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alex saab

Criminal Alex Saab gets hero welcome in Venezuela Anonymous Sat, 12/23/2023 - 06:50

The clemency pardon given to criminal Alex Saab by Joe Biden has riled some people. Their argument is that such thing would had never occurred had Donald Trump been in the White House. They forgot that Trump greenlighted a plan to oust Nicolas Maduro spearheaded by Raul Gorrin, and his National Security Council gave a de facto exemption from prosecution deal to the second most corrupt chavista of all times: Rafael Ramirez.

UPDATED - BakerHostetler files forged evidence in Alex Saab's case

UPDATED 11/15/2022 - BakerHostetler, law firm "representing" Alex Saab in criminal proceedings against DoJ in Florida, has filed a forged copy of Venezuela's Gaceta Oficial to prove that Saab is "officially" a diplomat. This site, and many others, have the original Gaceta that exposes it. Adobe Acrobat Pro leaves no doubt as to the fraudulent nature of filed forgery. Isn’t there a law in the United States that criminalise presenting forged evidence in legal proceedings?

CITGO's Luis Giusti revealed in Alex Saab's network Alek Boyd Tue, 01/04/2022 - 09:12
[UPDATED] How it started... How it's going: exhibit Alex Saab Alek Boyd Mon, 10/18/2021 - 03:16
Switzerland's justice (Endri Gega) working for Alex Saab Alek Boyd Fri, 10/15/2021 - 07:01

In the latest episode of Alex Saab's saga, we learn that his counsel is using a ruling by Swiss "prosecutor" Endri Gega to quash extradition from Cape Verde to face criminal charges brought by U.S. Department of Justice. Just have a listen to what Gega has to say about his role:

DoJ's N708JH en route to Africa. Is this the day Alex Saab is finally extradited? Alek Boyd Wed, 09/29/2021 - 10:04

This site heard from a source last Saturday that Alex Saab was to be extradited to the U.S. today, Wednesday 29 September 2021. We tweeted as much, and asked aviation expert @Arr3ch0 to keep an eye. He just informed us that Department of Justice's N708JH appears to be en route to Cape Verde.

Colombian thug Alex Saab loses latest round against Department of Justice Alek Boyd Wed, 09/01/2021 - 07:11

The case of Alex Saab's arrest in Cape Verde could easily be put in the box of U.S. Government's blunders. Department of Justice's Attorneys and Drug Enforcement Administration's agents have been looking into Saab's activities for a very long time, in our view more than enough to build a water-tight case to put away this Colombian thug, his narco partner German Rubio, and his closest relatives / associates. But DoJ and DEA haven't. One of Saab's sons lived in America (on who's dime?) for years.