Friday, November 21, 2008

AMW Inside The Investigation Into Teen Said Sisters' Murders in Texas, Is 'Honor Killer' Yaser Said in the NYC area ?

YASER ABDEL SAID, MURDER SUSPECT, HIDING IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY NY ? Fox news reporter Gregg Jarrets seems to think so, see Fox News Video here
Inside The Investigation Into Teen 'Said Sisters' Murders 11/20/2008. AMW When news broke that two Texas teens had been murdered, and that police suspected their own father , it wasn't long before producers from America's Most Wanted were on the ground, working alongside detectives investigating the heinous crime.

Along the way, producers spoke with people who knew sisters Sarah and Amina Said better than anyone else, including their mother Patricia Said -- a woman who has done few television interviews. Though it was hard for her to speak about the crime just a week later, she made it clear that she would like to see her husband pay for the crime with which he had been charged. Producers also met with the girls' best friend, Zohair Zaidi.

Zohair spoke of the girls' hopes and dreams, and told AMW about the fear they expressed when speaking about their father, Yaser. Also, the girls' aunt, Connie Maggio, also told AMW that for years, the girls shared a tough relationship with their father.

Yaser Said, the Father, Is The Focus In Double Murder Manhunt !
On January 1, 2008, someone brutally murdered teenage sisters Sarah and Amina Said, shooting the girls to death in the back of a taxi cab. When police revealed the identity of the suspected killer, it shocked the nation.
Yaser Said is originally from Egypt and may seek communities with Egyptian ties. He also likes to frequent diners including Denny's and IHOP. He is also may be seeking work as a taxi driver.
Last Seen;
Irving, TX
Other Possible Locations;
Irving, TX
New York.....Westchester and the Bronx NY

Connie Maggio said that at one point, the girls had even alleged that he (the Father) had molested them. Join John Walsh on the hunt for Yaser Said. Saturday 11/22/08 on FOX, 9 p.m. ET/PT, 8 p.m. CT.


Bill Warner
Private investigator