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December 22nd, 2014
VIDEO…AMW John Walsh on Yaser Said Honor Killer. Yaser Abdel Said, 57, shot dead Amina, 18, and Sarah, 17, in a hotel parking lot in Irving, Texas, after driving them there in his taxi on January 1st, 2008. The girls were found slumped in the car, both with multiple gunshot wounds. In 911 calls moments before they died, Sarah told operators ‘Help! My dad shot me’ and ‘Oh my God, I’m dying’, it will be 7 years since the murders on January 1st 2015, see video above.
FBI Most Wanted Taxi Driver Yaser Said And His Sister Ghada Said Could Be Hiding in Plain Sight in ‘Little Egypt’ Astoria Queens NY. My investigation on Yaser Said has also been featured in major newspapers and TV news programs like the ‘UK Daily News’, the ‘NY Post‘, the ’NY Daily News‘, and “Fox News National“, INSIDE EDITION, MEGYN KELLY FOX NEWS and JOHN WALSH’s AMW. The Muslim underground in New York City is hiding Honor Killer Yaser Said and his sister Ghada Said and has been for years. Minor children Iman and Yousef Almetnawy were abducted by their non-custodial mother, Ghada Said. Their father, Hirsham Almetnawy, an immigrant from Egypt, had regular visitation rights, but Ghada Said fled with the children on August 25th, 1999. A felony warrant was issued for her on November 17, 1999. Ghada Said used a PO Box in Euless Texas jointly with YASSEIN SAID, who has known locations in Shrub Oak Westchester County NY. YASSEIN SAID had also shared a PO Box with Honor Killer Yaser Said in Texas, connect the dots.
Yaser Said family locations in New York State:
East Main St apart SHRUB OAK NY 10588 (11/15/2006)
Division St, AMSTERDAM, NY 12010 (11/15/2007)
PO Box, SHRUB OAK, NY 10588 (11/15/2007)
Ellis St, MOHEGAN LAKE, NY 10547 (04/01/2003)
Yaser Said’s brothers and a sister, Mohsen Abdul Said, Yassein Abdul Said, Yousri Abdel Said and Ghada Said had come to the New York State in 1983 after their father in Egypt had divorced their mother, remarried and started another family. The Said brothers moved to America to start a new life after being left with nothing by their father. Yaser Said had no secondary education and few skills he started driving a cab in New York State while his brother Yassein set up camp in Shrub Oaks NY just north of New York City, see Lisa Guerrero photo above.
October 24, 1998, In an interview with Sarah, the 8-year-old told deputies about her father’s alleged sexual molestation and said she was afraid of “her dad and his brothers…scared they will take her.” In Dallas County, he was charged with felony “retaliation” after Tissie filed a complaint alleging he threatened to kill her and take the children after being indicted on December 17, 1998, for “sexual penetration” of both girls. Yaser was not arrested for alleged retaliation until March 22, 2001. That charge was also dismissed after Tissie refused to cooperate with prosecutors and Yaser agreed to take an anger-management course.
Yaser had to ramp up the spending, he was finding it harder to lease cabs. Jack Beasley, manager at Yellow/Jet Cab, says that Yaser had been fired in August 2003. The company banned Yaser from future leasing because customers complained that he was “crazy,” Beasley says. “Other cab companies would not hire him because nobody wanted to work with him anymore.” King Cab owner Massoud Nasseri was an exception, and he continued to provide Yaser work. Nasseri, who came to the United States in the 1970s from Iran, says Yaser worked long hours, but would not leave the house unless Islam was there to make sure the girls stayed home at night. He worked the graveyard shift six or seven days a week. Never drew complaints. Never got scared. “He wasn’t a sissy man,” Nasseri says. “He worked night clubs, and he knew the danger of driving at night. He would work places others wouldn’t work.” And, according to Tissie, he always carried a gun.
Yaser kept both girls under constant scrutiny. Either he or brother Islam escorted them to the bus stop in the morning, picked them up after school, accompanied them to work and watched them clock in, then ushered them home. Yaser would leave to drive his taxi only after his daughters were in for the night. In the summer of 2007, both sisters got jobs at a Kroger a few blocks from their home, where Tissie had been working for about five months. “They were a joy to work with,” says their former boss. “They were my best employees.”
Amina met Eddie, an 18-year-old Hispanic who mowed lawns and was attending junior college. They started seeing each other from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. when she had tennis class, the only time they could get together. Amina warned Eddie: “My father is really psycho.” He continually asked his daughter if she was still a virgin. Amina told him, “Of course.” But, passionately in love, Amina and Eddie had started having sex. Their intimacy brought Amina anxiety. In November, she sent him a text-message saying that they had to talk immediately. “You’re probably going to think I’m dirty and won’t look at me the same way,” Amina said. “My dad had sex with me and my sister Sarah.” Crying and ashamed, Amina told Eddie it had ended about 10 years earlier.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com