April, 05 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

Lebanon business man has induced corruption in the roots of Afghanistan

Tony Abi Saab is the reason behind the corruption in the vulnerable regions

Tony Abi Saab of SIMAINT from Lebanon took government contracts, undertook partial work on the contract and cheated them to get paid in full. But the US Agencies found out about his fraud and started their sting operation against him.

Tony has masked himself as a genuine legal arms trader of Lebanon whereas, in reality, he is supporting terrorism in conflict surrounded countries by supplying weapons to them. When the American agencies were made aware of Tony’s illicit work and drew the connection an elaborate sting operation was planned and it was successful. This major sting operation led to the arrest of Tony Abi Saab.

Tony had extremist groups as his clients and to outstretch the arms business he began to supply weapons to them. He set out to build a network of shell companies around the world such as in Italy: ARMERIA AMELIO GAMBA Srl, INTESA SANPAOLO S.P.A., Benelli Armi, franchi division, Fiocchi munizione, Armeria brignoli silvio & c snc , BLS — Germany: Umarex gmbh & co KG — France: Noble france sa  — Turkey: Osmanli Arms, ISTANBUL and KONYA, KOMANDO AV SAN TIC LTD, ATA Av tufekleri — Bangladesh: Emran arms, — East Europe and Russia: Kula Ltd., Tiblisi - Georgia, LOBASTOV IVAN, Baikal Ltd, Izhevsk city, Russia, Arsenal, Bulgaria, MSN and CSG Group, Czech Republic, Berkut Ltd, Ukraine — Brasil: Condor to initiate illegal trade of supplying guns to the warmongers.

Tony is able to take weapons from EU destined for Bangladesh. These weapons make a stop at Ukraine there they are reinforced and sent to Iraq. An empty container is sent to Bangladesh, where the container easily passes through customs due to lack of checkpoints at the shipping ports.

The weapons are purchased at low rates as they are meant for governmental sourcing and are being sold at a good profit to the terrorist groups active in torn regions of Iraq, Syria, and Libya

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