Egyptian-born Fugitive Finally Brought to Justice

One of the more horrific killings that ever took place in the state of Texas will finally get some closure.

Egyptian-born Yaser Abdel Said, accused of murdering his two daughters, has finally been caught.

Said allegedly committed the murders in 2008 and was put on the Top 10 Most Wanted list in 2014.

The Murders

When the news hit of these murders a dozen years ago, it horrified the nation.

Said, a Muslim, allegedly performed honor killings of his daughters.

According to reports at the time, Said was upset that his daughters were or wanted to date outside the Muslim faith.

This was simply unacceptable to him and rather than have them date outside the faith, he allegedly murdered them both.

The chilling call that came into 9-1-1 on the night of their murders will haunt those that heard it forever…

Finally Caught

For Dallas authorities, this was a man that had to be caught and after an exhaustive manhunt that lasted more than a dozen years, he is finally in custody.

FBI Dallas Special Agent in Charge Matthew DeSarno stated, “The FBI-led Dallas Violent Crimes Task Force has worked tirelessly to find Yaser Abdel Said.

“These experienced investigators never gave up on their quest to find him and pledged to never forget the young victims in this case.

“Said was placed on the Ten Most Wanted Fugitives List nearly six years ago for the heinous act he committed against his daughters.

“His capture and arrest bring us one step closer to justice for Amina and Sarah.

“We want to thank our partners at the Irving Police Department for working with us to apprehend this dangerous individual.”

Irving Police Chief Jeff Spivey added, “On January 1, 2008, the Irving Police Department opened a murder investigation after two young girls were found shot to death.

“Since that night, the members of the Irving Police Department and our partners with the Dallas FBI have tirelessly pursued justice for Amina and Sarah.

“Even after 12 years of frustration and dead ends, the pursuit for their killer never ceased.

“Today’s arrest of their father, Yaser Said brings us closer to ensuring justice is served on their behalf.”

Now, hopefully, this monster will finally be brought to justice.

Source: Breaking 911

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