March 13, 2009, - 7:05 pm
Hezbollahstan, USA: Dearbornistan Cop Laundered Bribes From Hezbollah Financier? Cheated on Taxes/Was City’s Terrorism Cop; Dearbornistan Cop Takes Muslim Bribes to Fix Tix
The criminal charges against two different Dearbornistan, Michigan cops, today–neither of them Muslim–illustrate the reach of Islamic corruption when Muslims control a city.
First, there is the arrest and charges against Dearborn Police Officer Gino Soave for tax evasion. Sadly, neither pan-Islamist Republican Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox–who charged him–nor the federal authorities are saying what’s really going on here. But I think I know, and it’s apparently tied to Hezbollah and a Shi’ite Islamic drug dealer.
Pan-Islamist Michigan Atty Gen Mike Cox (Left) Not Telling Whole Story
on Policeman Gino Soave’s (Right) Hezbo Love Boat
(Hezbollah Love Boat by David Lunde/Lundesigns)
For a long time, Soave was Dearbornistan’s “counterterrorism” officer. But, at the same time, he was also the partner of–and, many say, co-conspirator with–fired Dearborn police officer Daniel Saab, a Lebanese Shi’ite Muslim who was Dearborn’s Muslim community policing officer and who featured Hezbollah posters at his office in the Dearborn public library. Saab was convicted for the criminal stalking of a Michigan State Senator, and his testimony at that trial places him at the firebombing of a Dearbornistan City Councilman’s car.
Yet, somehow, despite all of this, he somehow remained on the Dearbornistan police force. Actually, not really “somehow”–both he and Officer Gino Soave were protected by then-Dearbornistan Mayor Michael Guido, who was taking bribes from indicted fugitive Hezbollah financier Talal Chahine and apparently other Dearbornistan Hezbollah agents I’ve written about on this site.
Saab was well-known as Guido’s and Chahine’s enforcer and did that work for other Shi’ite Muslims under investigation by the feds for Islamic terrorism. Hassan Harajli, the controversial Muslim gas station owner under such investigation, allegedly sent Saab and another Dearborn police officer (which may have been Soave) to Harajli’s sister’s house to either rough up, set up, or kill her husband, after they lent Harajli over half a million dollars, according to his sister.
Saab showed up at her house uninvited, she says, and he eventually arrested her husband for no legitimate reason. Part of the story is backed up in press accounts, and criminal court cases against Mr. Harajli and two other men he sent to beat and allegedly kill his brother-in-law. Mr. Harajli also had Hezbollah operatives kidnap his brother-in-law.
Former police officer Saab managed to beat a federal indictment, last year, accusing him of trying to coerce witnesses to fabricate testimony. But it was alleged that Saab conspired with a man known as “Haidar”–a figure apparently tied into that case–to use the badge to shake down people for illegal drugs and then re-sell those drugs to others for profit.
It was believed by many Dearborn residents and sources that Gino Soave–once the Dearborn counterterrorism guy–was in on the take from Hezbollah’s Chahine and/or Shi’ite Muslim drug dealer “Haidar.”
Now that Soave has been charged with lying about the $285,000 price of a boat he purchased–and apparently use to launder a large amount of money which he could not have earned on his salary as a Dearbornistan police officer–it appears those beliefs have been borne out.
While authorities are claiming Soave forged a bill of sale and under-reported the price to avoid paying $12,000 more in taxes, that is not the real reason he lied about the cost of the boat. He was clearly trying to launder money–over $200,000–which he apparently gained illicitly and the existence of which he wanted to hide.
Note the name of the boat, the name of strippers from the mafia show, “The Sopranos.” Officer Soave may not have worked for the Italian mob, but it appears he worked for the Muslim mob. How do you say, “Bada Bing” in Arabic? Perhaps, he should have called his boat “Mabrook [(You Are) Blessed] V” or “Moumtaz [Excellent] V.” Or the most appropriate names “Ya Ya Hezbollah V!” or “Alhamdillullah [Praise Allah] V.”
A Dearborn police officer was arrested for tax evasion and fraud related to the purchase of a 54-foot boat christened the Bada Bing V. . . .
Gino Soave, 42, of Dearborn Heights was charged with on one count of forgery, a 14-year felony; one count of uttering and publishing, a 14-year felony; and one count of tax fraud, a five-year felony. . . .
Soave forged a bill of sale to the Secretary of State’s office stating that the sale price of the boat was $77,000 when in fact the original sales documents show a price of $285,000. By understating the price, Soave paid $12,000 less in taxes.
As you can see, the media story–and that of Michigan’s pan-Islamist Attorney General Mike Cox–is not the story of what’s actually going on here. As usual, Cox is covering up the Islamic bribery that comprised the boat money.
Cox didn’t find out about this faked bill of sale because he’s such a great investigator and looks at these things with a fine tooth-comb. Clearly, the feds or Michigan State Police have been watching Soave’s every move to find out where the money they suspected he was getting was going. They don’t investigate the bill of sale for every person buying a boat and paying taxes on it. There was a reason for this. He’s been watched. And not by Cox, who tends to look the other way on Muslims and crime. He wants their votes when he runs for Governor.
Then, there’s Dearbornistan Police Officer Alex Brian Ramirez. He worked with 20-year-old Shi’ite Muslim civilian Hassan Hojaije to broker the fixing of tickets in exchange for bribes from the Muslims against whom the tickets were issued.
You know, that’s how it’s done in the Muslim world. And when the Muslim world takes over an American city, their values rule the day.
A Dearborn police officer was charged with several felonies today in connection with a ticket-fixing scheme, prosecutors said.
Cpl. Alex Brian Ramirez, 42, was arraigned in 19th District Court on felony charges of embezzlement and bribery by a public official, misconduct in office, obstruction of justice, conspiracy to obstruct justice, larceny in a building and a misdemeanor charge of nonperformance of duty. The crimes are punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
Judge Mark Somers ordered Ramirez held on $50,000 bond and a tether if he posts.
A civilian, Hassan Hojaije, 20, was also charged in connection with the alleged bribery scheme. Both men are Dearborn residents. He is to be arraigned on charges of obstruction of justice, conspiracy to obstruct justice and bribery. The charges against Hojaije, who released on a personal bond, carry potential penalties of up to five years in prison.
Dearbornistan Police Officer Alex Ramirez Took Bribes From Muslims to Fix Tickets
Mainstream media reports keep reporting these two officers’ incidents are unrelated. But they are, indeed, related. “Religion of Peace,” baby.
Dearbornistan, whatta country. When do we install the checkpoints? (Sadly, it’s too late for that. They’re all over the place and so are their third world “values.”)
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