Limo company operator has history as Federal Bureau of Investigation informant

Limo company operator has history as Federal Bureau of Investigation informant

The owner of a limousine company in the crash that killed 20 people was someone already familiar to law enforcement, but not in the way you might think.

Police said on October 8 that the company owner, Shahed Hussain, is now in Pakistan.

According to Governor Cuomo, the driver didn't have the proper license and the limo failed inspection and shouldn't have been on the road.

"The motor is making everyone deaf", Erin McGowan said.

There are reports that the victims may have been concerned by the condition of the limousine.

He said Monday in Manhattan the vehicle had been inspected by the state's transportation department just last month.

"That is being analysed for post-crash data".

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He said the company, Prestige Limousine, "has a lot to answer for".

The tragedy - the deadliest U.S. transport crash in almost a decade - happened while the victims were en route to celebrate a 30th birthday party.

The crash Saturday in the town of Schoharie killed two pedestrians and 18 occupants of a limousine, including four sisters.

Officers said the driver of the limousine, identified on social media as Scott Lisinicchia, was not licensed to drive a vehicle with more than 15 passengers.

According to the Associated Press, Hussain has been a paid government informant who has helped USA law enforcement authorities investigate potential domestic terrorist threats after the September 11, 2001, attacks.

The New York Post confirmed that Hussain's address matches his address from September 2010 bankruptcy records showing that he was an informant for the Federal Bureau of Investigation in an anti-terrorism sting that led to the arrests of four men. At trial, the jury heard testimony that Hussain was posing as a wealthy representative of a Pakistani terrorist organization. Four men were convicted of plotting to attack synagogues and shoot down military planes.

Calls to the limousine company rang unanswered Monday. Earlier this week, the manager of the motel told local reporters that Mr Hussain now lived in Dubai.

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