Even big time Israeli crime family members are going on relocation these days. Both Itzik and Meir Abergil, top members of the Abergil crime family are being “relocated” to the USA to explain their connection with a number of illegal activities there that they may been involved in. Some of these include murder, drug trafficking, money laundering, and extortion to name a few. Both Itzik and Meir claim they “have never been to America” and don’t know why they are being suspected in involvement in such activities over there (they certainly are involved in them here).
Besides being suspected being involved in the murder of an LA drug dealer, Sammy Atias, Itzik and his brother Meir are said to be involved in some money laundering activities connected with the Mercantile Bank, as well as importing large quantities of drugs into the USA, especially MDMA, otherwise known as Ecstasy, which is often used by young people at parties, along with alcohol. The Abergils now have the “distinction” of being considered among the 40 top drug and narcotics importers into the USA, alongside such as Russian Mafia folk and Colombian and Mexican drug cartel people.
The Abargils are said to have sent the hit men who were responsible for the killing of Bat Yam woman Margarita Lautin, who happened to have been in the wrong place at the wrong time when she got in the way of some 9MM slugs intended for a rival crime figure who was having coffee on the Bat Yam Promenade.
Finding a way to deal with Israeli crime figures has always been a problem however, as even when they are in jail here in Israel, they still manage to run their operations “from behind the walls”. By sending them overseas, especially to a country like the USA, at least gets them out of their realm for a while – like what occurred with crime boss Zeev Rosenstein; who spent nearly 3 years behind bars in a Miami Florida Federal prison, before an agreement was made to allow him to serve the rest of his sentence back in Israel. He was very glad to come back, saying he “didn’t like American prisons” Who does?
The big question now is whether Meir and Yitzik will get to be cellmates over there or will they be given the chance to make new acquaintances. We’re sure the FBI and American prison authorities will find a good place for them â€“ and not together, of course. They just better watch out when they bend down to pick up the soap in the showers.