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Wednesday, September 28, 2005

He Fled Iran of Avoid the Draft. Yeah, Right!

The crime two-year crime spree of the 'FedEx Bandit' came to an end in San Diego as the 40-year old was arrested September 26, 2005, as he attempted to cross the Mexican border at San Ysidro with a counterfeit ID car. He was using the name of a dead U.S. resident, a baby that died shortly after birth, but investigation determined that he is really Farhad Farhbaksh, an Iranian nation who first entered the U.S. on a student visa in 1978.

The bank robbery spree began in September 2003 and included robberies in Los Angeles, Orange and San Diego counties, with more than 30 of the crimes occurring in San Diego County, said San Diego police Lt. Mike Angus.

"He was dubbed the 'FedEx bandit' because in several of the robberies he walked in there with an envelope, a FedEx envelope, that he used as a prop and to carry the money out at times," Angus said.

It is an outrage that this man could get away with committing forty-three bank robberies in the San Diego area. "Police suspect that he traveled back and forth to Mexico," I might add, at will.
Hattip: JihadWatch


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