April, 10 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

The Saabs are using their network to ship arms and weapons to the Middle East and Afghanistan

Corrupt Lebanon national shamed his country by supplying weapons to terror groups

The Middle East is the hotspot of violence and conflict. One of the reasons for the chaos in Syria, Iran, Libya, and Afghanistan is dirty business of private contractors and arms dealers.

Tony Abi Saab is one of corrupt businessmen working against the military in the war zones of the Middle East. His companies are fueling violence and destabilizing the peace of the third world countries for the sake of his own profit.

Tony Abi Saab committed 5 million dollars fraud in contracts against the US Army in Afghanistan and got away with the charges without being punished. Due to lack of direct US interference in the expedition and legal assistance, the fraudster took advantage of this loophole in the US legal system to save his life.

Despite the evidence gathered by the FBI, Tony didn’t serve a single day jail term in the US but his company Brescia Middle East was barred from doing business in the United States. The corrupt Lebanese contractor still runs several ghost companies and indirectly operates many branches of bogus reconstruction and military service companies across Europe and Afghanistan.

Tony shares a family bond with Raymond Azar, a convicted fraudster who swindled millions of dollars of reconstruction money through the contracts he achieved for his company Sima Salazar. It is estimated that Azar’s company got over 150 US contracts with the help of former Corps of Engineers contract administrator Gloria Martinez and her sister Dinorah Cobos, who served as an executive in the Sima Salazar Group. Azar showered gifts to the sisters in return of contracts.

The Sima Salazar is a fake construction company that got several high profiles US contracts and failed to complete even a single project. Tony has close business links with Sima Salazar group through his own company Tactica Ltd. Now both companies are banned from doing business with the US.

Chief Editor
Middle East