Monday, June 11, 2012
UPDATE Monday June 11th, 4:00 pm….Ore. Woman Arrested For $2.1 Million Tax Refund Scam. Authorities allege 25-year-old Krystle Reyes was given more than $2 million in a tax refund after filing a false claim through Turbo Tax, the popular tax preparation computer program. Turbo Tax issued her a Visa debit card with the full refund amount, and she used the card to spend more than $150,000. The Oregon Revenue Department approved the refund after Reyes claimed her salary was $3 million. It’s the biggest case of fraud to ever hit the state of Oregon.
The Occupy Movement recruits in and around homeless shelters and in the county jail system to find like minded individuals who have a grudge against cops and the US government system. See article, Sunday, June 10, 2012, Occupy Movement Labeled Domestic Terrorists By FBI as Tampa RNC Braces For Black Bloc Exposed by Fox 13 News Gloria Gomez. With the high-profile arrest of Black Bloc “activists” on terrorism charges in Cleveland on May Day and in Chicago during the NATO summit there, evidence is mounting that the FBI is unleashing all the resources they have to protect the upcoming Tampa RNC from these dirtball “activists”. “Activist” is code for Domestic Terrorist.
Occupy protesters have begun to use “Vibe,” an application for iPhones, iPads and Android that allows the user to send messages that are only visible to other users, and not to police or other outsiders. Vibe messages are anonymous, and users can control how far they are broadcast (from 150 feet to worldwide) and for how long (the messages disappear after a set time period ranging from 15 minutes to 30 days, leaving no trail). Occupy Wall Street is renting office space in lower Manhattan, and Occupy Atlanta is in the top floor of a homeless shelter.
Florida is a hotbed for taxpayer identity theft, but the problem has spread nationwide, according to the IRS. The number of cases jumped from 51,702 in 2008 to 260,000 last year. This year there were almost 300,000 by early March, according to Nina Olson, the IRS’ National Taxpayer Advocate. Taxpayer ID theft now “may be as much as a $10 billion rip-off to the taxpayer,” said Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla.
Hillsborough County jail officials have been watching the crime, which is prevalent in the state prison system, for several years. But they say this year there are more incidents and more inmates involved. “This is a serious problem and it’s very unsophisticated and it’s out of control,” said Col. Jim Previtera, who runs Hillsborough County’s jails.
Deputies have found ledgers and scraps of paper with names and Social Security numbers on them. They have even confiscated a handwritten, step-by-step guide detailing how to carry out the crime. “This phony IRS refund check scam is an attempt to break the US government, one of the goals of the Occupy Movement”.Main Street Grocery 2117 W Main St Tampa, see map click here, was the center for cashing fraudulent IRS tax refunds, the store owned by Khaldoun Khalil Khawaja has a long history of selling stolen cigarettes, check fraud and links to support of terrorist groups.
Three Muslim Business Owners Indicted on Federal Fraud Charges, Sam Mustafa Tampa, Tony Khawaja Tampa and his Brother Muawia Mike Adbeljalil Roanoke VA. In an indictment returned underseal on May 10, 2012 and unsealed this week following the arrests of the defendants, the grand jury has charged Osama Mahmud Mustafa, a.k.a. “Sam Mustafa,” age 49, of Tampa, Florida; Khaldoun Khalil Khawaja, a.k.a. “Tony Khawaja,” age 48, of Tampa, Florida; and Muawia Khalil Adbeljalil, of Roanoke, Virginia. Khaldoun Khalil Khawaja, a.k.a. “Tony Khawaja,” who owns the Main Street Grocery Store 2117 Main St W. Tampa.