April, 05 2019 /Politics, Law & Society

ISIS gets hi-tech weapons from Tony Abi Saab’s company

Tony is helped by his criminal friends in shipping and smuggling of weapons to the terrorists

The trafficking of contraband weapons is rapidly increasing and incompetent governments are doing least to regulate and reform old arms and trade laws. Black market and dark web, used by criminals and terrorists to get weapons and illegal accessories directly, was already trouble for the government to deal with, now the wars have increased the pressure of security of civilians.

Since violence and conflicts in the Middle East have ignited, even the white-collared businessman Tony Abi Saab is lured of earning profits from the wars. He began with selling weapons to the military forces but his greed for wealth increased and he started dealing in arms and weapons with the terrorist groups in Syria, Iran, and Afghanistan. His main company Brescia Middle East, an international arms and weapons dealer illegally sold weapons to the rebel groups for the profit.

Beside BME, Tony has several ghost companies likeK5 Global,  Bennet-Fouch, Tactica Ltd Afghanistan, Brixia, G2 Armory, and SIMAINT, which sell weapons and related accessories to rebel groups and launders money through BME. The bank transactions and account details are handled by Tony’s banker friend in Kaslick. His front company, BME was importing weapons from its Italian supplier--Beretta and Tanfoglio.

The business partners of Tony are in Italy-- ARMERIA AMELIO GAMBA Srl, INTESA SANPAOLO S.P.A., Benelli Armi, franchi division, Fiocchi munizione, Armeria brignoli silvio & c snc , BLS; in Germany-- Umarex gmbh & co KG; in France-- Noble france sa; in Turkey-- Osmanli Arms, ISTANBUL and KONYA, KOMANDO AV SAN TIC LTD, ATA Av tufekleri, in Bangladesh-- Emran arms; in Georgia-- Kula Ltd., Tiblisi; in Russia-- LOBASTOV IVAN, Baikal Ltd, Izhevsk city; in Bulgaria—Arsenal; in Czech Republic--MSN and CSG Group; in Ukraine--Berkut Ltd; in Brasil—Condor, which receive their share of profits through money wiring.


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