I got from the Department of Corrections, real payback is a bitch. Later in 1995 I set up my private detective agency with the State of Florida and obtained my private investigators license in Panama City Fl. I liked working the Felony burglary case to prove crime does not pay in 1995, this is why I continue to get involved today:
1). STEVEN EDWARD RUTH DOB 11/92/1965 BURGLARY OF A STRUCTURE FELONY ADJUDICATED GUILTY 01/12/1995
2). STEVEN EDWARD RUTH DOB 11/92/1965 DEALING IN STOLEN PROPERTY FELONY ADJUDICATED GUILTY 01/12/1995
3). STEVEN EDWARD RUTH DOB 11/92/1965 POSSESSION OF COCAINE (89313 6a) FELONY, ADJUDICATED GUILTY 01/12/1995.
 

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Sunday, January 12, 2020

Homeowners Block Access to Beach Goers With Ropes and Barricades in Seaside, Anna Maria Isle, Siesta Key and Summerplace Who Owns the Beach?

UPDATED THURSDAY JAN 16, 20202...Homeowners Block Access to Beach Goers With Ropes and Barricades in Seaside, Anna Maria Isle, Siesta Key and Summerplace Who Owns the Beach? Well, in Siesta Key Fl when the Olson family purchased their home it included the beach, all 106 linear feet of it. SUN SENTINEL NEWS WRITE: The beaches of the Emerald Coast, in Walton County in the Panhandle, are Florida at its best. Then you see Florida at its bureaucratic worst. Signs, planted in the white sand. Big, bold, obnoxious signs, threatening to arrest you simply for walking on the beach. “Posted: private property,” a sign says. “Violators will be prosecuted," another says. A third heralds the presence of Big Brother: "Security cameras in use. All beach activities are being recorded.” A sense of bliss is ruined, thanks to the Florida legislature and former Gov. Rick Scott, who a year ago enacted a law, House Bill 631, supposedly codifying a centuries-old doctrine known as customary use that makes dry sand accessible to the public. “This customary use doctrine has always contemplated that you go to court and ask the judge to authorize you to do that … All the bill does is say, look, we need to create a process so that we don’t have chaos.”
Walton County, Sarasota County, Manatee County and Indian River County are just a few of the places in Florida where homeowners have blocked access to the beach in front of their deeded property. In 2018 Gov. Rick Scott signed a law that allows private property owners in some areas to restrict public beach access to the "wet" sand. The law — sponsored by state Rep. Katie Edwards-Walpole, D-Plantation — prevents local governments from passing ordinances that let people keep using beaches in front of private beach homes, beaches they may have been using for years. To continue visiting such beaches, residents and tourists would have to hire an attorney, sue the landowners and get a judge to agree the public has customarily used the beach for years. Since signing this mean law, Gov. Scott, has had a change of heart. In July 2018, he signed an executive order blocking state agencies from enforcing it. Directing state agencies “not to adopt any rule restricting public access to a beach," including telling prosecutors not to charge anyone with violating the law he had signed. Backed by more than two dozen law firms, hundreds of beachfront homeowners, some under the name Florida Coastal Property Rights, intervened on the opposite side. They argue that customary use is an illegal taking of private property without just compensation. The case is before Circuit Judge David Green in DeFuniak Springs Fl.
  photo credit screenshot SARASOTA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER PUBLIC RECORDS
But back in Siesta Key the local media, ABC7, Herald Tribune, and SNN are vilifying Michelle and Greg Olson who purchased their beach home at 3935 Shell Rd Siesta Key Fl two years ago. According to the Sarasota County Property Appraiser the sale consisted of all the land as indicated by Sarasota County records (see photo above), a boat dock (into Gulf of Mexico) and 116 feet of beach to the wet sand, as per LINE OF SAID LOT 4 A DISTANCE OF 116 FT M/L TO SHORES OF BIG SARASOTA PASS LINE OF SAID SHORES. 
The Sun Sentinel news suggested to continue visiting such beaches, residents and tourists would have to hire an attorney, sue the landowners and get a judge to agree the public has customarily used the beach for years. Michelle and Greg Olson have had problems with beach goers parking in front of their driveway, throwing trash on their beach and during the dark the 'Nightcrawlers' come out with alcohol and drug fueled parties on their beach. "Would the average homeowner tolerate drunks and druggies partying and peeing on his front lawn at night, I doubt it". See link to Sarasota County Property Appraiser map for 3935 N. Shell Rd, https://ags3.scgov.net/scpa/?esearch=0078030024&slayer=0
WFLA WRITES: The public owns the coastline, all over Florida!” said Siesta Key resident Barbara Stephens. “I want them to take these signs down, take these ropes down.” “It’s a wonderful gift that is given to the people in the state that we should have access to,” said Siesta Key beach goer Jim Skinner.
      photo credit security footage provided by Michelle Olson.
ON THE OTHER HAND: "The Olson's began to feel harassed, they couldn’t use their own property…Michelle Olson was very fearful,” said Catherine Luckner with the Siesta Key Association. Luckner says the Olson's  has had it with criminals and drug users behind her home. So she did what she was legally allowed to do. 'SHELL BEACH' the smallest Siesta Key Public Beach Access #1 at the end of N. Shell Rd is not in question. Obviously Access #1 is open to the public if you can find a place to park on the narrow street, only 8 parking spaces of which at least 2 are for handicapped only. 

