AMW VIDEO: Private Investigator Bill Warner Tracks Muslim Honor Killer Yaser Said to New York City.

UPDATE Thursday, December 19, 2013 TOLD YOU SO…FBI New York City Field Office To Assist Dallas FBI In Searching For Honor Killer Yaser Said Offers $20,000 Reward.

AMW: On Thursday June 28th, 2012 I was invited by America’s Most Wanted to New York City to help track down Muslim Honor Killer Yaser Said who is working as a taxi driver, see video above that aired 15 days later.  VIDEO: America’s Most Wanted (AMW) And PI Bill Warner Track Honor Killer Yaser Said to New York City on Friday July 13th at 9:00 PM on Lifetime Network TV. On Friday July 13th, 2012 America’s Most Wanted (AMW) profiled honor killer Yaser Said in New York City where he could be working as a unlicensed taxi driver.

For the last several years I have been the only investigator who has the nerve to stuck my neck out and gone on screen with national media TV like Fox News NY with Megan Kelly, Inside Edition with Lisa Guerrero and John Walsh’s AMW to claim I knew that Honor Killer Yaser Said was working as a taxi driver in Metro New York City. Most recently I was in New York City from September 5th to September 9th 2013 with two other private investigators searching for Honor Killer Yaser Said, we were based in Times Square at the Double Tree Suites searching cabs in midtown, we also searched the cab stands at Newark Liberty International Airport, now see the FBI NY Press Release today, link at http://www.fbi.gov/newyork/press-releases/2013/new-reward-issued-for-fbi-fugitive-yaser-abdel-said


FOX NEWS Updated December 20th 2013: Nearly six years after an Egyptian-born man allegedly gunned down his two teenage daughters in Texas, the manhunt for Yaser Abdel Said continues. FBI officials say Said took his daughters Amina, 18, and Sarah, 17, for a ride in his taxi cab under the guise of taking them to get something to eat on Jan. 1, 2008. He instead took his daughters to a remote area in Irving, Texas, where he allegedly shot them multiple times. And although Said later fled his Dallas-area home with his Egyptian passport and $9,000, Bill Warner a private detective who has worked with the fugitive’s sister-in-law told FoxNews.com he believes Said never made it out of the United States — and could even be behind the wheel of a yellow cab or livery car in New York City.

 

Bill Warner Sarasota Private investigator at www.wbipi.com