Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Sarasota Real Estate Scammer Neil Mohammad Husani Arrested in Jordan, "No Doubt Husani Masterminded Whole Thing" Sarasota Cash is in the Arab Bank

TAMPA - Neil Mohammad Husani, who fled the United States after the Herald-Tribune published a series of articles about his real estate deals, has been caught and is awaiting extradition.

"Mr. Husani was arrested in Jordan," Assistant U.S. Attorney Terry Zitek said Monday during the opening moments of a trial against one of Husani's co-conspirators. "He was charged and released on bond." Zitek later said he had no further information.

But Husani's name came up repeatedly during the daylong proceedings against Larry Nardelli, a Tampa businessman indicted in July along with Husani, Sarasota lawyer John Yanchek and Manatee County builder Michael Tringali for mortgage fraud and money laundering. The men were accused of inflating land values to get $83 million in loans from banks and pocketing about $40 million.

Muslim commercial real estate flipper Neil Mohamed Husani, who almost single handedly triggered an economic downturn in Sarasota Fl and jeopardised several Sarasota banks, was living the high life in Amman Jordan with his Scamed Millions of Sarasota Dollars sitting in the terrorist linked "Arab Bank" !

Monday, July 28, 2008, 3 Sarasota Men Face Mortgage Fraud Charges, Neil Mohamed Husani of Sarasota is on the run in Jordan with the cash at the "Arab Bank" ! Just five years ago, Husani was so strapped for cash that he wrote bad checks, a crime he pleaded guilty to in circuit court in Manatee in 2002. The next year, he was placed on two years' probation after pleading guilty to stealing $14,000 in furniture from a vendor who supplied Husani's Palmetto furniture store.

Husani started using slightly different names that involved changes in order or spelling. He would be "Neil Hussani" in one document and "Neal Mohamed" in another. The name changes helped Husani to hide his past, but trouble followed him and his financial woes persisted.

In October 2002, Gwendolyn Newbloom sued Husani in circuit court in Hillsborough County, claiming that he was trying to cheat her out of buying an Apollo Beach apartment. Husani told Newbloom he owned the Apollo Beach apartment and there were no liens or encumbrances on it, the suit says. But after she signed the contract to buy the apartment and made a $12,500 deposit, she discovered that Husani did not own it and the actual owner had not kept up to date with mortgage payments.

According to a 44-page indictment, between May 2004 and June 2006, the defrauded Sarasota Banks were, Orion Bank, Mercantile Bank, Bank Atlantic, Coast Bank, Fifth/Third Bank, Wachovia Bank and First State Bank.

How much of the millions in cash that Neil Mohamed Husani ripped off from the Banks in Sarasota Fl is now in the "Arab Bank " in Amman Jordan supporting terrorism !

The "Arab Bank" in Amman Joirdan with $32 billion in assets and operations in 30 countries, has been sued in the United States by relatives of bombings in Israel who allege that it supported terrorism by funneling donations to Palestinian suicide bombers and their families. Families of about 40 U.S. citizens killed in attacks in Israel sued Arab Bank of Amman Jordan in federal court in New York last year, accusing it of channeling money to Palestinian terrorist groups and of making insurance payments to beneficiaries of suicide bombers.

Bill Warner
private investigator
WBI Inc private Detective Agency
Sarasota Fl