But this location of Public Beach Access #1 situated right next to the property line of Michelle and Greg Olson has created a monumental no-win problem for the Olson's and the Media continues to stir the pot targeting the Olson's. Unknowing and unwittingly tourists and local beach goers at first sight would consider Public Beach Access #1 and the Olson's beach one and the same, it is not. The area marked in red in property appraiser's photo at top of this article is the private property and the private beach owned by the Olson's that has been in question, see link to Sarasota County Property Appraiser map for 3935 N. Shell Rd, https://ags3.scgov.net/scpa/?esearch=0078030024&slayer=0

        photo credit screenshot SARASOTA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER PUBLIC RECORDS
SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE WRITES:
Private property owners cannot block access to public beach property, a Sarasota County government official said. A barricade attempting to block public beach access at 3935 Shell Road in Siesta Key is stirring up trouble. Visitors to the public beach on Shell Road are finding boulders and ropes blocking off part of the beach and a sign that reads, “No trespassing.” Christina Holmes, a resident of Sarasota County who’s been frequenting N. Shell Road Beach for decades, said it’s the first time anyone has tried to prevent access on her favorite beach.
     photo credit Sarasota County Historical Resources In 1907 Harry Higel formed the Siesta Land Company with two partners, Capt. Louis Roberts and E.M. Arbogast and sold lots on Siesta Key Fl. At the time it was conceived and platted in 1907 the only access to Siesta Key was by boat from Sarasota, that is why every person who purchased a lot on Siesta Key also purchased the beach in front of their home so they could dock their boat, no bridge from Sarasota until July 1917. This platting of lots on Siesta Key has not changed since 1907, buy a lot you get a beach, case closed.


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Thursday, January 09, 2020

Muslim Used Car Dealers Ali Kourani and Ali Hassan Hammoud Laundered Cartel Drug Money for Hezbollah and Iran Boss Qasem Soleimani, The Cars Were the Cash

Muslim Used Car Dealers Ali Kourani and Ali Hassan Hammoud Laundered Cartel Drug Money for Hezbollah and Iran Boss Qasem Soleimani The Cars Were the Cash. Drug kingpins in Lebanon have been working in concert with Mexican Cartels to funnel money into the US, according to a complaint filed by the US Attorney in New York’s Southern District, and that money has been used to buy used cars from 30 dealerships across the country. Those vehicles were shipped to West Africa where they were sold for cash, and the profits from those sales, according to the US attorney’s complaint, went to support the terrorist organization Hezbollah. “We’re interviewing the different car dealership owners,” said DEA Special Agent Derek Maltz, who spoke to ABC’s Brian Ross. 
The Hezbollah operation that best demonstrates the sophistication of its connections to transnational organized crime is the network run by Ayman Joumaa, a Lebanese national who leads a global money laundering and drug trafficking organization. According to OFAC, which announced sanctions on Joumaa in January 2011, Ayman Joumaa would coordinate the shipments and sale of cocaine in Latin America before moving the funds through a Lebanese exchange house. Ultimately, he allegedly laundered the money through several used car dealerships and corporate entities that he controlled in Benin and Congo. OFAC claimed that the scheme generated more than $200 million in profits every month. Over eight years, agents working out of a top-secret DEA facility in Chantilly, Virginia, used wiretaps, undercover operations and informants to map Hezbollah’s illicit networks, with the help of 30 U.S. and foreign security agencies. They followed cocaine shipments, some from Latin America to West Africa and on to Europe and the Middle East, and others through Venezuela and Mexico to the United States. They tracked the river of dirty cash as it was laundered by, among other tactics, buying American used cars and shipping them to Africa. And with the help of some key cooperating witnesses, the agents traced the conspiracy, they believed, to the innermost circle of Hezbollah and its state sponsors in Iran, boss man Qasem Soleimani.

