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TSA
08-22-2010, 01:25 AM
$44 Million Fraud: Fbi Declares Nigerian Wanted Like Bin Ladin

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AFTER a short stay in the United States, a Nigerian youth has emerged as one of the country's most wanted men, sharing the same poster with America's enemy number one, Osama bin Laden, on the Federal Bureau of Investigation's website.

President George W. Bush, who is battling with his country's economic crisis that has sent shock waves around the world, has ordered security agents to track down the 29-year old Nigerian, Tobechi Enyinna Onwuhara “at all cost”.

Bush gave the order following a discovery that Onwuhara, within three years, had stolen over $44 million, (about N5.28billion), from American citizens and financial institutions, including a judge of the U.S. Court of Appeal, who was recently appointed by the president.

The judge was once a Chief of Staff to the late American Senator, Strom Thurmond, who defected from the Democratic party to the Republican and made history then as the longest-serving and oldest senator in US history. By the time he was 100 years, he had served 48 years as a lawmaker.
To underscore the importance of the fugitive and the threat he is posing to the American economy, the FBI placed his picture under that of bin Laden, on the agency's identification orders posted on the internet.

According to the FBI, Onwuhara and some of his Nigerian partners have used online internet databases to steal victims' identities to the tune of $44 million.

FBI sources said that Onwuhara hacked into his victims' personal information through a database, in a bid to access their Home Equity Line of Credit accounts. Once inside, he would wire the money to accounts mainly located overseas, but some inside the US.

The suspect has been accused of causing tens of millions of dollars in losses to banks and home-owners.

Onwuhara was described by the agents as ‘a very smart and crafty fraudster’, who had painstakingly perfected the scam, after lots of research, followed by several tests.

Also described as 'The Consummate Con-man' with a seemingly-bottomless bag of tricks, Onwuhara was found to have been spending his money on wine, women and songs.

Among his traits and habits noted by the FBI are: gambling at the casino, flashing money, driving luxury cars and hanging out at strip clubs.
Investigators believe that Onwuhara first entered the US in 1999 or 2000 on a student visa.

A statement signed by FBI Director, Robert S. Mueller, reads in part: “Tobechi Enyinna Onwuhara, a convicted felon is wanted for his alleged involvement in an elaborate scheme that defrauded the financial industry out of tens of millions of dollars.

“Onwuhara is a key member of a group of Nigerians, which allegedly has been conducting fraudulent banking activities from Florida and Texas, since 2005. It is alleged that the group has been using on-line Internet databases to steal victims' identities. Once acquired, they allegedly use the victims' information to gain access to the victims' Home Equity Line of Credit accounts and wire transfer the money to accounts mainly located overseas, some in the United States.
“Some of Onwuhara's alleged coconspirators have been arrested, inside and outside of the UnitedStates. However, Onwuhara remains at large. Onwuhara was charged federally with conspiracyto commit bank fraud, and a federal warrant was issued for his arrest by the United States District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, on August 1, 2008.”The statement carries a caution, boldly printed in red ink: 'Should be considered an escape risk.'

The FBI pleaded that those who have information concerning the case should contact the local FBI office or the nearest American Embassy or Consulate.

Investigators said Onwuhara had once moved from Seattle in Washington, where he lived for a short time, then Houston in Texas. Later, he was found to have set up homes in Miami and Dallas.
The Miami home costs $600,000, and the Dallas base was described as a playground, where he lived the life of a multi-millionaire playboy and businessman, renting a condo for $4,000 a month.

Although agents describe Onwuhara as a quiet guy, they say he craved the spotlight and let his money do his talking for him.

Dennis Michael Wagner, who works with the ‘American Most Wanted’, reveals that Onwuhara loves "making it rain". He usually throws fistfuls of cash up in the air, at one of his favourite spots, a local strip club. They say he could easily drop $50,000.

According to Wagner, Onwuhara's desires didn't stop with cash and women. Investigators say he loves luxury cars. He has a Maserati, a Bentley, a Rolls-Royce Phantom and he had been working as a car salesman to indulge his passion.

