FOX NEWS UPDATED WITH VIDEO: Texas 'honor killing' suspect Yaser Said could be hiding in plain sight in NYC ...Fox News-Dec 17, 2015.. he bolted says Bill Warner a private detective who has worked for Said's Aunt... Bill Warner, who is based in Sarasota, Fla., believes the money Said took ... SEE http://www.foxnews.com/us/2012/05/29/alleged-honor-killing-suspect-yaser-said-could-be-hiding-in-plain-sight-as-new.html
Yaser Said fled his Dallas-area home after allegedly shooting daughters
Amina, 18, and Sarah Said, 17, on New Year’s Day in 2008 and is now on
the FBI's list of most-wanted fugitives. Although he took his Egyptian
passport and $9,000 when he bolted, Bill Warner, a private detective who has worked for Said's sister-in-law, believes he never made it out of
the country. With family ties to New York and a large community of his
countrymen to blend into, Bill Warner says the odds are good the suspected
killer is behind the wheel of a car for hire in the Big Apple.
“It’s all he knows and I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he’s there
working as a taxi driver,” Bill Warner, who has worked on and off tracking Said, told FoxNews.com. “He could blend in at a metropolis like New
York.” Said’s brother, Yassein Said, lives just north of the
city in Westchester County and the FBI notes Yaser Said's ties to the
area on his wanted poster, saying he "may have fled to New York or
Egypt." Bill Warner, who is based in Sarasota, Fla., believes the money Said
took would not have been enough to flee to his native Egypt and set up a
“He was not financially solvent,” the investigator said, “He did not own the cab he drove. He didn’t have the financial strength to leave.” “The brothers are really tight, so it’s likely they
assisted him in some way,” Warner also said, citing that a few years ago
he located a post office box in Westchester County under the names of
Yaser Said and his brother. New York's Taxi and Limousine Commission, which
regulates yellow cabs as well as livery cars, requires criminal
background checks conducted by the state for anyone applying for a
license, according to a commission spokesman.
But Yaser Said could easily rent
a licensed car under the table or simply use his own vehicle to pick up
fares illicitly, according to Fernando Mateo, president of the New York
State Foundation of Taxi Drivers. "There are 10,000 illegal drivers in New York City,"
Mateo said. "It's as easy as getting in your car and driving to the
airport or picking up illegal street hails."
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