NINE YEARS AGO I TOLD YOU: December 11th, 2011...DEA Complaint Names 30 Muslim Used Car Dealers In the USA Who Laundered Millions in Drug Money For Hezbollah By Sending Cars to West Africa, Since March of 2004, I was aware of the “cars are the cash scam“ whereby Muslim used car dealers in the USA were buying vehicles with drug money and sending the used cars to West Africa (Nigeria), Dubai UAE and Jeddah Saudi Arabia for resale.  

The drug money was supplied by Hezbollah. Federal law enforcement officers with the Bureau of Immigration Customs Enforcement (ICE), U.S. Secret Service and Federal Officers at the Port of Tampa, all started investigations into the “cars are the cash scam“, all were shut down by the FBI who took over the investigations when it appeared to be a support of terrorism case. The current “Civil Complaint” filed against the 30 Muslim used car dealers in the USA, charged with laundering money for the terrorist group Hezbollah, is a DEA Action as per DEA Special Agent Christopher Miller. TAMPA WFLA NEWS CHANNEL 8 REPORT WITH PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR BILL WARNER Used cars were purchased at auction in the Tampa area with drug money supplied by the terrorist organization Hezbollah.

Muslim Used Car Dealer Ali Hassan Hammoud, a native of Lebanon who lives in Miramar, was arrested Friday July 24th 2008 at Miami International Airport by FBI agents arrest as he was attempting to fly to Beirut. Ali Hassan Hammoud was a Hezbollah undercover agent. Muslim used car dealer Ali Hassan Hammoud was able to steal $5.7 Million from the State of Florida and wire transferred at least $3 Million to Beirut Lebanon (can you say "Hezbollah"). The State sent money intended for Anderson Columbia Co. Inc. to an account Hammoud had opened at Regions Bank in Miami in the name of the Lake City-based contractor, FBI Special Agent Zachary Coates wrote in a sworn statement. The State made four electronic cash transfers totaling about $5.7 million to the bogus account July 21-22, according to statements. About $3.8 million was transferred to a second Regions account Hammoud opened in the name of Zamaiss Import Export Inc. (used car export) and then withdrawn through a variety of means including international wire transfers, all during the same two days. That left a negative balance of $1,405 in the Zamaiss account. Hezbollah has been involved in the stolen car racket to support terrorism for years, Hezbollah theft rings have stolen luxury cars in Canada and sent them to Lebanon for use by senior Hezbollah officials.
Veterans Accuse Banks of Funding Iran Gen Qasem Soleimani Quds Force & Hezbollah Special Group Criminals in Karbala Raid with Drug and Used Car Sales. WSJ….More than 200 veterans and their families filed a lawsuit accusing six major banks of helping Iran move tens of millions of dollars to groups targeting U.S. soldiers in Iraq during the war. Monday’s lawsuit, 11/10/2014, alleges that banks ignored the risk that some of the billions of dollars they helped Iran secretly funnel through the U.S. financial system would wind up in the hands of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards Corps and its proxies that orchestrated attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq. The banks— HSBC Holdings PLC, Barclays PLC, Standard Chartered PLC, Royal Bank of Scotland PLC and Credit Suisse Group —declined to comment on the lawsuit.

