Canada deported him, yet the U.S. gave him a VISA and a security job at one of America’s busiest airports.
Yusuf Abdi Ali was a military commander during Somalia’s horrific civil war. In the 1980’s the ruling Barre regime he was serving under slaughtered an entire clan of Somalians. Ali is accused of torturing clan members, burning villages and conducting mass executions.
A CNN investigation team has discovered Ali has been comfortably living in America for about 20 years, working as a security guard at the Dulles International Airport.
He had first gone to Canada after the Barre military regime collapsed in 1991, but Canada deported him after learning of his alleged war crimes through a CBC documentary that aired in 1992.
CNN reports that Ali came to the USA on a visa through his Somalian wife, Intisar Farah, who had become a US citizen. She was found guilty of naturalization fraud in 2006 for claiming she was a refugee – from the very clan that Ali is accused of torturing.
A lawsuit was filed against Ali in 2006 in a U.S. civil court, and is now headed to the U.S. Supreme Court. Yet, when CNN asked Master Security about Ali – the company who provides unarmed security service to the airports – they were completely unaware of the pending suit against him or his background as a war criminal in Somalia.
They said Ali passed a “full, federally-mandated vetting process” that included an FBI background check and a TSA assessment. The security company has now placed Ali on administrative leave and withdrawn his airport access after CNN brought the matter to their attention.
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