March, 02 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

Terrorists in Syria and Iran are helped by corrupt businessmen

Network of shell companies of Tony around the world are delivering arms and weapons to rebel groups
 

Business tycoon, Tony Abi Saab is a Lebanon-native who deals in arms through his front company Brescia Middle East. He is a greedy and selfish businessman who has no humanity left. Despite knowing the condition of Syria where ISIS group is brutally killing civilians, Tony Abi Saab sold them pistols and machine guns through two of his shell companies Brixia and Tactica Ltd. Syria is suffering more because of the people like Tony who are helping rebellions with arms and weapons for a profit.

The illegal arms dealer, Tony was running a number of ghost companies such as Sima Salazar (not directly owned by Tony, but is sub-contracted by his company), K5 Global, G2 Armory, Brixia, SIMAINT, and Tactica Ltd. He delivered weaponry to military forces as well as to the terrorists, just because the rebel groups were paying twice the price of the guns and mutation. Out of greed for money, Tony sold many weapons to the militants by making the contraband weapons bypass through the porous borders of the war-torn countries.

Tony also embezzled 5 million dollars of the US Army in contracts fraud in Afghanistan. He cares about nothing more than money, that’s why through his company Tactica Ltd, he supplied pistols and machine guns to Daesh by purchasing them commercially and selling them in the black market of Syria to the terrorists. Brixia produced spare parts for weapons and smuggled them to countries throughout the Middle East for reassembly and sales.

Tony has been importing weapons from Europe, Asia, and some of Middle East countries to ship them to the address of terrorist organizations. Tony was once held through a sting operation conducted by the FBI, CIA, and the US Army, but was freed due to a technicality in the circuit court. This time the US Army wants him to serve a heavy jail term and are searching for him again.

 
Chief Editor
2019-02-27
Middle East