A New York federal court convicted Hezbollah operative Ali Kourani on eight counts of terrorism. The case illustrates how Hezbollah tasks its recruits with gaining American citizenship legally, rather than relying on forged passports to help them enter the U.S. Ali Kourani became a naturalized U.S. citizen in 2009, and only afterward began to identify and scout targets for potential terror attacks. Court documents show that Kourani’s handler would not task him operationally until Kourani received his citizenship so as not to put the naturalization process in jeopardy. Ali Kourani conducted physical surveillance on multiple U.S. government buildings in New York, including the FBI’s New York offices, an Army National Guard facility, an Army armory, and a U.S. Secret Service facility. Hezbollah also tasked Ali Kourani with identifying former Israeli military personnel living in New York as potential targets for attacks to avenge the February 2008 killing of Hezbollah commander and terror mastermind, Imad Mughniyeh. Perhaps most chillingly, Kourani was tasked with intelligence gathering on the security protocols at New York’s John F. Kennedy’s international airport. As detailed in court documents, the surveillance would have enabled Hezbollah to learn the layout of terminals, the locations of surveillance cameras and security personnel, as well as baggage screening and collection practices. Ali Kourani also scouted targets abroad, including similar surveillance at another unnamed airport; those plots may be ongoing despite his arrest.
The Ali Kourani case also opens a window into Hezbollah’s malign activities other than planned attacks. Court documents name numerous U.S.-based individuals and entities potentially involved in a variety of criminal activities linked to terror finance and money laundering. Notably, Ali Kourani was involved with a business in Dearborn, Michigan that sold used cars to Benin, in West Africa; it is possibly one of 300 such dealerships implicated in the 2011 case prosecutors brought against Ayman Joumaa and the Lebanese-Canadian Bank. The scheme laundered a reported $200 million a month for the benefit of Colombian and Mexican drug cartels. Evidence showed that Hezbollah leveraged U.S.-based used car dealerships to launder the drug revenues by exporting vehicles to West Africa. But law enforcement actions taken against the bank’s network affected only 30 businesses due to lack of interagency cooperation. The others may still be active. The Ali Kourani case is one of two high-profile cases against Hezbollah operatives currently under prosecution in New York. The second case, involving Samer El-Debek, is still pending. El-Debek, arrested like Ali Kourani in 2017, is being charged with being a Hezbollah explosives expert tasked with a terror operation in Central America.

Moussa Ali Hamdan's Muslim Mafia in NY and Philly Runs Cars For Hezbollah to Lebanon via Syria, Same Scam Has Been Run Out Of Tampa Since June 2002. Four Men Part of NY Muslim Mafia Indicted for Conspiring to Support Hezballoh, Hassan Hodroj, Dib Hani Harb, Moussa Ali Hamdan and Hasan Antar Karaki shipped stolen cars to the Middle East for resale with huge profits, Moussa Ali Hamdan is from Brooklyn NY. The indictments link Hezbollah to a wide array of crimes, ranging from counterfeiting U.S. currency and money laundering to fencing stolen cars.
TOLEDO CAR DEALER WASSIM MAZLOUM USED HIS CAR BUSINESS AS COVER FOR TERROR PLOT IN IRAQ.
TOLEDO TERROR TRIAL FOR MUSLIM USED CAR DEALER WASSIM MAZLOUM AND HIS CREW SHIPPED CARS TO MIDDLE EAST FOR HEZBOLLAH. Mohammad Zaki Amawi, 28, of 4 Chelmsley Ct., Marwan Othman El-Hindi, 45, of 3524 Mayo St., and Wassim I. Mazloum, 26, of 5526 Grey Drive, Sylvania, were charged with conspiring to kill or injure people in the Middle East and with providing the “support and resources” to do so. Cars used as cover; Mr. Mazloum said that “he could use his business, buying and selling automobiles, as a cover for traveling in and out of Iraq.” State records show Mr. Mazloum registered two car dealerships — City Auto Sales on North Reynolds, south of Bancroft Street, and Ram Auto Sales on Monroe Street, west of Douglas Road. According to the government, the men became versed in terror attacks through videos and “jihadist” Web sites and sought to acquire powerful explosives. One of them talked about financing the operation by creating a dummy nonprofit organization, authorities said. Mr. Amawi is a Jordanian citizen who was living in Toledo; Mr. El-Hindi was a naturalized U.S. citizen born in Jordan who was living in Toledo, and Mr. Mazloum is from Lebanon but a legal permanent resident of the United States.Their citizenship and religion — each is Muslim — again put the focus back on a community still living with the fallout from the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. Wassim Mazloum, a 24-year-old legal U.S. resident had operated a car business with his brother in Toledo after entering the United States from Lebanon.

