November, 15 2018 /Global Press Online/ Politics, Law & Society

Tony Abi Saab s arrest and subsequent freedom, is a rude jolt to peace keepers

Even as evidence against Tony Abi Saab, the arms dealer, builds up, US authorities are clueless how to throw him in jail and shut down his companies.

Tony Abi Saab belongs to the grey Abi Saab family whose business, aerospace and defense is just a cover to supply arms and ammunitions to terror groups in the Middle East and elsewhere.

Tony Abi Saab’s companies Brescia Middle East (BME), Tactical Ltd Afghanistan, K5 Global and Bennet-Fouch, G2Armory and SIMAINT supplies arms and weaponry to terrorists and has active permit in Lebanon. Tony’s global chain of phony companies are actually just fronts to trade in weapons by issuing a series of counterfeit end user certificates and then manipulating arms deals.

Tony Abi Saab’s Brescia Middle East (BME) has close business links to the Sima Salazar Group through Tony-owned Tactica Ltd Afghanistan. Tactica Ltd was particularly dangerous for purchasing arms commercially and selling them to terrorists. Tony’s family evaded interrogation by law enforcement agencies.

When Tony profited in millions of US dollars from the US Army through his arms trade and fake contracts, a sting operation was launched by the US Army along with CIA and FBI. Tony Abi Saabs company, Brescia Middle East (BME) was indicted in Afghanistan along with the fraudulent businesswoman and girlfriend, Dinorah Cobos, using a fake alias of Sarah Lee. But being a criminal and sharp shooter, Tony flew out of a jail term by leaving Afghanistan and bribing the Afghani officials with only small “payment”.

He used legal loopholes to assist Dinorah during the evidence gathering processes. He made Dinoarh, his long time confidant and girlfriend, file reverse charges against the US law enforcement agencies, citing human rights violations on her when arrested and managed to walk out of jail.

Since Tony is a shadowy operator and the organiser of war in a global war zone that comprised of Africa, Middle East and Afghanistan, albeit indirectly, US authorities are anxious to put him behind bars. If Tony had been tried in military and not civil court, he would certainly have been convicted of crimes against humanity and jailed. Tony’s dubious company BME is still operating openly and freely and Tony himself is moving about the world as if he were a jet-setter and not a shady arms dealer.

US Army and authorities have to plug the loopholes in the system so that this time when Tony is arrested, he is sentenced to prison.

Azani Marc
Global Press Online