Sunday, December 30, 2007

Criminals Win in Dubai!

After a very long and drawn out battle at the courts the criminals won! That's the outcome of a two and a half year battle which one of the car fraud victims, described earlier, fought and lost. She lost to the infamous 4X4 Motors Showroom in Dubai which is known to purchase stolen cars from criminals. And not only did the victim lose her car and spent over 20,000 Dirhams in court fees but apparently the company 4x4 Motors now is claiming losses from the victim. The loss of what you may ask? The loss of the value of the stolen car which had been sitting at the 4x4 Motors for the past two and a half years. That's right. The criminals are unhappy because the stolen car which they purchased under the market value has depreciated over the course of the court battle so therefore they are not profiting as much as they would under normal conditions where the victim does not bother taking them to court.

This was the fate of one of the cases described below and it is also the result of pursuing such cases through the normal legal channels.

This is a prime example of the deficiency in the U.A.E. legal system. This system is incapable of protecting its residents from professional criminals who are continuing to rob the local residents in an organized manner.

The lesson that can be learned from this is to not bother with the courts nor the public prosecution department. The reason is because they are not competent enough nor have the correct laws to deal with professionally organized criminals. The victim will lose even more by taking this route.

One of the victims detected this problem early on and decided to pursue her case using a different route. That route, to appeal to Sheikh Mohammed himself.

Referring to the blog entries earlier, she had been called in by the advisor to the Attorney General in March 2007 and was told that Sheikh Mohammed's office had ordered them to look into this case. After passing her file around the public prosecution and essentially playing ping pong with it for about nine months that department has finally decided that they would grant her a meeting with the Attorney General himself.

However, she has also been granted a meeting with the Deputy Director of the Security Department of Sheikh Mohammed's office, to whom she intends to describe the role of the police department in all of this.

Let's see what happens...

4 Comments:

At 11 January, 2008 20:09, OpenID Youssef said...

From Shiite Used Car Dealers In
Tampa, Florida To Iraq Via Dubai:
Cars To Fund Terrorism
Story by Bill Warner
wbipi terrorism research ctr.

"A vital financial asset of the Muhammad Sadiq al-Sadr (Shiite) Mahdi army in Basra Port Iraq is
smuggled cars (from Dubai)purchased from the profits of stolen oil see The Guardian 11/17/07 and Al-Sharq al-Awsat 11/11/07 stories below".

There are numerous used car dealers in Tampa from Iraq and Gaza (Shiite) who are sending vehicles to the Middle East (Dubai) and then into Iraq in what appears to be in support of terrorism. The car smuggling appears to transcend Sunni and Shiite lines as both the Mahdi army and al-Qaeda in Iraq
rely heavily upon profits from the vehicles to continue with their terrorist activity.

"When night falls, the assassins gather in Hayaniya Square"

Ghaith Abdul-Ahad in Basra Saturday November 17, 2007
The Guardian;
Hayaniya Square in Basra is a busy intersection leading to a poor and run-down neighborhood. The square is dominated by a painting of six men dressed in casual trousers and jackets, behind whom loom the faces of Moqtada al-Sadr, the leader
of the Mahdi army, and his father, Muhammad Sadiq al-Sadr.

The six men, described on the mural as martyrs, are Mahdi army commanders who were killed by the British The day before our meeting, the energetic Iraqi army commander in the region, General Mohan, whose 8th division is in charge of security in Basra, banned illegally imported right-
hand drive cars from the streets of Basra.

The Mahdi army controls the ports and the smuggling of these cars. The ban was aimed at draining a vital financial asset of the militia. Within a few hours of
the ban, an Iraqi army checkpoint in Basra seized a smuggled car with some Mahdi gunmen inside.

"Basra-Iraq's Second Largest City
Controlled by Militias and Mafias"

11/11/2007
An anonymous reporter of the London-based daily al-Sharq al-Awsat, draws a grim picture about the situation in the port city of Basra, Iraq’s second largest city.

The city is controlled by religious parties-affiliated militias that roam the streets with their weapons to establish their influence on various segments of the life in the city and to enforce strict religious conduct. Most significantly,
the militias and mafias control the major ports on Shatt-al-Arab waterway for the smuggling of oil by dhows, motor boats and small tankers whose lack of maintenance has caused the complete pollution
of the river.

The smuggling starts by drilling holes in the main oil pipeline which carries oil to oil terminals which causes more pollution on the ground.

Money gained from the smuggling of oil is used to import cars and contraband material. In one port, there are currently 4000 cars which fall below the
specifications established by the government, smuggled by one of the controlling families in that
particular port.

The police force’s loyalty is to the militias rather than to the government. The commander of police in the city said 3500 police offers draw salaries while staying at home. He added that there is not a single major crime
committed in the city in which a police vehicle of personnel is not involved.

Al-Sharq al-Awsat,
London, November 11, 2007.

