Private Detectives Ready For A Road Trip to New York City To Find FBI Honor Killer Taxi Driver Yaser Abdel Said, Seeking Media Affiliation.

Monday, May 12, 2014


New York’s Taxi and Limousine Commission, which regulates yellow cabs as well as livery cars, requires criminal background checks conducted by the state for anyone applying for a license, according to a commission spokesman. But Yaser Said could easily rent a licensed car under the table or simply use his own vehicle to pick up fares illicitly, according to Fernando Mateo, president of the New York State Foundation of Taxi Drivers. “There are 10,000 illegal Taxi drivers in New York City,” Fernando Mateo said. “It’s as easy as getting in your car and driving to the airport or picking up illegal street hails.”


Here’s the deal, Yaser Abdel Said is hiding in plain sight as a New York City Taxi Driver, the FBI New York field office finally came on board with this determination in December 2013. All roads lead to Metro New York City in the search for honor killer taxi driver Yaser Said so that is why my private detective squad from Florida wants to go return to Times Square NY and elsewhere in Manhattan and find Yaser Said. Muslim Honor Killer Yaser Said murdered his daughters in shocking honor killing January 1st 2008, he is now working as a New York City cab driver, we have claimed this for years. New York FBI office put up a $20,000 reward for Yaser Said in December 2013 and got in the hunt with the Dallas FBI to bring down this pedophile rapist murderer who slaughtered his daughters Sarah Said, 17, and Amina Said, 18.

YASER SAID BIO & PROFILE: In Dallas County, Yaser Said was charged with felony “retaliation” after Tissie filed a complaint alleging he threatened to kill her and take the children after being indicted on December 17, 1998, for “sexual penetration” of both girls. But the charges were dropped on January 12, 1999, when Amina and Sarah recanted, saying they had lied about the abuse because they didn’t like their school. Yaser Said was not arrested for the alleged felony retaliation until March 22, 2001. That charge was also dismissed after Tissie refused to cooperate with prosecutors and Yaser Said agreed to take an anger-management course.

A week before Christmas 2007, Yaser Said dropped his leased taxi off at the King Cab body shop in Deep Ellum, leaving without paying back fees of $700 or $800. Deep Ellum is a neighborhood in Old East downtown Dallas. King Cab owner Massoud Nasseri didn’t worry. Yaser Said, who had leased taxis from him for about seven years, usually traveled to Egypt over the slow holiday period. He made up the deficit when he returned. Jack Beasley, manager at Yellow/Jet Cab, says that Yaser had been fired in August 2003. The company banned Yaser from future leasing because customers complained that he was “crazy,” Beasley says. “Other cab companies would not hire him because nobody wanted to work with him anymore.” King Cab owner Massoud Nasseri was an exception, and he continued to provide Yaser work. Nasseri, who came to the United States in the 1970s from Iran, says Yaser worked long hours, but would not leave the house unless Islam was there to make sure the girls stayed home at night. He worked the graveyard shift six or seven days a week. Never drew complaints. Never got scared. “He wasn’t a sissy man,” Nasseri says. “He worked night clubs, and he knew the danger of driving at night. He would work places others wouldn’t work.” And, according to Tissie, he always carried a gun.

On New Year’s Day 2008, Patricia Said stood at the door of a small house in a Hispanic neighborhood of Lewisville, pleading with her daughter Amina to come home. The girl cried and clung to her boyfriend, Eddie, a college student who lived in the house with his mother and sister. For a week, Amina, an 18-year-old senior at Lewisville High School, had been living a nightmare. Her father, Yaser Said, had pulled a gun on Christmas Eve 2007 and threatened to kill her because of her relationship with Eddie. “We were going to get engaged and get married,” says Eddie, who asked not to be identified by his last name. He loved the beautiful young woman with black hair, green eyes and a burning ambition to do something with her life.

After learning that Amina planned to run away with Eddie, Patricia, who everyone called “Tissie,” phoned a family member to find a place to hide. Tissie would leave with Amina and her younger daughter Sarah, 17, who also feared her father. Her brother Islam had told their father that Sarah also had a boyfriend, and Yaser threatened to kill her too. When Amina, who dreamed of becoming a doctor, asked her father when she would go to college, Yaser had a simple answer: when—if—your husband allows. The same was expected for Sarah. Amina had no intention of marrying a much older Egyptian man, a stranger, so, on December 26, 2007, Tissie, her daughters and their boyfriends fled. They made their way to Attica, a small Kansas town where Tissie’s aunt lived. But Amina, who had been offered a scholarship by Texas A&M, knew immediately that Attica wouldn’t do. She had to live in a college town. The group got back on the road and headed to Tulsa, where Eddie had relatives. They planned to get an apartment, find jobs and enroll in school. Their boyfriends would stay with them. She told her daughters that December 31, 2007 was her deceased mother’s birthday and she wanted to drive to East Texas to put flowers on her grave.

