Sunday, December 18, 2016
US Marshals most wanted fugitive Osama Sam Mustafa known to carry weapons, if it was me I would put a bullet in him first and then put the cuffs on, why take a chance?
I would advise extreme caution in taking this dirtball down. Osama ‘Sam’ Mustafa is a bail jumper, a fugitive from justice, Osama ‘Sam’ Mustafa sought to take the USA down with his 9/11 Hijacker terrorist pals in 2001, Osama ‘Sam’ Mustafa and his terrorist pals sought to take down the USA by bankrupting the IRS in 2011-2012. The charge was running a phony tax refund scheme and the evidence showed it netted 4,118 U.S. Treasury checks that Mustafa and his partners cashed for $17.8 million. Three men were convicted — two, including Mustafa, acting from their home state of Florida and one in Roanoke who ran a convenience store. Mustafa, a 51-year-old Indiana native whose last address was in Tampa, Florida, initially appeared bound for prison, a 20 year term, but he split.
Around that time, Mott said he wanted Osama Mustafa brought in until sentencing, based on an alleged threat and on allegations of disposing of assets that were subject to forfeiture. In August 2013, Mustafa took off his monitoring bracelet near I-10 in North Florida and fled. Authorities declared him a fugitive. Prosecutors said they saw no point in waiting any longer to try and catch Mustafa before he’s sentenced. “There is no immediate prospect for his apprehension,” prosecutors said in court papers asking he be sentenced in absentia. In addition to receiving a prison term Mustafa was ordered to forfeit $17.3 million. On this front, the government has more leverage. If it can pinpoint the money he stole, or things he bought with the money, the government can seize those items as proceeds of crime. The jury ruled that multiple business and personal assets such as equipment, homes and investments attributed to Mustafa were traceable to his crimes.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota to Panama City Fl, SEX, CRIME, CHEATERS & TERRORISM at http://www.wbipi.com