"Sheibani Network" led by Abu Mustafa Al-Sheibani and "Qazali Network" led by Qayis Khazali, Shiite terrorists working out of Basra Iraq, funded by Iran's Quads Force and smuggled cars, were responsible for the Karbala raid on Jan 20th 2007, 5
US Soldiers were killed

The Karbala raid, as explained by the Iraqi and U.S. officials, began after nightfall Jan. 20, while U..S. military officers were meeting with their Iraqi
counterparts on the main floor of the Provisional Joint Coordination Center in Karbala.

Iraqi officials said the armored black GMC Suburbans were waved through an Iraqi checkpoint
at the city's edge. The Iraqi soldiers believed it to be American because of the type of vehicles, the distinctive camouflage U.S. uniforms and the fact that they spoke English. One Iraqi official said the team leader was blond, but no other official confirmed that.

BAGHDAD, Iraq - A license plate from a car registered to Iraq's minister of trade was found on
an SUV used by the gunmen who killed five American soldiers in the city of Karbala on Saturday, an Iraqi police official said Monday.

Maj. Gen. Qais al-Maamuri, a police commander in Hilla, said the plate had been stolen from a BMW that belongs to Abdul Falah al-Sudani, a member of the Shiite Muslim Dawa Party. He said Sudani
wasn't a suspect in the attack.

The "Special Groups" operate throughout Iraq. They planned and executed a string of bombings,
kidnappings, sectarian murders and more against Iraqi citizens, Iraqi forces and coalition personnel.

They receive arms -- including explosively formed penetrators, the most deadly form of improvised explosive device -- and funding from Iran. They also
have received planning help and orders from Iran.

One group leader was Azhar Dulaymi, whom coalition forces killed May 19. Bergner said the
terrorist led the Jan. 20 attack on the Provincial Joint Coordination Center in Karbala that killed five U.S. soldiers. Dulaymi worked closely with Ali Musa Daqduq and Qayis Khazali, two men with direct links to Iran.

Coalition forces captured Daqduq on March 20. “He is Lebanese-born and has served for the past 24
years in Lebanese Hezbollah,” Bergner said. “He was in Iraq working as a surrogate for Iranian Revolutionary Guards Corps Quds Force operatives
involved with special groups.”

Daqduq, a member of Hezbollah in Lebanon since 1983, served as a bodyguard for Hezbollah leader
Sayyad Hassan Nazrullah. He also led Hezbollah operations in large areas of Lebanon, Bergner said.

“In 2005, he was directed by senior Lebanese Hezbollah leadership to go to Iran and work with the Quds Force to train Iraqi extremists,” the general said.

“In May 2006, he traveled to Tehran with Yussef Hashim, a fellow Lebanese Hezbollah and head of their operations in Iraq. There they met with the commander and deputy commander of the Iranian Quds Force special external operations.”

Daqduq also helped the Quds Force in training Iraqis inside Iran. “Quds Force, along with Hezbollah instructors train approximately 20 to 60 Iraqis at a time, sending them back to Iraq organized into these special groups,” he said. “They are being
taught how to use (explosively formed penetrators), mortars, rockets, as well as intelligence, sniper and kidnapping operations.”

The Quds Force also supplies the groups with weapons and vehicles and a funding stream of between $750,000 to $3 million a month. “Without this support, these special groups would be hard-pressed to conduct their operations in Iraq,” Bergner said.

When captured, Daqduq had detailed documents that discussed tactics to attack Iraqi and coalition forces. “He also had a personal journal that shows
his involvement with extremist operations in Iraq,” the general said. “His diary also notes meeting with special group members who were targeting other
Iraqis and coalition forces in the Diyala province using IEDs, as well as small-arms fire.”

Khazali was captured with Daqduq. He was in charge of these groups throughout Iraq since June 2006. He is an Iraqi who worked to develop the Iraqi groups into a network similar to Hezbollah.

“It is important to point out that both Ali Musa Daqduq and Qayis Khazali state that senior
leadership within the Quds Force knew of and supported planning for the eventual Karbala attack
that killed five coalition soldiers,” Bergner said. “Ali
Musa Daqduq contends the Iraqi special groups could not have conducted this complex operation
without the support and direction of the Quds Force.

The 5 American SUV's appear to have come through Dubai.

“Ali Musa Daqduq and Qayis Khazali both confirm that Qayis Khazali authorized the operation and Azhar al Dulaymi, (killed) executed the operation.

Research by Private Investigator Bill Warner
WWW.WBIPI.COM

 
At 08 May, 2008 14:39, Anonymous Anonymous said...

liarss

 
At 28 November, 2008 09:35, Blogger whoissecretdubai said...

http://dubaimedia.blogspot.com/2008/11/farewell-to-itp-arms.html

 
At 17 February, 2010 05:57, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice story you got here. I'd like to read something more about that theme. The only thing it would also be great to see here is a few pics of any gizmos.
Alex Stepman
Phone jammers

 

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