Sunday, December 29, 2013
Yaser Abdel Said the FBI’s Most Wanted Honor Killer, suspected of killing his two daughters, is thought to be hiding in the New York City area, he has a brother in Shrub Oak NY, and very possibly driving a taxi cab for cash under the radar, driving cab is all Yaser Abdel Said knows. On the day of the murder, 1/01/2008, Yaser Abdel Said took his Egyptian Passport and the $9,000 in cash and nothing else and then took the girls for a ride in the cab, this was all premeditated and a plan was in play, who were the other players? Yaser Abdel Said called brother Mohsen Said, on his cell phone after the murders to meet for coffee (“coffee” meant trouble, need help), the 3 other brothers are tight with Yaser and would help.
Wanted and on the run Ghada Abdel Said is the sister of Honor Killer Yaser Said who is wanted by the FBI. A felony warrant was issued for Ghada Said on November 17, 1999. Ghada Said used a PO Box in Euless Texas jointly with YASSEIN SAID, who has known locations in Westchester NY. YASSEIN SAID had also shared a PO Box with Honor Killer Yaser Said in Texas, connect the dots. Photos of his sister Ghada Said and her children Iman and Yousef Almetnawy were found inside Yaser Said’s residence AFTER he murdered his daughters on Janaury 1st 2008. Yaser Said is the oldest brother of Yassein Said, Mohsen Said and Yousri Said. Yaser and Ghada Said could be hiding in Metro New York City.
Yassein Said’s black Nissan Pathfinder SUV
: Murder in the Family: Honor Killing in America FOX News reporter Gregg Jarrett had a run in with Yassein Said the brother of murder suspect Yaser Abdel Said in Shrub Oak Westchester County NY and the two almost came to blows. FOX News reporter Gregg Jarrett believes this brother of Yaser Abdel Said knows where he is hiding. If I was based in Metro New York City as a private investigator I would have 24/7 surveillance on Yassein Said in Shrub Oak NY he has to know where honor killer Yaser Said and the sister Ghada Said is hiding and working.
Yaser Said married Patricia “Tissie” Owens in 1987, he was 30 she was 15, from the start Yaser Said was obsessed with young females. Tissie’s sister, aunts and cousins believed Yaser was wedding Tissie to stay in America. His visa was about to expire, and they had known each other only a week. Yaser Said later received permanent residency. After the ceremony, Gail Gartrell says, several Arabic men approached American women in the parking lot and asked if they were interested in marriage.
Six years ago on January 1st, 2008, Patricia Owens-Said’s teenage daughters, Amina and Sarah Said — bright, popular honor students and athletes at Lewisville High School — were killed in a cab in a New Year’s Day shooting at an Irving hotel parking lot. “That was the day I lost my whole family, and my life as I knew it was gone forever,” Patricia Owens said, her voice trembling as she spoke at a benefit for the Muslim Community Center for Human Services. “The murderer was my husband, and those girls were my beautiful, brilliant, talented daughters.” Patricia Owens, who divorced Yaser Said in 2009, converted to Islam after her daughters’ deaths.
Yaser Said, an Egyptian-born cab driver, fled after the killings and remains on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. Some of Patricia Owens’ estranged Muslim relatives have loudly and publicly speculated that Yaser Said’s Muslim religion drove him to commit the slayings and that they were honor killings born of his belief that Western culture had corrupted the chastity of his daughters. She said she does not know what drove Said to kill, noting that he wasn’t religious and that Islam does not condone the killing of innocents. She does, however, say he was obsessed with his daughters becoming what he considered too Westernized. “He would say things like, ‘They’re becoming too American.’”
Patricia Owens said Yaser Said’s Muslim brothers convinced her that she and the girls shouldn’t fear him and that they would protect them. She said his Muslim brothers also said that she and the girls should stay in the family’s home and that Yaser Said could stay with his Muslim relatives. January 1st, 2008, the girls and their father left to get something to eat. The next day, Amina, 18, and Sarah, 17, were found shot to death in a cab their father had borrowed at an Irving hotel. In the years since her daughters’ deaths, Patricia Owens said, she has been subjected to constant threats and harassment from her ex-husband’s Muslim family members. “They have put out to the media that my girls were bad — going to bars, being sexually active, and other lies, just to try to make it seem like their brother had a reason for his behavior,” she said.
Several years ago, Patricia Owens said, someone broke into her home and took birth certificates, passports and photos that belonged to her children. A short time later, she said, Said’s family spirited her mentally handicapped son, Islam Said, away to Egypt, a feat she said couldn’t have been done unless they had his passport. When she heard from him months later, she said, he had been manipulated into believing that she was to blame for the deaths of the girls. He returned to the U.S. in April 2011, she said. She still hasn’t seen him, though they’ve spoken on the phone. Still, she fears Yaser Said will return and kill her, too.