WASSIM MAZLOUM OWNS TWO USED CAR LOTS IN TOLEDO, "CITY AUTO SALES & RAM AUTO SALES", HE AND 2 OTHERS WERE GOING TO ASSIST IRAQI TERRORISTS TO KILL U.S. SOLDIERS, Indictment: United States of America v. Mohammad Zaki Amawi ...I have written extensively on the the untold number of terrorism cases where one of the chief terrorist perpetrators (al-Qaida) owned a used car lot, this has happened numerous times in the USA, the UK, Morocco, Japan, Bali, Saudi Arabia and Hamburg GR (Mohamed Atta). The three Toledo men accused of terrorism activities were not manipulated by a government informant and instead were planning acts for a holy war, a federal prosecutor told jurors yesterday in U.S. District Court in Toledo. Gregg Sofer, a U.S. Justice Department attorney, said in his closing argument that the defendants - Mohammad Amawi, Marwan El-Hindi, and Wassim Mazloum - were enthusiastic participants in forming a terror cell to wage war against American soldiers in Iraq. The trial for Mr. Amawi, 28; Mr. El-Hindi, 45, and Mr. Mazloum, 26, on terrorism-related charges moved into its final phase as jurors listened to more than 7 1/2 hours of closing arguments. The jury, which includes 12 trial jurors and three alternates, also was given instructions from Judge James Carr on applying the law to the evidence and testimony that they have heard since the trial began on April 1.

The bulk of the day was taken up by arguments from Mr. Sofer, who replayed excerpts of audio and visual recordings secretly taped by Darren Griffin, the government's paid informant and a key witness in the trial. Mr. Sofer said they could have walked away from the informant at anytime or refused to take his calls, but instead they continued to meet face to face with him for the purpose of training sessions for "violent jihad." Up next are the final 2 members of this terror crew the radical cousins Zubair A. Ahmed, age 27, who had resided at 3504 Green Bay Road, Apartment 309C, North Chicago, Illinois, and his cousin, Khaleel Ahmed, age 26, resides at 4501 N. Keystone Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Both are U.S. citizens. The father of Zubair A. Ahmed had given $50,000 to Co-Conspirator A to prevent the two cousins from getting involved in violent jihad, the father of Zubair A. Ahmed appears to have been very affluent and against the terror plot, Zubair is an only son.
On or about February 21, 2006, ZUBAIR and KHALEEL communicated by
telephone
. ZUBAIR advised KHALEEL, in part and in substance, that he had heard a radio report of the arrest of Separately Indicted Co-Conspirator A, and others (the 3 on trial above). ZUBAIR told KHALEEL, in part and in substance, that Separately Indicted Co-Conspirator A could have gotten them in big trouble. ZUBAIR stated, in part and in substance, that Separately Indicted Co-Conspirator A was a hypocrite because he took $50,000 from Zubair's father to prevent them from engaging in violent jihad. ZUBAIR stated, in part and in substance, that a true Muslim would not have helped ZUBAIR's father. KHALEEL asked, and ZUBAIR confirmed, that the 3 arrested individuals were the same people they had met at the convention in Cleveland, Ohio, in July 2004 and were from Toledo.


MUSLIM USED CAR SCAM IS THE NEW UPDATED VERSION OF THE HAWALA MONEY TRANSFER, THE CARS ARE THE CASH NOW FOR HEZBOLLAH; VEHICLES SENT TO THE DUBAI USED CAR RACKET FROM THE USA ARE FUNDING TERRORISM AROUND THE WORLD. From various USA cities used car dealers ship used and or stolen vehicles to Sea Ports in Jeddah Saudi Arabia, Dubai UAE and Aqaba Jordan for re-birthing with new papers, resale and or re-exporting. Just for example, a used car dealer in Tampa Fl would arrange with a vehicle forwarding agent in Georgia to send 5 to 7 vehicles a month to the JAX-Port in Jacksonville were the cars would be sent by rail to Savanah GA for transfer to a shipping line container ship bound for Jeddah SA or Dubai and then into Iraq.
Such a shipment would cost $1,200 per vehicle, but since a late model Lexus SUV would bring 2 times the retail when sold in the Middle East (Iraq) as compared to the USA, the profit margin is huge, especially if the car had been stolen, do the math. Transactions such as this help support the funding of terrorist operations in Iraq. Also see further examples and details on the used car racket funding terrorism here and here and here and here and here and here and here.