Once in his possession, agents say Onwuhara would ship the cars to Nigeria to be sold.

According to them, he was so confident in his skills and scams that he never believed they could be traced directly back to him.

The only paper trail Onwuhara left behind led directly back to close associates. Discreet investigations later unravelled his alleged scams in precise detail.
With the money he generated from his illegal activities, they say Onwuhara started his own hip-hop label, called S.W.A.T. Up Entertainment. He even signed two artists to the label.

It was gathered that Onwuhara owned a recording studio at one point.

Investigators have now spread their dragnet across Dallas, Miami, Atlanta, New Jersey and Canada, looking for the suspect with the security label: W054871136. They gave his height as 5' 10”; his weight is put at 185 pounds and he uses aliases including “T”, “Tobe”, “Xavier” and “Enyinna”.

Onwuhara's poster says he has access to fake driver's licences and passports and millions of dollars in overseas accounts.

Onwuhara's kinsmen in Nigeria spell the name as Onwughara, meaning “Death left this”; and the other name Tobechi means “Keep praising God,” while Enyinna means “Darling of the Father.”.


Based God has never seen guap this large.

TSA
08-22-2010, 01:38 AM
http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/images/wanted.gif CONSPIRACY TO COMMIT BANK FRAUD TOBECHI ENYINNA ONWUHARA

http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/fugitives/cyber/onwuhara_te1.jpg http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/fugitives/cyber/onwuhara_te2.jpg http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/fugitives/cyber/onwuhara_te3.jpg Photographs taken in 2008
Photograph taken in 2007
Aliases: "T", "Tobe", Xavier, Enyinna DESCRIPTION

Date of Birth Used: July 24, 1979 Hair: Black Place of Birth: Nigeria Eyes: Brown Height: 5'10" Sex: Male Weight: 185 pounds Race: Black NCIC: W054871136 Nationality: Nigerian Occupation: Onwuhara reportedly is the Chief Executive Officer of a record label S.W.A.T. Up Entertainment, and has owned a record studio for artists to record tracks. Scars and Marks: Unknown Remarks: Onwuhara may have travelled to Dallas, Texas; Miami, Florida; New York or Canada. He frequents strip clubs and enjoys gambling at casinos. He has access to fake driver's licenses and passports and millions of dollars in overseas accounts. CAUTION

Tobechi Enyinna Onwuhara, a convicted felon, is wanted for his alleged involvement in an elaborate scheme that defrauded the financial industry out of tens of millions of dollars. Onwuhara is a key member of a group of Nigerians who allegedly have been conducting fraudulent banking activities from Florida and Texas, since 2005. It is alleged that the group has been using online Internet databases to steal victims' identities. Once acquired, they allegedly use the victims' information to gain access to the victims' Home Equity Line of Credit accounts and wire transfer the money to accounts mainly located overseas, some in the United States.
Some of Onwuhara's alleged co-conspirators have been arrested, inside and outside of the United States, however, Onwuhara remains at large. Onwuhara was charged federally with conspiracy to commit bank fraud, and a federal warrant was issued for his arrest by the United States District Court, Eastern District of Virginia, on August 1, 2008.
REWARD
The FBI is offering a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of Tobechi Onwuhara.
SHOULD BE CONSIDERED AN ESCAPE RISK IF YOU HAVE ANY INFORMATION CONCERNING THIS CASE, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR LOCAL FBI OFFICE (http://www.fbi.gov/contact/fo/fo.htm) OR THE NEAREST AMERICAN EMBASSY OR CONSULATE (http://www.fbi.gov/contact/legat/legat.htm).

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08-22-2010, 02:35 AM
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08-22-2010, 03:16 AM
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08-22-2010, 09:08 AM
Young Igbo Balls his way to FBI most wanted list

$44 Million Fraud: Fbi Declares Nigerian Wanted Like Bin Ladin

http://www.fbi.gov/wanted/fugitives/cyber/onwuhara_te2.jpg

AFTER a short stay in the United States, a Nigerian youth has emerged as one of the country's most wanted men, sharing the same poster with America's enemy number one, Osama bin Laden.

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