Check Out The Names of 35 Store Owners BUSTED in Series of FBI Raids, Shockingly All From One Area

It didn’t take long for some recently arrived immigrants to figure out the system to take advantage of not only the federal government, but to prey upon some of their communities’ most vulnerable people.

They know stealing from the United States government is stealing from the nation that granted them entry, and that it is also stealing from the naïve American taxpayers who welcomed them.

Their scheme is a guaranteed moneymaker – operate a convenience store as a front for money laundering, food stamp fraud and drug distribution.

Federal authorities in St. Louis have indicted 35 store owners on conspiracy charges that carries with it a sentence of between five to 20 years in federal prison and fines of up to $1 million – for each of those indicted immigrants.

35 St. Louis-area convenience store owners indicted following federal raids
35 St. Louis-area convenience store owners indicted following federal raids


One scheme included purchasing cigarettes in the area, which is a low tax market, and selling them in high tax markets like Chicago and New Jersey.

Authorities from Homeland Security, the Drug Enforcement Administration, the criminal investigation unit of the IRS, the FBI, the ATF and state agencies in Illinois and Missouri worked together over a two-year period to bring the indictments.

They might even be called “The New Mafia” because their network is closely related and has no scruples when it comes to scamming the government and their new neighbors by cheating, stealing dealing drugs on a daily basis.

Federal agents raid several St. Louis-area convenience stores
Federal agents raid several St. Louis-area convenience stores
The names of those charged tell the story.
They are Mohammed. Saddam. Naser. Ahmed.

Their last names are Almuttan. Mutan. Abdelsalam. Muhana. Qaiymah. Abid. Alwan. Barzanji. Faysal. Ali.

Last year, most of the politicians running for president told voters that immigrants were fleeing persecution and danger, begging for a chance at freedom in America.

And some ended up in St. Louis running a crime syndicate – that was their idea of the better life in America.

Here’s the full breakdown:

Mohammed Almuttan, aka Abu Ali, 35, St. Louis, MO
Rami Almuttan, aka Abu Louay, 33, St. Louis, MO
Hisham Mutan, aka Abu Mohamed, 41, St. Louis, MO
Saddam Mutan, aka Abu Ali, 24, St. Louis, MO
Mazin Abdelsalam, aka Abu Mohammad, 38, St. Louis, MO
Najeh Muhana, aka Abu Yazan, 41, Fairview, NJ
Fares Muhana, aka Abu Yamama, 40, Cliffside Park, NJ
Ayoub Qaiymah, aka Abu Faysal, 23, Richmond, VA
Naser Abid, 23, Chicago, IL
Yadgar Barzanji, aka Abu Siver, 47, St. Louis, MO
Wafaa Alwan, 50, St. Louis, MO
Ahmed Abuali, aka Bazilla, 31, North Bergen, NJ
Mohammed Kayed, aka Mohammed Fayez, 21, Clifton, NJ
Momen Abuali, 20, Little Ferry, NJ
Firat Sevindik, 42, Cliffside Park, NJ
Mohammed Mustafa, 30, North Bergen, NJ
Mohammad Karashqah, Abu Yazid, 47, North Bergen, NJ
Fayez Sheikha, 46, Mishawaka, IN
Jihad Shihadeh, Abu Malik, 58, Chicago Ridge, IL
Ismael Abadi, 57, Carol Stream, IL
Abed Hamed, Abed Fawzan, 39, Greenville, NC
Maher Hamed, Abu Alazara, 33, Swansea, IL
Abdel Adi, 25, Oak Lawn, IL
Muhanad Khatib, Abu Alamin, 36, Chicago, IL
Eyad Awad, 38, Chicago, IL
Dale Garbin, 60, Kankakee, IL
Hayder Al Fatli, 40, St. Louis, MO
Kutlay Guvener, 35, Chicago, IL
Saad Al Mallak, 30, Dittmer, MO
Hassan Abdelatif, 29, Collinsville, IL
Mahajir Naz, 32, St. Louis, MO
Talal Abuajaj, 23, St. Louis, MO
Basem Hamdan, aka Abu Ramiz, 57, St. Louis, MO
Zainal Saleh, 29, St. Louis, MO and
Ibrahim Awad, 39, St. Louis, MO
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Better for them, at the expense of Americans.

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Despite what politicians told the American public, not every Muslim immigrant is a benefit to America and diversity isn’t always a good thing.

Source: KMOV