Recent history has demonstrated that there are few religious-ideological barriers in the world of international terrorism. The secular Ba'athist regime in Syria works closely with Hezbollah, as a secular Ba'athist regime in Iraq has developed ties to al-Qaeda. It would be a mistake to assume that Islamist international terror groups are driven primarily by the religious associations with radical Sunni or radical Shiite Islam. These groups have their own geopolitical interests in bridging this great Islamic divide - particularly their antipathy for the United States and its allies.


Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota 941-926-1926 - SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.billwarnerpi.com/

Tuesday, January 07, 2020

Honor Killer Yaser Said Murdered His Teenage Daughters Amina & Sarah 12 Years Ago and Remains On The Run


Yaser Abdel Said 12 Years on the Run Since Murder of Daughters Amina and Sarah Said on January 1st 2008 Irving Texas Help, help, my dad shot me..."The call to 911 was routed to the Irving Police Department at 7:35 p.m. on January 1st, 2008. The cell phone caught a girl's gasping voice. Someone helped Yaser Said escape the Dallas area after he shot and killed his daughters Amina and Sarah Said at point blank range, one in the passenger seat and the other in the back seat of his rented taxi, see photo above of taxi in his driveway. By the time mother, Tissie, and the son Islam arrived at the Irving Police Department, the mystery of the 911 call had been solved. A cab driver had pulled into the taxi queue at the Omni Mandalay Hotel in Las Colinas at about 8:30 p.m. When the cab in front of him didn't move, the driver looked inside. No driver, just two blood-soaked young women sprawled across the seats, Amina in front and Sarah in back.

Honor Killer Yaser Said Murdered His Teenage Daughters Amina & Sarah 12 Years Ago and Remains On The Run. On January 1, 2008, Yaser Said lured his teenage daughters Amina and Sarash into his taxi cab on the pretense of taking them out to eat, and fatally shot them in the cab. Said has escaped police capture, and remains at large. TV program Law and Order Special Victims Unit episode "Honor" air date was October 27 2000. The second episode of the season "Honor," was based on misogynistic "honor killings" used to punish young Muslim women for adultery, having sex out of marriage. The vicious assault of an Afghan diplomat's daughter uncovers clues that may suggest Muslim traditions justify 'honor killings' when the child defies the wishes of their parents or their culture. So did Yaser Said.
Interpol's Most Wanted American is Yaser Abdel Said Who Murdered His 2 Daughters in Texas. Yaser Abdel Said, 62, an Egyptian native, has dark (receding) hair, likely a mustache, and dark complexion. Yaser Said often wears sunglasses, day and night, and has been employed as a cab driver.
Yaser Said allegedly murdered his two daughters in Texas because they refused to conform to behavioral norms expected of women in traditional Egyptian families. Yaser Said smokes Marlboro Light cigarettes and likes German Shepherd dogs; he may be sheltered by an Egyptian community in a major city (Cairo). He is considered armed and dangerous; there is a $100,000 reward associated with his arrest.
FBI Most Wanted Honor Killer Yaser Said loves dogs, especially tan- and black-colored German Shepherds, he always has a tan- and black-colored German Shepherd dog with him.
FBI Most Wanted honor Killer Yaser Said always wears sunglasses, he always wears a watch on his left wrist and he chain smokes Marlboro Lights 100’s and always wears soft shell sneakers. Photo of FBI Most Wanted Honor Killer ‘Yaser Abdel Said’ Surfaces on Facebook in Cairo Egypt, see photo above retrieved from the Facebook Page of Yaser Said’s nephew, Yousef, in Cairo Egypt. Yousef is the direct blood relative (nephew) of ‘Honor Killer’ Yaser Said, he is the young man in the middle with the American flag shirt.

