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Friday, October 30, 2009

Home invasion suspect Delmer Smith returned to Sarasota, he is still a supect in the rape and murder of Georgeann Lee Smith who was beaten to death with a baseball bat.



Home invasion suspect Delmer Smith returned to Sarasota, he is still a supect in the rape and murder of Georgeann Lee Smith who was beaten to death with a baseball bat.


SARASOTA — Serial home invasion and rape suspect Delmer Smith III has been extradited to the Sarasota County jail to face charges in four home invasions in which women were beaten and two raped. Smith, 38, had been in the Pinellas County jail for weeks after federal authorities charged him with violating his probation on a bank robbery conviction.


Sarasota authorities charged him Oct. 5 with four Sarasota home invasions where detectives say he left his DNA, but waited to bring him to Sarasota until federal authorities resolved his probation violation charge. He has since been sentenced to two years federal prison for the violation.


Smith will now faces several charges of armed home invasion, false imprisonment and rape in Sarasota. He is also a suspect in as many as seven similar attacks in Manatee and Sarasota counties, including the beating death of a woman, Georgeann Lee Smith in her Sarasota home.


The arrest of Smith sparked controversy after the FBI revealed the agency had his DNA from his time in prison throughout the home invasion attacks, but it had not been entered into federal DNA databases due to a backlog. more from this source.............





Oct. 18th, 2009 at 9:35 PM
Marjie Snow Almeter (Marjie Smith)

"His name is Delmer Smith III ... did he rape and beat 4 other women in a similar manner as Georgann? Yes he did, but he didn't use a baseball bat on his other victims. The police have DNA to link this creep to 4 women (in Sarasota Fl), their homes were invaded & robbed by him.

We still await for the missing link to tie him to the murder of our beloved sister. 6 1/2 months since we were robbed by the epitome of evil, 6 1/2 months since I've heard her tell me she loved me, 6 1/2 months since she uploaded me a photo of herself on her cell phone & 6 1/2 months that I've missed dearly of hearing her complain about one thing or another.

I wish the Lord could turn back time, but I know this to never be ... I can only look forward to the day when we are caught up in the clouds to be forever with our Lord!

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Detroit Muslim Used Car Dealers Led By Radical Leader Luqman Ameen Abdullah (Killed In Shootout With Fed's), They Had Stolen Cars With VIN's Switched For Resale To Support Terrorism.



Detroit Muslim Used Car Dealers Led By Radical Leader Luqman Ameen Abdullah (Killed In Shootout With Fed's), They Had Stolen Cars With VIN's Switched For Resale To Support Terrorism.


DETROIT (AP) - A leader of a radical U.S. Sunni Islam group killed in a shootout with federal agents near Detroit repeatedly told followers that the government was the enemy and they must be willing to take on the FBI -- even if it meant death, authorities said. "You cannot have a nonviolent revolution," Luqman Ameen Abdullah said, according to a 2008 conversation secretly recorded by a confidential FBI source.

Abdullah, 53, was killed Wednesday at a warehouse in Dearborn, where agents were attempting to arrest him on charges that included conspiracy to sell stolen goods and illegal possession and sale of firearms. He was one of 11 people named in a criminal complaint after a two-year investigation.


FBI spokeswoman Sandra Berchtold said Abdullah refused to surrender, fired a weapon and was killed by gunfire from agents. The FBI said Abdullah, also known as Christopher Thomas, was an imam, or prayer leader, of a radical group named Ummah whose primary mission is to establish an Islamic state within the U.S

Abdullah told followers that it was their "duty to oppose the FBI and the government and it does not matter if they die" and to "simply shoot a cop in the head" if they wanted the officer's bulletproof vest, Leon wrote. The affidavit also said bombs, guns and even the recipe for TNT were among Abdullah's regular topics with his allies. Group members and former members said they were "willing to do anything Abdullah instructs and/or preaches, even including criminal conduct and acts of violence," the FBI agent wrote. more from this source............

The 11 individuals charged include: Luqman Abdullah (aka Christopher Thomas), age 53, of Detroit, Michigan. Abdullah is charged with:

C 18 U.S.C. 371 Conspiracy to Commit Federal Crimes,

C 18 U.S.C. Sale or Receipt of Stolen Goods (Cars anf trucks) Transported in Interstate Commerce,

C 18 U.S.C. 922(d) Providing Firearms or Ammunition to a Person Known to be a Convicted Felon,

C 18 U.S.C. 931 Possession of Body Armor by a Person Convicted of a Violent Felony,

C 18 U.S.C. 551 altering or Removing Motor Vehicle Identification Numbers (Cars and trucks)..

S-3 in the following scenario is a used car dealer who purchased a salvaged truck (at the auto auction) for pennies on the dollar, they then switch the salvaged trucks VIN with the stolen truck VIN, same make and color, and voila you have an untraceable stolen tuck that you can sell legitimately for full book price and not get caught, huge profits low overhead.