Driving through Denton to Lewisville, Tissie revealed the truth: She was returning to Yaser. Reluctantly, Sarah went home with her mother, but Amina refused. “I’m never going back there,” Amina told an aunt. She spent New Year’s Eve at Eddie’s house. The calls from her mother started early the next morning, but Amina refused to come home. Finally, Tissie drove the few blocks to Eddie’s house and pounded on the door. Amina argued while her mother stood unmoving in the doorway, saying her father had forgiven her. “She said he just wanted to talk to Amina and that everything was going to be OK,” Eddie says. “Amina was crying and didn’t want to go, but her mom made her. I trusted her mom to take care of her.” So, he backed off. A few hours later, the bullet-riddled bodies of Amina and Sarah Said were found in a bloody taxi outside an Irving hotel. Yaser Said has disappeared and now is a fugitive, wanted for their murders.

Yaser Said exerted dictatorial control over his American wife and children since marrying Tissie when she was 15. On February 7, 1987, Yaser married Tissie, sitting across aisle were Yaser’s brothers and a sister, Ghada Said, who had come to the United States in 1983 after their father in Egypt had divorced their mother, remarried and started another family. There is an open kidnapping warrant in Texas for Ghada Said.

Most Wanted Siblings ‘Honor Killer’ Yaser Said And His Sister Ghada Said Could Be Hiding in Metro NYC. Wanted and on the run Ghada Abdel Fattah Said is the sister of Honor Killer Yaser Said who is wanted by the FBI and very possibly they are both in Metro New York City. Circumstances: Minor children Iman and Yousef Almetnawy were abducted by their non-custodial mother, Ghada Abdel Fattah Said. Their father, Hirsham Almetnawy, an immigrant from Egypt, had regular visitation rights, but Ghada Said fled with the children on August 25th, 1999. A felony warrant was issued for her on November 17, 1999. Ghada Said used a PO Box in Euless Texas jointly with YASSEIN SAID, who has known locations in Westchester NY. YASSEIN SAID had also shared a PO Box with Honor Killer Yaser Said in Texas, connect the dots.

My company, WBI Inc Private Detective Agency, is seeking to partner up with a Major Media News affiliate in New York City to track down Yaser Abdel Said on the job. We have worked in the past 24 months with Fox News NY, Inside Edition NY and John Walsh’s America’s Most Wanted in New York City. See Fox News article of May 29th, 2012 “Texas ‘honor killing’ suspect Yaser Said could be hiding in plain sight as NYC cabbie, private investigator says“. “It’s all he knows and I wouldn’t be surprised one bit if he’s there working as a taxi driver.”- Bill Warner, private investigator. It appears from all the major media activity in 2012 to 2013 leads were generated and the FBI Field Office in New York City finally put up ‘Wanted Yaser Said’ billboards in Times Square in December 2013. I propose to put at least 4 private detectives on the ground in Metro NYC and ride cabs for at least 7 days and nights looking for Yaser Said, it has to be done on a street level basis, we will take photos and get cab numbers, 24/7.

UPDATE: April 3rd, 2014 Honor Killer Yaser Said Reported To Be Driving Yellow Cab Mini-Van in Port Authority New York City Area. Got a call from a contact in New York two days ago, reportedly Honor Killer Yaser Said was driving a Yellow Cab Mini-Van in the Port Authority NYC Area he was spotted at about 6:00 pm just starting the night shift. The Port Authority NYC is at W 42nd Street and 8th Ave Times Square New York City. In September 2013 I and two other private investigators went to New York City looking for Yaser Said we stayed at a upscale hotel in Times Square on the corner of W 47th Street and Broadway just 5 blocks from where Yaser Said was spotted at the Port Authority, see map CLICK HERE.

 3). See FBI most wanted poster on taxi driver Yaser Said in NYC
5). See New York Village Voice article about taxi driver Yaser Said in NYC
8). See ‘INSIDE EDITION’ news article about taxi driver Yaser Said in NYC
9). See Most Wanted Siblings ‘Honor Killer’ Yaser Said And His Sister Ghada Said Could Be Hiding in Metro NYC

TIMES SQUARE NY: Honor Killer Yaser Said FBI Wanted Billboard Up in Lights in Times Square NY Call 212-384-1000 With Tips, Told You So. I first broke the story of Yaser Said hiding in New York City back in May of 2012, now 18 months later in December 2013 the FBI office in New York City has joined the hunt for Yaser Said and is posting billboards in Times Square NY. One of America’s most wanted fugitives accused of murdering his two daughters because they were dating non-Muslim boys is working as a cab driver in New York City says private investigator Bill Warner.

The FBI in New York is now offering a reward of up to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest of Yaser Abdel Said. Yaser Said has a mustache and always wears dark sunglasses, both indoors and outside. He frequents Denny’s and I-Hop restaurants and smokes Marlboro Light 100′s cigarettes. Yaser Said has ties to New York and Texas, see


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