March, 19 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

If Sima Salazar can be banned then why not Brescia Middle East?

Tony sub-contracted the fraud company Sima Salazar Group and owned most of its shares

The relationship between two fraud companies—Sima Salazar and Brescia Middle East is no more mysterious and vague. Sima Salazar was a construction company that embezzled multi-million dollars in contract frauds and under BME sub-contract Bennet Fouch and K5 Global swindled 5 million dollars of the US Corps of Engineers.

Raymond Azar, a Lebanese native was the President of Sima Salazar Group. He was arrested along with his employee Dinorah Cobos alias Sarah Lee for Tony’s shell companies after the success of a sting operation against them.

Tony Abi Saab is an owner of arms and weaponry company, Brescia Middle East and an important member of Sima Salazar. The relationship of Raymond and Tony is not publically exposed; they are in reality, close family relatives and partner in crimes. They are together involved in illicit trades like smuggling arms and weapons to the terrorist groups for profits, money laundering, and running ghost companies in war-prone countries.

Raymond was convicted in 2009 and was put behind the bars to serve a jail term of ten years and paid a penalty of $13 million. Tony Abi Saab was arrested in 2011 but escaped the heavy jail term by citing human rights violation and torture against the CIA and the FBI.

Sima Salazar has disappeared and shut down. Brescia Middle East is now banned from doing business in the United States but not in the Middle East, Europe and Asia. The US intelligence team wants him again and this time assures his conviction in the criminal court of the US.

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