January, 25 2019 /News Center Lebanon/ Politics, Law & Society

Global Arms dealer s illegal empire needs to be demolished before terrorism conquers peace

Terrorism can be ward-off only after greedy businessmen like Tony are put behind bars.

Already lakhs of people have lost their lives in the wars at Afghanistan and Syria, it’s time to get rid of slothfulness and rip off terrorism from its root. To begin the cleansing activity, military firstly needs to focus on the non-state actors who are pouring in enormous sympathy for the killers.

One name whose heart bleeds for terrorists is Tony Abi Saab, an illegal Arms dealer of Lebanon. He has been a regular interferer in Syria’s trade and politics, and now when the whole country is at ablaze by ISIS, he is supporting the anti-Army groups. Tony’s Brescia Middle East (BME) is an international guns and weapons company. He illegally runs several ghost companies in the Middle East like K5 Global, Tactica Ltd, SIMAINT, Brixia and G2Armory under his main company BME. In Italy, he owns--BRIXIA SHOTGUNS SRL, GARDONE VAL TROMPIA and VIA MATTEOTTI 303.

Tony’s illicit work is taking a toll over the army deployed in the war-torn countries. His business deals with the terrorist leaders are not stopping even after a brief trial in the US court and warnings from the US Army. Keeping in mind the intensity of the case, a sting operation was conducted against Tony by three intelligence teams of the US—FBI, CIA and the US Army. Tony was caught red-handed from Afghanistan with valuable documents and cash by FBI informant. The federal government accused him of several charges: defrauding the US Army of 5 million dollars, running several ghost companies, and supplying arms and ammunition to rebel groups to earn a profit.

But, sadly, he escaped from the jail term by pleading human rights violations in the civil court of the USA. Since then, the investigation team is on the heels to catch the duper and a criminal again, but now Tony is more careful in doing his illegal businesses.

Chief Editor
News Center Lebanon