September 21, 2009, - 2:42 pm
So, a top Dubaian executive–who is a woman–is murdered in her New York City condo . . . in a Dubai-owned hotel. I don’t believe for a second that this was just a random act committed by hotel worker, Derrick W. Praileau, 29, of the Bronx, solely of his own volition. Muslim Arabs have a history of exploiting Black guys and making them take the fall (remember slavery and who sold them into it?). And this fits the M.O.
Did Dubai Royalty Get Derrick Praileau to Murder Sara Bejjani?
On Saturday, the body of Andree “Sara” Bejjani was found on Saturday in a 10th-floor apartment at the Jumeirah Essex House hotel. Ms. Bejjani wasn’t just anyone. The Lebanese-born Obama campaign volunteer headed Royal Investments, LLC, which advised wealthy Arabs on investments.
The economy is bad, and a woman is disposable, especially a woman whose advice might not have helped any of her wealthy clients in this bad economy. Especially a woman who has been photographed in “immodest” spaghetti strap gowns. She probably “deserved to die” in their eyes. And I don’t think it’s just a “coincidence” that she was easily murdered in the Essex House that happens to be owned by the same country where many of her clients were apparently based.
Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, now the ruler of Dubai, owns the hotel and has since 2005. Don’t think for a second that he wouldn’t help out a friend who wanted to murder that “kalbeh” (bitch/female dog) that lost the friend’s money or wouldn’t sleep with him. Don’t forget how his fellow UAE prince, Sheikh Issa bin Zayed Al Nahyan (brother of the UAE’s Crown Prince), brutally tortured a farmer he claimed ripped him off of $5,000 in grain, and videotaped it to watch it with friends.
The Essex House is one of New York’s swankiest hotels–or at least, it was. I once stayed there as a kid, when my family went on a winter vacation trip to New York City (and at the time it was NOT owned by Muslim Sheikhs and princes and didn’t have “Jumeirah” in its name). The security there is very tight because of its reputation and the fact that so many celebs stay there.
I doubt that this man, Praileau, was able to get the key to the apartment she was subletting from her sister, just because he works there. I think someone got it for him . . . someone from Dubai or someone connected with the Dubaian government. That’s how they settle scores there. And don’t think for a minute that they let our borders and American soil get in the way, especially if they own the property and can easily take care of business and blame it on a Black guy.
Praileau just doesn’t fit the profile of a minority hotel worker rapist:
Sean Johnson, 32, a construction worker who lives across the hall from Mr. Praileau in the Parkchester section of the Bronx, said that Mr. Praileau lived with his wife and two children in the four-story brick apartment building. “They’re quiet,” Mr. Johnson said. “They barely ever do anything. He rarely comes outside unless he’s going to work or to the store.”
Yes, Praileau probably did attack her with a knife and try to rape her, and he’s confessed to it. But I think that was the plan–to make it look like the married Bronx-based, poor, working-class stiff and father was looking for some action on the side and killed her in the ensuing struggle. But I’ll bet he was put up to this, recruited, and likely paid off by one of our royal friends in “liberal” Muslim Dubai. Praileau was seen on hotel cameras and use of the room key was registered by computers. If he was trying to get away with a crime, he sure didn’t act like it. He acted more like a guy willing to get caught . . . and take a fall for someone else. It’s all a little too convenient and tidy.
Remember, the UAE cretins financed the 9/11 attacks from there and gave the 19 hijackers documents and IDs to help them murder nearly 3,000 Americans. Compared to that, this is a chump change no-brainer.
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