In Dallas County, Yaser Said was charged with felony “retaliation” after Tissie filed a complaint alleging he threatened to kill her and take the children after being indicted on December 17, 1998, for “sexual penetration” of both girls. But the charges were dropped on January 12, 1999, when Amina and Sarah recanted, saying they had lied about the abuse because they didn’t like their school. Yaser Said was not arrested for alleged retaliation until March 22, 2001. That charge was also dismissed after Tissie refused to cooperate with prosecutors and Yaser Said agreed to take an anger-management course, "that sure worked out swell".
A week before Christmas 2007, Yaser Said dropped his leased taxi off at the King Cab body shop in Deep Ellum, leaving without paying back fees of $700 or $800. King Cab owner Nasseri didn’t worry. Yaser, who had leased taxis from him for about seven years, usually traveled to Egypt over the slow holiday period. He made up the deficit when he returned.
On January 1st, 2008 Patricia “Tissie” Said had brought her two daughters back to the Said house in Lewisville TX. Amina Said had only been home only minutes when her father, Yaser Said, had hustled both girls into his taxi. Yaser Said had confronted Sarah and asked if she was having sex with her boyfriend. She said yes.
Yaser Said shot and killed both girls on January 1st, 2008 and fled Irving Texas, a source with the American Embassy in Cairo says Yaser Said has not entered Egypt on his own passport, there have been no hits on Yaser Said leaving the USA, so where is he. Yaser Said had been very close to his 3 brothers, one of the brothers owns property in Westchester County NY, just north of Metro NYC.
Texas ‘honor killing’ suspect Yaser Said could be hiding in plain sight as NYC Taxi Driver ..Fox News – May 30, 2012 The Egyptian-born cab driver suspected in the 2008 “honor killing” of his two daughters in Texas because they were dating non-Muslim boys may be working at his old trade in New York, according to a private investigator who has tracked him.
In 1985, Wadih El-Hage married April Ray, an American convert to Islam, in Tucson, Arizona. "She was so beautiful he was so happy," remembers his mother-in-law, Marion Brown, a nurse who had also converted to Islam...Brown recalls Wadih El-Hage fondly as a "devoted husband, a wonderful father, and a wonderful son-in-law," but says that despite his degree in urban planning, Wadih El-Hage was able to find only menial jobs - at a Dunkin Donuts, as a custodian, and as a cab driver, he moved his family to Arlington TX in 1991.
On January 23rd 1992, Wadih El-Hage is briefly arrested and detained by police in Arlington, Texas, for a traffic violation and for writing several bad checks, Wadih El-Hage had been workng as a cab driver. Police records show the driver of the car is Marwan Salama. From late 1992 until about a month before the World Trade Center bombing in February 1993 (see February 26, 1993), more than two dozen calls were placed from phones used by the bombers to an Arlington number used by Salama. On the run murder suspect and cab driver Yaser Said and his three brothers are living in the Arlington Texas area in 1992.
In September 1997, Wadih El Hage and his wife left the country and returned to America, Wadih El Hage moved back to the suburban community of Arlington, Texas and got a job in a local tire store. The family moved into a small apartment near the University of Texas, Park Row Dr #253, Arlington, TX, and the children enrolled in a local Muslim school.
Eventually, Wadih El-Hage would make false statements in September and October 1997 to both the FBI and the grand jury that was investigating Osama bin Laden regarding his role in Al Qaeda. At some date prior to this, Wadih El-Hage had returned to the Arlington Texas, United States.
29 May 2001: Four Al Qaeda fighters - Wadih El-Hage, Mohammed Sadiq Odeh, Rashed Daoud al-Owhali and Khaffan Khamis Mohammed - were convicted in a US court in New York of participating in the conspiracy that destroyed the US embassies in Kenya and Tanzania in August 1998. Each will be imprisoned for life. Stanly Cohen was the NYC attorney for Wadih El-Hage.
The men convicted of conspiring in the United States Embassy bombings in Kenya and Tanzania in 1998, clockwise from top left: Wadih El-Hage, Khalfan Khamis Mohamed, Mohamed Rashed Daoud al-’Owhali and Mohammed Saddiq Odeh.
One of the addresses that a younger Said brother is linked to is in Mohegan Lake, New York, that home is owned by a Muslim man who runs an Arabic translation company. The Mohegan Lake home owner was one of the Arabic interpreters in the USA V Al Qaeda 1998 case. The Mohegan Lake Arabic translator worked for the defendant Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali and WADIH EL HAGE (who just happens to be from Arlington Texas, same as all of the Said brothers).
The Arabic interpreter appeared to create some confusion in the case for the defendants Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali and WADIH EL HAGE, one of the defense attorneys was recently indicted on income tax charges, Stanley Cohen in NYC.
Yaser Abdel Said was in the same part of Arlington Texas in 1992 to 1993 as Wadih El Hage. They both worked as cab drivers and more than likely went to the same Egyptian Mosque, the Central Arlington Mosque in Arlington, Texas where El Hage and his family worshiped for years. It now calls itself the Islamic Society of Arlington. Wadih El Hage was Osama bin-Laden's personal secretary in the Sudan prior to the 1998 US Embassy bombings and Wadih Al Hage went to prison (for life) for his part in the bombings.
USA v. Al Qaeda Docket, October 20, 2000 - Defendant Mohamed Rashed Daoud Al-Owhali present attorneys Robert Tucker and David I. Bruck,. Three of the Said brothers have had apartments near Wadih Al Hage in Arlington TX during the the same time frame -- the early 1990's and then 1997 to 1998 while Wadih was facing trial as a member of al Qaeda. The Arabic translator for Wadih El Hage's defense team who did translations of the surveillance wire taps in the trial of Wadih El Hage is also from the same part of the Dallas Fort Worth area as Wadih El Hage and all of the Said brothers.
WADIH EL-HAGE aka WADIH HAGE
West St, Arlington, TX 76010 (06/01/1996)
Park Row Dr #253, Arlington, TX 76010 (06/01/1993)
Fort Lowell Rd #112, Tucson, AZ 85719 (02/01/1989)
NEWSDAY ARTICLE ON STANLEY COHEN; Stanley Cohen, with a full beard and long gray ponytail, works from a third-floor loft on Avenue D on the Lower East Side. He has represented Moataz Al-Hallak, a former Arlington, Texas, imam with suspected ties to the bin Laden organization. The most notable of them is Wadih el-Hage, who was convicted of conspiracy in the 1998 twin U.S. Embassy bombings in East Africa and whom Cohen says prosecutors have described as bin Laden’s professional secretary. Cohen says that three years ago at el-Hage’s home in Kenya, the CIA found a mailing list that included the Arlington mosque. “Did my client get faxes from bin Laden or Waleed [sic] at his mosque? Yes.
Moataz al-Hallak was imam of the mosque operated by the Islamic Association of Arlington. Stanley Cohen was retained by al-Hallak when the religious leader was ordered three times to appear before a federal grand jury investigating his friend, Wadih el Hage, the Arlington resident and Fort Worth tire repairman during in 1997 later convicted of conspiracy in the Aug. 7, 1998, terrorist bombing of the U.S. Embassy in Kenya.
The Dallas Morning News reported that Moataz Al Hallak, photo above, had encouraged young men from Arlington to go to Afghanistan to fight in the holy jihad against the Soviets. The Central Arlington Mosque and Al Hallak were also listed on a contact list for the Alkifah Refugee Center in Brooklyn, a front for Al-Qaeda, which was an organization designed to help veterans (terrorists) from the Afghan war. But the Alkifah Refugee Center in Brooklyn was also headed by several men who have been convicted in the World Trade Center bombing case.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com