Sunday, March 06, 2011

Sarasota Flipper Neil Husani arrested and relesed on bond in Amman Jordan "skipped" and is now a wanted fugitive.

 
Between January 2005 and March 2006, Neil Husani, whose business dealings have caused a 37 count Federal indictment and now wanted by the by the FBI, Sarasota Flipper Neil Husani arrested and relesed on bond in Amman Jordan "skipped" and is now a wanted fugitive. 

From June 2004 to March 2006, Neil Husani bought nearly 2,000 acres of land in Sarasota and Manatee counties for $42.5 million and resold the land to Michael Tringali, frequently on the same day, for $117 million. The co-conspirators then used the high sale values to obtain $83 million in loans, or about $40 million more than they paid for the acreage.

Of the four men indicted in the multi-million dollar property flipping scheme in Sarasota Fl, only Neil Mohammad Husani has not been convicted. Neil Husani was last known to be in Amman, Jordan, where he was arrested and released on bail in 2009, it was heard to be $50,000.

Neil Mohammad Husani "Skipped On Bail" in Amman Jordan, he is a wanted fugitive, this would be a good job for "Dog the Bounty Hunter" Neal Mohammad Husani fled the country in 2006, before he was indicted or charged with mortgage fraud. http://www.searchasota.com/article/20060323/BUSINESS/603230637

Neal Mohammad Husani was not arrested, in Jordan, until 2009. http://www.time.com/time/nation/article/0,8599,1892230,00.html  

 


Neal Mohammad Husani was later released on bail, but government prosecutors say he will be  extradited to the United States, not as of this date, he is a wanted fugitive in Jordan. http://www.heraldtribune.com/article/20090811/ARTICLE/908111054/2055/NEWS?Title=Nardelli-sentenced-to-4-years-in-prison  

Muslim commercial real estate flipper Neil Mohamed Husani, who almost single handedly triggered an economic downturn in Sarasota Fl and jeopardised several Sarasota banks, is living the high life in Amman Jordan with his scamed Millions of Sarasota dollars sitting in the terrorist linked "Arab Bank" !


TAMPA -August 10, 2009  Larry Nardelli, convicted of helping Neil Mohammad Husani and two others in a multimillion-dollar mortgage fraud scheme sentenced to 4 years in prison.  Nardelli, who is likely to appeal the judge's decision, is the third of four co-conspirators to be sentenced to prison for his role in a series of fraudulent deals in which values of raw land were grossly inflated through property flips, allowing group members to collect $83 million in loans from area banks.

TAMPA.. US prosecutors' and investigators' careers are at stake. And now, by skipping out on his bail agreement, Neil Husani is a fugitive from Jordanian as well US justice. When will  Neal Mohammad Husani be extradited to the US to face charges, despite the lack of a formal extradition treaty between Jordan and the US.




Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl.