Monday, June 22, 2009

Raed Al-Saif trys to bring a knife on a Tampa plane June 4th, Khaled Al-Saif released from Gitmo terror prison June 14th, both men from Saudi Arabia.


Raed Al-Saif trys to bring a knife on a Tampa plane June 4th, Khaled Al-Saif released from Gitmo terror prison on June 14th, both men from Saudi Arabia.

Raed Abduhl-Rahman Al-Saif was arrested June 4 as he tried to board US Airways Flight 1077 to Phoenix and Portland, Ore. with a 7" butcher knife, according to a criminal complaint. Raed Abduhl-Rahman Alsaif is from Saudi Arabia his date of birth is June 08, 1985 he is 24.

Raed Al-Saif has numerous arrests in the Tampa - Clearwater Fl area, a drug charge and several driving without a license charges, see click here and click here. Raed Al-Saif was tooling around the Tampa Bay area in a 1994 green Cadillac registered to the address of 401 w. Kennedy Blvd, box 04842. Tampa Fl 33606 which is the address of the University of Tampa.

Raed Abduhl-Rahman Alsaif, 24, is a 2003 graduate of the Islamic Saudi Academy in Alexandria, Va.,"Terror High", a madrasa, or Islamic school just outside Washington D.C., that has been accused in the past of supporting radical Islamic causes and having potential terrorist ties. Federal authorities would not comment on Alsaif's alleged ties to the Islamic Saudi Academy.
The Royal Embassy of Saudi Arabia, Washington, DC, USA......
Shura Council members appointed, February 14, 2009Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz today issued Royal Decree appointing 150 new members of the Majlis Al-Shura for a period of four years effective from the end of the current period of Majlis Al-Shura, #28 on the list is Dr. Khaled Abdulrahman Al-Saif.
Raed Abdulrahman Al-Saif is being held on No Bond in the Pinellas County jail. Raed Al-Saif had a prior felony drug charge in Tampa and his attorney of record was Daniel Foodman a partner in the law firm of Ferrell Law, PA Miami Fl and New York City NY and Ferrell Worldwide. This firm, Ferrell Worldwide, has done business for the crown prince of Kuwait and the Saudi Royal family . The law firm of Ferrell Worldwide is known for it’s lavish downtown Miami Offices on the 34th floor of the Crescent Miami Center at 201 S. Biscayne Blvd., for the last 18 years which costs at least $75,000 per month in rent. Since 2007 the Ferrell Worldwide firm has downsized considerably, It no longer has a yacht, it retrenched its foreign operations and several name partners have left but the full time chef appears to have stayed, they appear to bill in the $1,500 per hour range.
Khaled Saad Mohammed Al-Saif was recently releaed from Gitmo to Saudi Arabia for rehab, his release was arranged by the Saudi Royal Family, Khaled Al-Saif's family is from Al Tabia, Saudi Arabia.


JEDDAH: Three Saudi Guantanamo detainees arrived here yesterday morning after being released from the US-run detention center in Cuba. The trio brought the number of Saudi nationals released from the facility to 120 from a total of 130 Saudis held there since the controversial prison camp was established in southeastern Cuba in 2002.

The three inmates were identified as Khaled Saad Mohammed Al-Saif, Abdulaziz Kareem Al-Elee and Ahmed Zaid Salim Zuhair. The inmates families were informed and visitation arrangements have been made, said Interior Ministry spokesman Gen. Mansour Al-Turki. The Department of Defense reports Khaled Saad Mohammed Al-Saif was born on July 13, 1973 (he is 36), in Al Tabia, Saudi Arabia.

The inmates will be subjected to a judicial review before they undergo a rehabilitation program. Al-Turki said the Saudi government would continue all possible efforts to repatriate the remaining Saudi nationals held in Guantanamo despite the difficulties the government has faced as a result of some repatriated detainees fleeing the Kingdom to rejoin militant groups elsewhere.

Other former Guantanamo inmates were picked up by security forces … and are currently in Saudi custody, said a source who wished to remain anonymous.

The following primary factors favor continued detention of Khaled Saad Mohammed Al-Saif,
a. Commitment
The detainee left Saudi Arabia approximately two weeks after the 11 September 2001 attacks on the United States.

The detainee claimed to have spent 30 days in Tehran, Iran before traveling to Spin Boldak, Afghanistan to help Afghani refugees.
b. Connection/Associations
The detainee was identified by a key al Qaida facilitator as a Saudi national who arrived in Afghanistan after the 11 September 2001 terrorist attacks; via Iran and he traveled directly to Kabul Afghanistan.
The detainee was identified as staying at the Abu Hamza al Qaida guesthouse.
The detainee was identified by a senior al Qaida member as possibly having clerical status amongst Saudi fighters.
c. Other Relevant Data
The detainee was injured in the area of Spin Boldak, Afghanistan while purchasing food and supplies for refugees at a market While in the market, American forces began bombing the area. The detainee sustained his injuries during his attempt to seek shelter. According to the detainee, various groups of Taliban and al Qaida forces were present in the area resulting in the American attack. The detainee was captured while being treated at a hospital in Quetta, Pakistan.


Bill Warner
private investigator