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Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Father of 9/11 Victim James Gadiel, Who Worked at Cantor Fitzgerald on the 103rd floor of the World Trade Center, Fights to Have 'Murdered by Muslim Terrorists' Inscribed on Son's Memorial.


Father of 9/11 Victim James Gadiel, Who Worked at Cantor Fitzgerald on the 103rd floor of the World Trade Center, Fights to Have 'Murdered by Muslim Terrorists' Inscribed on Son's Memorial.

KENT, Conn. — Peter Gadiel wants everyone to remember his son, James, who was killed during the September 11 terrorist attacks.

And he also wants people to remember how he died: "Murdered by Muslim terrorists." For Gadiel, any tribute to his son would be woefully incomplete without those words.

"I think it's important, because I think there's a nationwide effort to suppress the identity of the people who were involved in the attacks," Gadiel told Fox News.

Eight years ago, 23-year-old James Gadiel worked for Cantor Fitzgerald on the 103rd floor of the World Trade Center. He died when a hijacked plane crashed into the North Tower.


For years, Gadiel's hometown of Kent, Conn., has wanted to honor the young man with a memorial plaque next to its town hall. But the tribute has hit a snag because James' father wants to include the phrase, "Murdered by Muslim terrorists," under his son's name. For Peter Gadiel, it is a central fact of the Sept. 11 attacks that is often left out.


"It isn't just overlooked, it's suppressed," Gadiel said. "It's simply wrong to imply that people just died. The buildings didn't just collapse, they didn't just fall down — they were attacked by people with a specific identity, a specific purpose." more form this source...........

Queens NY Used Car Dealers Patrick Nayyar and Accomplice Conrad Stanisclaus Mulholland Charged with Attempting to Provide Material Support to Hizballah.


WASHINGTON, Oct 27, 2009 /PRNewswire-USNewswire via COMTEX/...On Sept. 24, 2009, Nayyar, a 46-year-old citizen of India who had been residing illegally in the United States, was arrested at his residence in Queens, N.Y., based on a criminal complaint charging him with possessing a firearm and ammunition as an illegal alien. Later that day, Nayyar was presented in Brooklyn federal court before U.S. Magistrate Judge Joan Azrack. According to the indictment filed yesterday in Manhattan federal court and the criminal complaint unsealed on Sept. 24, 2009.

Preet Bharara, the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, and Joseph M. Demarest, Jr., the Assistant Director-in-Charge of the New York Office of the FBI, announced the filing of an indictment yesterday charging Patrick Nayyar and Conrad Stanisclaus Mulholland with attempting to provide material support to Hizballah, a designated foreign terrorist organization. The indictment also charges Nayyar with illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition.
Bill Warner says look at 'Murdered by Muslim Terrorists on 9/11' click link for video, http://vietnam-veterans.us/popup/tribute.htmlCan't  Cry Hard Enough - A Tribute to the Victims of 9-11-2001.... Source: vietnam-veterans.us.

On Sept. 24, 2009, Nayyar, a 46-year-old citizen of India who had been residing illegally in the United States, was arrested at his residence in Queens, N.Y., based on a criminal complaint charging him with possessing a firearm and ammunition as an illegal alien. Later that day, Nayyar was presented in Brooklyn federal court before U.S. Magistrate Judge Joan Azrack. According to the indictment filed yesterday in Manhattan federal court and the criminal complaint unsealed on Sept. 24, 2009:
Between July 2009 and September 2009, Nayyar and Mulholland agreed to provide weapons, ammunition, and vehicles to Hizballah, a U.S.-designated foreign terrorist organization based in Lebanon.

During a series of meetings with a confidential informant working with the FBI, who represented himself as working for Hizballah, Nayyar and Mulholland agreed to sell guns, ammunition, vehicles, bulletproof vests and night vision goggles to the confidential informant. During these meetings, Nayyar and Mulholland provided the confidential informant with a handgun, a box of ammunition and a pick-up truck, believing that the confidential informant would deliver the items to Hizballah in Lebanon.
Terror Funding Suspect Patrick Nayyar had been a contractor and had run Alexiss Construction Corp in NY, but it was shut down in 2003, see NY Division of Corp records;

NYS Division of Corporations..Selected Entity Name:
Initial DOS Filing Date: AUGUST 24, 1999
County: QUEENS
Jurisdiction: NEW YORK
Entity Type: DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
Current Entity Status: INACTIVE – Dissolution by Proclamation / Annulment of Authority (Jun 25, 2003)

DOS Process (Address to which DOS will mail process if accepted on behalf of the entity)
PATRICK DANIEL NAYYAR
142-02 FRANKLIN AVENUE
FLUSHING, NEW YORK, 11355

The indictment filed yesterday charges Nayyar and Mulholland with four counts based on their agreement to provide weapons, ammunition and vehicles to Hizballah, and the provision of the various items to the confidential informant. In addition, Nayyar is charged with possession of a firearm and ammunition as an illegal alien. Conrad Stanisclaus Mulholland has not been arrested. The case has been assigned to U.S. District Judge Robert W. Sweet. Nayyar is expected to be arraigned on the charges in the indictment later today. Mr. Bharara praised the investigative work of the FBI, more from this source……… 






Sunday, October 25, 2009

FEMALE RUN PRIVATE INVESTIGATION LONDON UK, top qualities for a PI are “honesty, reliability and common sense.”




