Private Eye Kayla Sharrow takes aim on finding ‘Honor Killer” Yaser Said in New York City, Texas 'honor killer' Yaser Said could be hiding in plain sight as NYC cabbie says private eye Bill Warner who returns to NYC in September with a team of investigators.
Thursday, August 29, 2013
TIMES SQUARE NY: Honor Killer Yaser Said FBI Wanted Billboard Up in Lights in Times Square NY Call 212-384-1000 With Tips, Told You So. Bill Warner a Sarasota Fl private investigator believes an Egyptian-born cab driver suspected in the 2008 “honor killing” of his two daughters in Texas may be driving a taxi in New York City. UPDATE: 3 FLORIDA PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS WILL HIT THE ROAD FOR METRO NEW YORK CITY IN SEPTEMBER TO FIND HONOR KILLER TAXI DRIVER YASER SAID, SEE LINK CLICK HERE.
SARASOTA, Fla. — The Egyptian-born cab driver suspected in the 2008 “honor killing” of his two daughters in Texas because they were dating non-Muslim boys may be working at his old trade in New York, according to a private investigator who has tracked him. Yaser Said fled his Dallas-area home after allegedly shooting daughters Amina, 18, and Sarah Said, 17, on New Year’s Day in 2008 and is now on the FBI’s list of most-wanted fugitives.
Although he took his Egyptian passport and $9,000 when he bolted, Bill Warner, a private detective who has worked for Said’s sister-in-law, believes he never made it out of the country. With family ties to New York and a large community of his countrymen to blend into, Warner believes the odds are good the suspected killer is behind the wheel of a car for hire in the Big Apple. “It’s all he knows and I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he’s there working as a taxi driver,” Warner, who has worked on and off tracking Said, told FOXNews.com. “He could blend in at a metropolis like New York.”
Said’s brother, Yassein Said, lives just north of the city in Westchester County. Warner, who is based in Sarasota, Fla., believes the money Said took would not have been enough to flee to his native Egypt and set up a new life. “The brothers are really tight, so it’s likely they assisted him in some way,” Warner also said, adding that a few years ago he located a post office box in Westchester County under the names of Yaser Said and his brother. New York’s Taxi and Limousine Commission, which regulates yellow cabs as well as livery cars, requires criminal background checks conducted by the state for anyone applying for a license, according to a commission spokesman.