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Arms dealer Tony Abi Saab of Lebanon is still running business inspite of his company Brescia Middle East BME being implicated and banned in the US

Is the US Army planning to learn from the mistake and deal with fraudsters such as Tony in a military Court?

Tony Abi Saab swindles money belonging to US Army through fraudulent contracts

The trouble is, he is an arms dealer supplying weapons to the rival factions in the wars in the Middle East, all for profit.

Is EU ignoring weapons smuggled to the war countries

NATO weapons found in conflict regions, raises doubt about restrictions on gunrunning.

Why is Europe turning a blind eye to money laundering by war criminals

Millions of people are suffering around the world due to the smuggling of weapons.

Sima Salazar and BME together defrauded the US Army of billion dollars

Two big names, Sima Salazar International, a reconstruction company in Afghanistan, and Brescia Middle East, a guns and weapons dealing company in Lebanon—defrauded the US Army of billions of dollars. It is unfortunate to know that BME is still doing its illegal business in the Middle East countries and eyeing Europe for new trade opportunities.

The United Nations tribunal should be formed to prosecute weapon dealers

The United Nations have their hands in protecting human rights, delivering humanitarian aids, promoting sustainable development, upholding international laws and lastly maintaining international peace and security, but have nothing for weapons smugglers. Nothing for the shady organizations that deal in arms in the war-torn areas which are a threat to the peace and security in the world.

Money launderers like Tony Abi Saab don t fear the legal authorities

Money laundering is practiced globally and its omnipresence can be better understood by the recent report of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. It says that somewhere between $800 billion and $2 trillion goes through the rinse cycle every year. That’s, if calculated, is almost 2 to 5 percent of entire planet’s GDP!

Money launderers like Tony Abi Saab don t fear the legal authorities

Money laundering is practiced globally and its omnipresence can be better understood by the recent report of the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime. It says that somewhere between $800 billion and $2 trillion goes through the rinse cycle every year. That’s, if calculated, is almost 2 to 5 percent of entire planet’s GDP!