Egyptian-born Yaser Said fled his Texas home January 1st 2008 after shooting daughters Aminia, 18, and Sarah, 17, in an horrific 'honor killing' on New Year's Day. Yaser Said is now one of the FBI's 10 most wanted criminals. I, private detective Bill Warner, have been tracking Yaser Said on behalf of the murdered girls' great aunt in Attica KS and believe he left the United States for Cairo after taking refuge with family members in the metro New York City area working as a cabbie for several years. All of Yaser’s 3 younger brothers believed Yaser Said was justified to murder his daughters who were having sex with non-Muslim boys, the brothers all have homes in the greater Dallas-Fort Worth area and one has a part time location in the New York Metro area. Yaser Said's sister, Ghada Said, is also a fugitive from justice on the run in Cairo after kidnapping her two children in a custody battle, she would cover for Yaser Said.


Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota 941-926-1926 - SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.billwarnerpi.com/

Saturday, January 04, 2020

HERALD TRIBUNE: Siesta Key homeowners blocking beach access from N. Shell Rd but a check with Property Appraiser indicates the Olson's own the beach


     photo credit screenshot SARASOTA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER PUBLIC RECORDS
UPDATED THURSDAY JAN 16, 2020...The foolish Media is driving this non-issue, the media goofs need to check with the Sarasota County Property Appraiser as to where property lines are, Olson's own the beach, case closed. Can't stand Fake News and this is really the case here. HERALD TRIBUNE SAYS: Siesta Key homeowners blocking public beach access from 3935 N. Shell Rd. But I checked with PUBLIC RECORDS of the Sarasota County Property Appraiser online and the Appraiser's office information indicates the Olson's actually do own the beach up to the water line in front of their house, all 106 linear feet of it.
          photo credit security footage provided by Michelle Olson.
'SHELL BEACH' Public Beach Access #1 is nearest to Siesta Key’s north bridge, and offers terrific views of Big Sarasota Pass at the end of N Shell Rd, but there is no parking lot and very, very limited spaces to park. Michelle and Greg Olson have had problems with beach goers parking in front of their driveway, throwing trash on their beach and during the dark the 'Nightcrawlers' come out with alcohol and drug fueled parties on their beach. "Would the average homeowner tolerate drunks and druggies partying and peeing on his front lawn at night, I doubt it".
So in reality the small Public Beach at Access #1 at the end of N. Beach Rd is proportionate to the available parking or walk in traffic which means about a dozen or so beach-goers at any given time. See link to Sarasota County Property Appraiser map for 3935 N. Shell Rd https://ags3.scgov.net/scpa/?esearch=0078030024&slayer=0
WWSB ABC7 SARASOTA News Babe Marcine Joseph was out at the end of N. Shell Rd today putting her story together on the 'blocked beach access dispute', but in reality there is nothing to dispute. When the Olson's purchased the home at 3935 N. Shell Rd they bought the house, the grounds, all of the property as indicated by the Sarasota County Property Appraiser and the BEACH all the way up to the water line, case closed, it is their BEACH. The Florida Constitution protects public access to any beach seaward of the high-tide line, basically you can walk in the the surf water but NOT ON THE BEACH. 

