Tuesday, July 14, 2015
CNN’s “The Hunt with John Walsh” on Sunday July 12th, 2015 with supposed updates on murdering pedophile Yaser Said was not good, all old stories rehashed by women relatives of the murdered Said daughters and some Dallas ex-reporter who was so old they had to cover up her neck with a huge scarf in the Dallas heat. No new connections or links for Yaser Said, no mention of the NYC FBI office getting involved and the $100,000 reward for Yaser and no mention of the new Interpol Red Notice Arrest Alert for Yaser Said. It appears from the ending credits of “The Hunt with John Walsh” that phony private investigator Carrie Huskinson was the go to person and contact for the show, it sure looked it “Special Thanks to Carrie Huskinson”. I don’t understand why CNN would let Carrie Huskinson, a supposed private investigator, pull the strings of the show. Carrie Huskinson declined to be on the show but she was responsible for the content which unfortunately was just a rehash of all the old information that has been published for years, not one new lead, what the hell was CNN thinking?
UPDATE: Reply from “Said Daughters” aunt Jill Abplanalp Attica KS.
Wednesday July 15th, 2015 at 12:53pm…Hi Bill, wanted to thank you for your dedication to the Yaser Said case. I read your article about Carrie and CNN, I think it awesome.
The storyline of Yaser Said on CNN’s “The Hunt with John Walsh” left out the fact that Patricia ‘Tissie’ Said fled with the Said daughters to great aunt Jill Abplanalp in Attica Kansas. From Fox News, May 30th, 2012 “Arrest mother as accomplice in Texas honor killing“. Now, the great-aunt, Jill Abplanalp, has launched a petition on http://www.change.org/ imploring the authorities to arrest Patricia “Tissie” Said, the mother of Amina, (her photo above), and Sarah. “We know Yaser pulled the trigger, but their mother was just as involved,” Abplanalp says. “Amina and Sarah never would have gone back to Texas, but Patricia said their father had forgiven them.” She wants “justice” for the murdered girls. She wants their mother, “Tissie,” tried as the accomplice she seems to be. JUSTICE for Amina & Sarah Said: To interrogate Patricia Owens & and the Said family as possible suspects. The storyline of Yaser Said on CNN’s “The Hunt with John Walsh” indicated that Yaser visited Egypt several times before he murdered his daughters and that each time he took at least $10,000 in cash with him, what the hell? Yaser Said had no secondary education and few skills, he worked part time as a cab driver, he never owned his own cab, he leased or rented one, the family lived in an assortment of run down apartments, they had no money.
BREAKING IN HUNT FOR YASER SAID: Interpol Red Notice Issued For the Arrest of Murdering Pedophile Yaser Abdel Said. An Interpol Red Notice is the closest instrument to an international arrest warrant in use today. Interpol (the International Criminal Police Organization) circulates notices to member countries listing persons who are wanted for extradition. Carrie Huskinson is not a private investigator, she never completed her PI application in Texas, her first day on the job was 1/01/2008 the same day Amina and Sarah Said were murdered. This woman, Carrie Huskinson, has the nerve to criticize the Irving Police Department and the FBI when she never even completed her PI application and has no legal right investigating the Yaser Said murder case for ANYONE in Texas, what the hell was CNN thinking?
I do not like it when someone like Carrie Huskinson gets involved in a high profile murder case and misrepresents herself as to who or what she is, this woman, Carrie Huskinson, is not licensed as a private investigator in Texas or anywhere else, never was, and she is not a retired private investigator. See https://www.txdps.state.tx.us/rsd/psb/individual/individual_details.aspx?id=814140812
Carrie Huskinson has in the past indicated that she was a private detective in Idaho, there are only four states in the USA that do not require a license to be a private investigator, Idaho is one of the four unregulated states. Before you hire a private investigator or private detective check out if they are who they say they are, contact you State Division of Licensing. As per the Texas Department of Public Safety at 512-424-7293, Carrie Huskinson was NEVER issued a license to become a private investigator. A call to her former employer (as per the Texas Department of Public Safety) WILLIAM C DEAR ASSOCIATES, INC. in Texas at 254-993-1170 indicates they have no knowledge of Carrie Huskinson or where she is. This woman Carrie Huskinson now claims in interviews that she is a retired private investigator, how can you be retired from a profession that you were never a legitimate part of? What the hell was CNN thinking?
Look at this nonsense from Fox News Reporter Perry Chiaramonte on July 12th, 2012: A private investigator (what a freakin lie) who probed the 2008 case of a Texas taxi driver who allegedly murdered his daughters in an “honor killing” has appealed to the Department of Justice and other federal agencies to take over the investigation, saying local authorities have hopelessly botched the investigation (newsflash the FBI had taken over). Carrie Huskinson, who investigated murder suspect Yaser Said on behalf of a Dallas newspaper said without a fresh look from top-flight law enforcement agents, Said, who went into hiding after his daughters were found shot to death in his cab, may never be caught. What? How did Carrie Huskinson investigate murder suspect Yaser Said, she is not law enforcement, she is not a licensed private investigator, she has no access to crimes scene photos, cell phone records, physical evidence, ballistic reports, not a damn thing, what the hell was CNN thinking?