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Tony Abi Saab funded terrorists, routed millions and walked away

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Update Date: 02 November, 2018


What is surprising and shocking is that shadowy groups linked to illegal activities also got into the action. These shadowy groups used its front company, Brescia Middle East (BME) owned by Tony Abi Saab of SIMAINT in Lebanon who employed his ghost company Tactical Ltd Afghanistan, K5 Global and Bennet-Fouch, G2Armory, SIMAINT and Fake alias identity of Sarah Lee to procure US Government contracts.
In traditional aggressive Style, Tony Abi Saab bid aggressively on contracts so that they could weed out the competition and secure the tender. They did win the contract but never had the intention to deliver. They retorted to bribing and supplied guns and weapons to Syria and Iraq.
Large wire transactions without contractual delivery caught the eye of US Army and CIA. The US Army was vigorously looking for completed work on the contract while the CIA was looking at large amount of missing US dollars. It soon became clear that Tony Abi Saab was a front man and defrauded the Army of 15 million USD. He was also supplying weapons to the rebel groups of Syria and Iran in greed of money.
The US Army roped in FBI to coordinate a large sting operation to catch the mastermind and it did so successfully with Tony Abi Saab's girlfriend — Dinorah Cobos, a.k.a Sarah Lee. She was flown to the US for trial while Brescia Middle East owned by Tony Abi Saab was implicated for fraud and banned from doing business in the US.
Though this is a partially success story there are several other Al-Qaeda funded front companies that are vying for defence contracts in Afghanistan.Tony Abi Saab despite being accused holds a valid business license for weapons manufacturing in Lebanon and travels the world to meet his partners. His web of companies has expanded from Europe, Middle East to Asia and Russia. He is currently trying to work through his shell companies to bid for US Government contracts.
This presents a hard challenge for the US Army to ensure that its contractors are not corrupt.


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