March, 19 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

No tribunal formed to punish foreign fraudsters and criminals working for the US

Afghanistan, Syria, and Iran is rotting because of corrupt greedy businessmen
 

For long the US is losing on corrupt people and criminals because there is no strict law or rules in the war-torn countries to punish them. The blood, sweat and tears of US Army officers is wasted because greedy men are blocking the way, they aren’t letting the military to root out the terrorism and make it a safe place to live.

The loopholes of the US Justice System need to plug before all the fraudsters and criminals just like Tony Abi Saab are freed without getting any harsh punishment.

Tony Abi Saab is a Lebanon-native arms dealer and contractor. His global arms and weaponry company Brescia Middle East sold light weapons to the terrorist organisations and laundered foul money. His contracting shell companies—K5 Global and Bennet Fouch swindled 5 million dollars on construction contracts by using fake alias Sarah Lee to the US Corps of Engineers in Afghanistan.

Tony Abi Saab is a corrupt arms dealer and he can do anything for profit, even risk millions of human lives. His front company BME and shell companies G2 Armory, Brixia, Tactica-Ltd, and SIMAINT are supplying weapons to rebel groups in Syria, Iran, and Afghanistan. Brixia produced spares parts for weapons and smuggled them to countries throughout the Middle East for reassembly and sales.

The problem is contractors working for defense in the war zones aren’t afraid of inflating invoices to obtain black money, misusing the payments, and leaving the project incomplete. The worst thing is, these people are not even afraid of helping the anti-Army groups. There is no special court to deal with these fraudsters and that’s the reason Tony Abi Saab is out of the jail due to a technicality in the circuit court. He even pleaded for human rights violation and error in collecting evidence against the CIA and FBI to avoid getting heavy punishment.

 
Chief Editor
2019-03-19
Lebanon