      photo credit screenshot SARASOTA COUNTY PROPERTY APPRAISER PUBLIC RECORDS
Homeowners who live across the street on N. Shell Rd Siesta Key Fl from all the protest at the Olson homestead solved the problem of beach goers complaining about blocked access to their beach, they just filled in their beach with very large rocks and boulders. 
The large rocks and boulders sure puts an end to worries about the beach eroding or late night drug parties, case closed, see photos above.
'SHELL BEACH' the smallest Siesta Key Public Beach Access #1 at the end of N. Shell Rd is not in question. Obviously Access #1 is open to the public if you can find a place to park on the narrow street, only 8 parking spaces of which at least 2 are for handicapped only. The area marked in red in property appraiser's photo at top of this article is the private property and the private beach owned by the Olson's that has been in question, see link to Sarasota County Property Appraiser map for 3935 N. Shell Rd, https://ags3.scgov.net/scpa/?esearch=0078030024&slayer=0
SARASOTA HERALD TRIBUNE WRITES: Private property owners cannot block access to public beach property, a Sarasota County government official said. A barricade attempting to block public beach access at 3935 Shell Road in Siesta Key is stirring up trouble. Visitors to the public beach on Shell Road are finding boulders and ropes blocking off part of the beach and a sign that reads, “No trespassing.” Christina Holmes, a resident of Sarasota County who’s been frequenting N. Shell Road Beach for decades, said it’s the first time anyone has tried to prevent access on her favorite beach.  
In 2018, then-Governor Rick Scott signed House Bill 631, which introduced radical changes to laws regarding public beach access, giving more power to waterfront property owners and less to local governments. It gave beachfront property owners the right to eject people from “their” part of the beach and virtually took away the right of local governments to pass their own laws that protect public use of privately owned beaches. However, the Florida Constitution protects public access to any beach seaward of the high-tide line. (basically you can walk in the the surf water) That’s any part of a beach that regularly gets wet from the rising tide.
I had been doing a bit of research lately in the N. Shell Rd area (Higel Ave, and old N. Beach Rd) looking for any indication as to where murdered Mayor Harry Higel might have had his HigelHurst Hotel back in the day on N. Beach Rd. In 1917 N. Beach Rd ran South off of N. Shell Rd. 
VIDEO ABOVE POSSIBLE LOCATION OF WHERE HIGELHURST HOTEL WAS LOCATED IN 1917 ON N BEACH RD JUST SOUTH OF N SHELL RD SIESTA KEY FL. The two story HigelHurst Hotel was on N Beach Rd overlooking Big Pass with an unobstructed view of the Gulf of Mexico before it was burned down by Rube Allyn on March 31, 1917, see more CLICK HERE
I noticed the keep out signs at 3935 N. Shell Rd and I did question the validity but after looking into public Sarasota County property records it clearly shows the Olson's own the beach. 'PRIVATE PROPERTY NOT A PUBLIC BEACH', WHAT PART OF PRIVATE PROPERTY DON'T YOU UNDERSTAND ABC7 SARASOTA, HERALD TRIBUNE, 10 NEWS, FOX 13 NEWS? Yep you can legally walk in the wet sand or the surf on any beach in Florida, but you a walking a very thin line, see Sarasota County Property Appraiser photo. 
Herald Tribune forget to correctly name the Road in question, it is actually N. Shell Rd. There are 2 Shell Road's on Siesta Key - N. Shell Rd and S. Shell Rd both run west off of Higel Ave. The homeowners at 3935 N. Shell Road Siesta Key purchased the home and grounds and the beach all the way up to the water line which changes daily, they do own the beach, sorry. In fact all the homeowners along this stretch of beach, own the beach, see link to Sarasota County Property Appraiser map https://ags3.scgov.net/scpa/?esearch=0078030024&slayer=0
     photo credit Sarasota County Historical Resources
Platted in 1907, the subdivision where Harry Higel eventually lived was located on the north end of Siesta (Sarasota) Key and was two and a half miles across Sarasota Bay from the mainland by boat. There was a small bridge that connected the tip of Siesta (Sarasota) Key where Harry Higel lived to the small barrier island to the West. There were also small bridges at Mangrove, Ogden and N. Shell Rd/Roberts to the small barrier island to the West, there was no bridge to mainland Sarasota till May 1917. Harry Higel's HigelHurst Hotel was just south of N Shell Rd on Gulf Ave from 1915 to 1917, when Rube Allyn burned it down on March 31, 1917.
in the early 1900's there was a road, at the time that, went all along the shoreline of North Siesta Key it was called GULF AVE it later became BEACH RD, it was not paved, it was rough, just crushed sea shells. In 1907 Harry Higel formed the Siesta Land Company with two partners, Capt. Louis Roberts and E.M. Arbogast and sold lots on Siesta Key Fl. At the time it was conceived and platted in 1907 the only access to Siesta Key was by boat from Sarasota, that is why every person who purchased a lot on Siesta Key also purchased the beach in front of their home so they could dock their boat, no bridge from Sarasota until July 1917. This platting of lots on Siesta Key has not changed since 1907, buy a lot you get a beach, case closed.


 
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