March, 19 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

Money launderer and war crime accused Tony Abi Saab arrested by the US Army

Illegal arms dealer Tony sells weapons to Anti-army groups

Many people are making profits out of wars, so why would they ever want them to end? Powerful businessmen are helping military forces with weapons and guns and they are doing the same for the terrorists.

One deprave trader Tony Abi Saab of Lebanon defrauded 5 millions of US military forces in the contracts fraud in Afghanistan, supplied weapons to the rebel groups active in Syria, Iran, and Yemen, and laundered millions through his front company Brescia Middle East. He is fuelling the violence and conflicts in States afflicted with terrorists to carve out money from the battle.

Though the United States has banned Tony’s arms company Brescia Middle East, and his fake companies—K5 Global, Brixia, Bennet-Fouch, SIMAINT and G2Armory, from doing any business there, Tony is looking for other countries to expand his illegal businesses. Tony weighs profits with human lives.

Money laundering has been existing for many decades, the problem is that nobody has yet found a rigid solution for this issue. A recent report of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime says that somewhere between $800 billion and $2 trillion goes through the rinse cycle every year. That’s if calculated, is almost 2 to 5 percent of the entire planet’s GDP!

BME launders foul money of its shell companies. It legally imports weapons to Lebanon from mainly Italian firms—Beretta and Tanfoglio to later reroute to Syria, Iran, or Afghanistan to the terrorist organizations. He has established several shell companies, one of these companies is Brixia that produced spare parts for weapons and smuggled them to countries throughout the Middle East for reassembly and sale. Tony has done a war crime by helping terrorists with arms and weapons but he is still out of jail and expanding his business around the world.

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