March 12, 2009, - 1:27 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
As I’ve noted on this site, a good deal of the mortgage defrauders in the Detroit area are Muslims. Some of them have been tied to Hezbollah.
And, unfortunately, as I’ve also noted, few of them are prosecuted. Instead, ambitious politicians, like Republican Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox, don’t want to upset Muslims, so they go after the straw buyers the Muslims employ. That’s what Cox has done in a number of giant mortgage fraud cases. None of the Muslims who had their house bought and sold a gazillion times over while they continued to live in it and collect ever-increasing mortgage cash from phony appraisals, which constantly escalated upward from the real value of the home.
But I gotta give Detroit-area prosecutor Kym Worthy, the Wayne County Prosecutor, credit for going after some of these people . . . finally. I’m not a fan of hers and, sadly, she continues to employ an open Hezbollah supporter, Abed Hammoud (identified as a Hezbollah agent by a Kuwaiti newspaper), as head of her public corruption prosecution section (and he protects his Muslim and pan-Islamic buddies from justice).
But this is at least something:
Three people face several charges in what prosecutors said is a mortgage and deed fraud scheme in Dearborn Heights.
Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy announced Wednesday that charges were filed against Mirza Salmaci [DS: Full Name is Mirza Ali Salmaci], 37, of Dearborn; Hussein Bazzi, 33, of Dearborn Heights; and Nadia Ali, 32, of Brownstown Township.
The prosecutor says the three allegedly conspired to fraudulently sell a property in Dearborn Heights to a fictitious buyer.
Salmaci and Bazzi are licensed real estate salespeople. Prosecutors say they prepared documents in the name of a real individual who lives in Port Huron without that person’s knowledge. Ali allegedly pretended to be that fictitious buyer.
All three are charged with the felonies of money laundering, false pretenses and conspiracy to commit false pretenses. Conviction could result in prison sentences of up to 10 years.
All three defendants were arraigned Wednesday in 19th District Court in Dearborn.
Mirza Salmaci, 37, of Dearborn, Hussein Bazzi, 33, of Dearborn Heights and Nadia Ali, 32 of Brownstown Township are accused of conspiring to fraudulently sell a home in the 26000 block of Cherry Hill to a fictitious buyer.
Salmaci and Bazzi, both licensed real estate salespersons, are alleged to have prepared documents in the name of a person who lives in Port Huron without her knowledge. Ali is alleged to be a loan officer.
All of the defendants face up to 20 years in prison on multiple charges, which include conspiracy to commit false pretenses and money laundering. Salmaci is also charged with filing an unauthorized credit application, identity theft and using a fake identification to commit a felony.
All three of them are, FYI, Shi’ite Muslims whose families are from Hezbollah country in South Lebanon. The Bazzi family is big in Hezbollah. And big in all kinds of fraud in the U.S. Look up the last name “Bazzi” on google and you’ll find a veritable monster truck jam full of results on crime committed by different Bazzis living in America.
Of note is that Salmaci’s relative, “Robert” Talal Salmaci, is an insurance agent who says on his website, “I work in real estate.” Is he licensed to “work in real estate”? And just what is he doing? He has an online blog in which he constantly supports HAMAS and Hezbollah (and attacks me). If I were authorities, I’d look into his transactions, too. (Robert Salmaci’s brother, Tarick Salmaci, was a professional boxer who appeared on the failed NBC reality show, “The Contender,” hosted by Sylvester Stallone.)