Monday, January 03, 2011
Who Murdered Car Salesman Collin Thomas At Pamela Geller’s Universal Auto World Used Car Dealership Long Island NY And Why, See video. Universal Auto World luxury used-vehicle dealership in Long Island, New York was closed amid fraud charges and an unsolved murder in June 2007, the co-owners were Michael Oshry, Pamela Geller (Oshry) and Christ Tsiropoulous, of Bellmore .
NY Post; CAR SCAM EYED, The fraud was discovered during the investigation of the murder of Universal salesman Collin Thomas. Investigators have discovered that Universal employees paid straw purchasers with good credit to sign loan documents for more than $1.3 million worth of luxury vehicles.
The Luxury used car scam appears to have been going full bore through at least 2005 and 2006 up until the day Collin Thomas was murdered, 1/11/2007, by a single shot to the back as he was closing up Universal Auto World.
Jan 11th, 2007..North Lawrence, NY – The day after one of the top salesmen at a North Lawrence car dealership was shot dead, detectives Friday said they had no motive or suspect in the killing. Nassau police said Collin Thomas, 27, of Jamaica, Queens, was shot once in the back about 8:50 p.m. Thursday, shortly before he was to help close Universal Auto World on Burnside Avenue.
Investigators combed the site for clues Friday, cordoning off the entire block with tape and allowing canine units to sniff the fleet of pre-owned luxury cars and sport utility vehicles. “At this point in time, our investigation is in its infancy stages,” said Det. Lt. Michael Fleming, commander of the homicide squad, who said relatives and friend of Thomas were interviewed Friday. “We do know he was shot once in the back. That was a fatal shot.”
NY POST…[Michael Oshry’s] ex-wife, Pamela Geller (Oshry), former associate publisher of the New York Observer and a conservative blogger AtlasShrugs http://atlasshrugs2000.typepad.com/ , burst into tears when told her ex is under criminal investigation. Universal Auto World has been charged as a corporation and will face up to $80,000 in fines.
Although listed in business records as a Universal Auto World co-owner and had been living at the Hewlett Harbor home in 2006 and 2007 , Pamela Geller denied it. “I have nothing to do with this,” Pamela Geller said. Police say car salesmen Dexter Bostic and Robert Ellis, who were convicted of murdering NYPD Detective Russel Timoshenko, were involved with the car scam. Bostic worked as a car salesman at nearby Five Towns Mitsubishi, which once employed the slain salesman Collin Thomas. Ellis, who lived with Bostic, also may have once worked at Five Towns with Collin Thomas.
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