MOVE over Charlie’s Angels, there’s a new breed of female detective in town. But rather than snaring criminals, these lady private eyes are using their snooping and surveillance skills to catch out straying HUSBANDS. Arabella Mazzuki, is the founder of Minx007 Britain’s first all-female detective agency. And rather than donning a grubby mac and lurking around street corners, Arabella has a baby pink version and gets around in a sporty MG.

Business is booming for Minx007 in their patch around Godalming, Surrey UK.Arabella says: “Twenty years ago, a woman might have put up with her husband playing away. But now she won’t.” It’s no surprise after a recent survey found that nearly half of Brits who suspect their partner of cheating go on to hire a private investigator. Worried wives set the wheels in motion in 60 per cent of cases. Arabella, 30, originally started work as a secretary but landed work as a PI for an agency after she realised there was a professional way of indulging her nosy streak.

Two years later she left to start her own agency and Minx007 was born. She now employs a team of five other women with male PIs on call if she needs them for particular situations. By the time clients come to Arabella, they are usually pretty sure that their partner is playing away. What she offers them is proof.

She says: “Most of the time we’re simply confirming their suspicions. It’s often for the wife’s peace of mind, so she knows the truth.” But Arabella’s service goes deeper than that. “I offer a more rounded approach than the typical old-school private detective. We provide a lot of emotional support,” she says. “A woman who comes to us might have been married for 30 years and never have worked or paid a bill in her life.

“She can’t believe her husband has been playing away and can’t envisage life without him. My challenge is to put women back on their feet so they get their lives back.” With the stakes so high, Arabella and her team have to provide a great deal of emotional support. That often involves phone calls from clients and advice from the team.

She says: “I’m no counsellor, but you do get upset when someone is crying down the phoneand their whole life is being ruined. “You are dealing with people’s high emotions and sometimes you’re the only person they have got to talk to in the world.”Arabella says the top qualities for a PI are “honesty, reliability and common sense.”

But the service Minx007 offers does not come cheap. Arabella says a “good” investigation sets her clients back around £3,000 ($5,000). The team use tracking skills and spying equipment for their surveillance. But they also get the client to help out as much as possible. Arabella says: “We can give the wife bugs to put in the house and the car.

“But sometimes common sense is all that’s needed we get her to check his mileometer to see if he has really been going where he says he has.” The most reliable tool for catching someone with their pants down is a camera. In one incident, Arabella caught a straying husband by taking snaps of him from the flat opposite. “He was on the 12th floor of Canary Wharf in East London not a place where you’d think to close the curtains, so I got it all. But what I hadn't realised was that the woman he was with was actually his wife’s best friend.

“I was going to give the wife the videotape but when I turned up at this restaurant to hand it over she was actually with the woman who was on the tape! “Once her friend had left, I had to tell her that is the woman I’ve been following for the last three weeks. She was completely devastated.” Arabella’s agency also offers honey-trapping flirting with someone to see if they will remain faithful.

Surprisingly, when they do set up a honeytrap, they do not send in a real glamourpuss. “Men do have their type so you find out what that is whether it’s tall blondes or curvy brunettes,” Arabella says. The Minx007 team are all pretty girls who can either blend in or stand out. Arabella says: “You’ve got to be able to do both, depending on the job. Blending in is especially important. “When someone sees you they take a mental snapshot. So if you’re going to come into view again you tie a jumper around your waist and put your hair up it creates a different mental snapshot.”

Arabella admits that though her work has not soured her view of men, it has “confirmed the negative thoughts I had already.” She adds: “There is a certain type, shall we call him the typical male, who just can’t help himself. That kind of man you can never get through to. He will always cheat.”

Part of your job involves setting honey traps for would be cheating partners… “Basically a 'honey trap' is an investigation that involves someone being paid to observe or flirt with the person in question to detect signs of infidelity. Honey-trap cases may seem simple from the outside but they often require the most planning. Clients want an answer and our aim is to get that for them. However before we start a case, we make sure that clients realise just what they’re getting into and are able to prepare themselves for the worst possible outcome.

Surprisingly its not just women who approach us about honey-trapping, our client ratio is around 60% women to 40% men.” What does a honey trap case involve and have you ever got caught out “Often, it’s a simple case of approaching the ‘subject’ in a bar to see how far they want to take things.