William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD
Our sleeper cell Canadians are not really too bright
Getting caught near the fence at the Pickering Site
The laugh is on them, they get the great big heehaw
For sending illegal cash to the terrorist Hezbollah
Nine were arrested by the Detroit Terror Task Force
all have lawyers and are pleading innocent of course
There he is again, Windsor’s Karim Hassan Nasser
Don’t you think that this time he has gone way too far?
They made millions of dollars on illegal smokes
Now they are going to jail, cause this ain’t no joke
Canada’s the home base for the radical campaign
We are such a free country, there is little restrain
The money they made from each Quebec stolen Limo
Was sent to Vancouver – CISIS teams, they did know
They were buying Military goods and stuff like these
For shipment to the Terrorist Hezbollah Lebanese
It’s hard for Canada to keep a straight face
Because it has been proven we are a sleeper cell base
They have threatened our PM. They want him dead
One sleeper cell group said they’d cut off his head
Thanks to the Mounties and CSIS, for all their hard work
They are managing to keep on top of each terrorist perp
My opinion of course, is they should all pay
Ship them South to Cuba, to Guantanamo Bay
Shoot ‘em up with truth serum and get them to tell
Who the terrorists are in their Canadian Sleeper Cell?
For their supporting of evil and their 9-11 strife
Each one should be sentenced: 20 years to life!
©Copyright July 2, 2006 by William H.A. Willbond MSM, CD
Canadians Charged with Funding Terror
Five accused of taking part in racket that sent cash to Hezbollah
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Justice Department announced Wednesday it had laid charges against three Ontario men and two Quebecers for allegedly selling smuggled cigarettes and counterfeit Viagra and giving part of the profits to Hezbollah.
The Windsor, Ont., and Montreal men are among 19 accused of running a “global racketeering conspiracy” that was allegedly headquartered in Dearborn, Mich., but that also operated in Canada, Lebanon, Brazil, Paraguay and China.
The indictment alleges portions of the profits from various criminal schemes were given to Hezbollah, the Iranian –backed Lebanese terrorist organization that has been outlawed by the Canadian, U.S. and other governments.
Nine of the suspects were arrested Wednesday morning by the Detroit Terrorism Task Force, among them Karim Hassan Nasser, a 37-year-old Windsor resident. A Miami man has agreed to surrender himself on April 10.
The remaining nine were indicted but have not yet been arrested because they reside outside the U.S., including Hassan Hassan Nasser, 36, and Naji Hassan Alawie, 44, both of Windsor, and Montreal residents Hassan Mohamad Srour, 30, and Abdel-Hamid Sinno, 52.
They have been charged with racketeering to support a terrorist organization.
According to the indictment, the accused were part of a group that made millions of dollars trafficking in contraband cigarettes between 1996 and 2002.
They would allegedly buy cigarettes in North Carolina, where taxes are lower, or tax-free at the Cattaraugus Indian Reservation in New York, and resell them at market prices in Michigan and New York.
“The enterprise sometimes used counterfeit tax stamps to make it appear that the state taxes had been paid,” said a statement from the U.S. Attorney’s office for the eastern district of Michigan.
The case is just the latest indication Hezbollah has been using Canada as an off-shore base to finance its radical campaign.
The RCMP has reported that it had linked auto-theft rings in Quebec to Hezbollah.
In the 1990s, a Hezbollah cell in Charlotte, N.C., sent money earned from cigarette smuggling to two operatives in Vancouver who used it to shop for military materiel, which was sent to Lebanon.