Sunday, March 15, 2009

Dearborn Cop Laundered Bribes From Hezbollah Financier?

Hezbollahstan, USA: Dearbornistan Cop Laundered Bribes From Hezbollah Financier? Cheated on Taxes/Was City's Terrorism Cop; Dearbornistan Cop Takes Muslim Bribes to Fix Tix

by Debbie Schlussel

The criminal charges against two different Dearbornistan, Michigan cops, today--neither of them Muslim--illustrate the reach of Islamic corruption when Muslims control a city.

First, there is the arrest and charges against Dearborn Police Officer Gino Soave for tax evasion. Sadly, neither pan-Islamist Republican Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox--who charged him--nor the federal authorities are saying what's really going on here. But I think I know, and it's apparently tied to Hezbollah and a Shi'ite Islamic drug dealer.

For a long time, Soave was Dearbornistan's "counterterrorism" officer. But, at the same time, he was also the partner of--and, many say, co-conspirator with--fired Dearborn police officer Daniel Saab, a Lebanese Shi'ite Muslim who was Dearborn's Muslim community policing officer and who featured Hezbollah posters at his office in the Dearborn public library. Saab was convicted for the criminal stalking of a Michigan State Senator, and his testimony at that trial places him at the firebombing of a Dearbornistan City Councilman's car.

Yet, somehow, despite all of this, he somehow remained on the Dearbornistan police force. Actually, not really "somehow"--both he and Officer Gino Soave were protected by then-Dearbornistan Mayor Michael Guido, who was taking bribes from indicted fugitive Hezbollah financier Talal Chahine and apparently other Dearbornistan Hezbollah agents I've written about on this site.

Saab was well-known as Guido's and Chahine's enforcer and did that work for other Shi'ite Muslims under investigation by the feds for Islamic terrorism. Hassan Harajli, the controversial Muslim gas station owner under such investigation, allegedly sent Saab and another Dearborn police officer (which may have been Soave) to Harajli's sister's house to either rough up, set up, or kill her husband, after they lent Harajli over half a million dollars, according to his sister.

Saab showed up at her house uninvited, she says, and he eventually arrested her husband for no legitimate reason. Part of the story is backed up in press accounts, and criminal court cases against Mr. Harajli and two other men he sent to beat and allegedly kill his brother-in-law. Mr. Harajli also had Hezbollah operatives kidnap his brother-in-law.
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