January 11, 2007, - 12:08 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
19 people–17 of whom are Muslims, most of whom live in Dearbornistan–ripped off the Small Business Administration in a scam for $76.8 Million in fraudulent loans.
They lied at every step of the way, fraudulently misrepresenting their employment, status as U.S. Citizens, work experience, value of property for alleged businesses, and that they put up a federally mandated 25% stake in the loans. In essence, they obtained loans for businesses they never intended to buy, never put up any money for, and aren’t even U.S. citizens.
Mysteriously, that the Detroit Free Press article announcing the indictment didn’t mention the names of the Muslim Arab criminal defendants, only the two non-Muslim, non-Arabs who brokered the fraudulent deal. But even though they didn’t name them–reporter David Ashenfelter mentioned a nebulous “buyers, many of whom are of Middle Eastern descent–I will. It appears the Free Press and Ashenfelter wanted to shelter its readers from the three Mohammeds and a Jihad in the bunch (nah–they’d never deceive reader that way, would they? You know, with “the public’s right to know” and all?):
Abdul Waheed Khan, 60, of Sterling Heights; Fikri Mamdouh, 36, of Dearborn; and Khaled Manassra, 35, of Dearbornistan Heights were indicted. Mohamad Cheaib, 47, of Northville; Mohamed Khadr, 56, of Ypsilanti; Barbara Stylianou, 33, of Detroit; and Murshid Al-Nakib, 36, Sanaa Dakhallah, 34, Fatme Saad, 44, Mona Faraj, 40, Mohamed Baydoun, 44, Tawfiq Alfakhouri, 67, Hanan Awada, 32, Jihad Zahra, 33, Youseff Bazzi, 61, Hassan Zeineddine, 40, and Dima Jaber, 45, all of Dearbornistan, were charged in criminal complaints.
Since these Muslim defrauders of American taxpayers didn’t use the money to open small businesses, what exactly did they use it for, besides their own self-aggrandizement? Many of these defendants are Lebanese Shi’ites. Did the money go overseas to Hezbollah?
Don’t bet against it. Since they’re not citizens and committed serious crimes, will they be deported . . . ever? Don’t hold your breath.
Unfortunately, as is par for the course for U.S. Attorney Stephen Murphy III a/k/a “Abu Porno,” he waited a long time to file these charges against the Muslims who stole the money. Long before this, in 2005, Murphy indicted mostly Black frontmen for these Muslims. Many of these defendants took it as the usual hint Murphy usually provides potential Muslim defendants and fled.
Several Defendants–five of them–are fugitives, who remain at large. They’re probably back in Lebanon. And don’t expect them to return. They usually act on Murphy’s hints as Hezbollah financier Talal Chahine did.
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