“For over a decade, he hid one of the FBI’s Most Wanted. On Friday, Yassein Said was sentenced to 12 years in prison,” by Eline de Bruijn and Jake Harris, WFAA, June 4, 2021:

Yassein Said was sentenced to 12 years in federal prison by a U.S. District Judge Friday after he helped his brother, capital murder suspect Yaser Said, evade arrest for the alleged “honor killings” of Yaser Said’s two daughters in 2008.

The Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Texas Prerak Shah shared the announcement Friday.

In February, 59-year-old Yassein Said was found guilty of one count of conspiracy to conceal a person from arrest, one count of concealing a person from arrest, and one count of conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding. It took the jury four hours to reach the verdict.

In a court filing, Judge Reed C. O’Connor wrote that Yassein’s efforts to hide his brother Yaser cost incalculable resources from law enforcement across local, national and worldwide jurisdictions.

Yaser Said was on the FBI’s 10 Most Wanted fugitive list from 2014 until his capture in Justin last August. He is accused of shooting and killing his two daughters, 18-year-old Amina and 17-year-old Sarah. Investigators believe he was taking them to dinner when he shot them in the back of a taxi cab outside the Omni Hotel in Irving in 2008.

Islam Said, Yaser’s son and Yassein’s nephew, pleaded guilty to the same charges in January.

Police believe Yaser Said was angry his daughters were dating boys who were non-Muslim and killed them.

In the recorded 911 call, one of the girls is heard saying her father shot her….

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