April 7, 2008, - 2:06 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Remember the Missouri and Kansas trucking schools I told you about a couple of years ago (here and here)? The majority of their students were Muslim illegal aliens, and school owners conspired with Muslim trucking company owners to helped these students cheat on and pass the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) tests.
Well, as I wrote then, this phenomenon has been happening all over the country, with Muslim illegal aliens going to trucking schools in droves, where they almost unanimously pass the CDL tests. When 9/11 happened we asked why this country allowed so many Muslim aliens to take suspicious flying lessons. This is the pre-9/11 of the road because CDLs lead to Hazardous Materials hauling certificates, and who knows what kind of deliberate disaster. It only takes one.
The Detroit Al-Qaeda terror cell–whose convictions the government absurdly overturned–was caught with the answers to the CDL test in the house in which its members were living. Wonder what they were going to do with a truck and the HazMat hauling certificates they were seeking? We’ll never know. But we have a pretty good idea.
The latest news is the conviction of Mustafa Redzic in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, and the question is whether or not the feds will track down his “students” and cancel their CDLs:
Mustafa Redzic, owner of Bonsa Truck Driving School in St. Louis, was convicted late Wednesday of multiple charges involving a bribery/fraud scheme to provide easy tests to hundreds of students applying for commercial drivers licenses, United States Attorney Catherine L. Hanaway announced today.
“Testimony at trial described a troubling pattern of corruption and deception that allowed hundreds of unqualified drivers to obtain commercial drivers licenses in use across the country,” said Hanaway, who along with Assistant United States Attorney Tom Albus, prosecuted the case.
Co-defendant Troy Parr is a driver’s license examiner employed at a testing facility at 315 Lynual, Sikeston, Missouri, which conducted examinations for people seeking Commercial Drivers’ Licenses (“CDLs”) required for driving large trucks. Redzic runs Bonsa Truck Driving School, a driver education business which, until recently, operated at 7719 Hall Street in north St. Louis.
Parr and Redzic formed a plan for Redzic to send his customers to Parr’s testing facility in Sikeston to receive “short tests” for their commercial drivers licenses. Redzic wanted his customers to receive a much less rigorous test than is proper under Missouri standards. For example, Parr’s test of Redzic’s customers would take approximately one half hour when a proper examination should take approximately two hours. Also, multiple students often took the same “short test” at once. In exchange, Redzic agreed to pay Parr’s facility the maximum fee authorized. Redzic was also willing to send his students on a two-hour one-way trip, past numerous other accredited testers, to receive these short tests. Parr benefited by the steady stream of business and Redzic benefited from the nearly 100% success rate his students enjoyed testing at Parr’s facility. After they had passed their examinations at Parr’s facility, Redzic’s clients could obtain more lucrative employment open to commercial drivers.
Additionally, Redzic also invited Parr to St. Louis on numerous occasions where Parr would “consult” with Redzic on his drivers’ education operation in St. Louis. Redzic would cover Parr’s expenses on these trips, as well as provide Parr with a cash payment. These cash payments ranged from a few hundred dollars to several hundred dollars, and on one occasion Redzic paid Parr $2,500. In addition to cash payments, Redzic promised to eventually hire Parr as the director of his drivers’ education facility in St. Louis and promised Parr he would share in its considerable profits.
Between January 2004 and April 2005, Redzic obtained approximately six hundred licenses for his clients through Parr. Redzic earned approximately $1,800,000 in tuition from those six hundred clients.
What are we doing to stop this from happening? Why aren’t we limiting who takes trucking lessons and who qualifies to take the CDL test? Why are illegal aliens continuing to be licensed to drive trucks in America?
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