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Try To Deposit A $151,000 Check For A Sale of Your Former Home & Get Arrested; Only In KS.

Post by Aspca4ever on Mon Sep 18, 2017 1:20 pm

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Wichita family arrested making bank deposit
Posted: Sep 07, 2017 7:03 PM CDT update > Tuesday, September 12, 2017 4:54 PM EDT written by Chris Frank
WICHITA, Kan. (KAKE) -
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Sattar Ali is questioning his family's return move to Wichita following an attempt to deposit a check at his bank which landed him, his wife and daughter in police custody..
The Ali family recently sold their home in Dearborn, Michigan.  He moved back to Wichita, he said, to finish his doctoral degree in mechanical engineering at Wichita State University where the Ali's 18-year-old son is also a student.
 Ali said, "I went to the bank to deposit the check and I took all of the documents with me to verify."
The check was for just over $151,000.  "And I told them I don't need it until I find a house.  So keep the check with you, verify, take your time."  "Simply we were just going there to deposit a check.  We were not asking for money."
But he said his experience started to go down hill.  Ali said,  "And I was talking to them for less than five minutes and I found the police behind me, handcuffed me, confiscated everything and took me outside."
His wife Hadil and their 15-year-old daughter Hawra were waiting in the car outside the bank.  Police take them into custody also and take all three downtown to police headquarters for questioning.  And while holding the family for nearly three hours, police called the private school the Ali's 11-year-old son attends in Andover, telling the school to hold their son because the family was in police custody.  
Ali said, "They didn't say why or what happened or what did we do. I'm trying to figure out what did we do." 
A statement from Wichita police says police were called to the bank for an attempted forgery.
The Ali's are Iraqi-Americans and are American citizens.  Ali said the family lived several years before in Wichita when he worked at Cessna Aircraft before taking a job with Chevron taking the family away from Wichita.  
Ali believes he was being racially profiled and has him questioning returning to Wichita.  
He asks, "Does Wichita not welcome any foreigners?  Then tell us.  Be up front and forward with people and say, you are not welcome in our city."  
Ali was puzzled with why the bank couldn't seem to verify the check but police did.
In a statement Wichita police said, "Officers on scene made attempts to verify the legitimacy of the check, and were unable to do so. Wichita Police Detectives were utilized as part of the investigation due to their expertise and access to additional resources. The Detectives, using the additional resources, were able to verify the legitimacy of the check."
Emprise Bank issued the following statement:  
".. We are aware of a situation at the 21st and Woodlawn branch yesterday and can confirm that our team acted in accordance with our policies and procedures. If faced with the same circumstances today, we would expect our team to take the same actions."


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Selling his home in Dearborn Michigan, wanting to return to Wichita to finish his own Doctorate Degree; his 18 yr old son was already enrolled at WSU and this is how this American man and his entire family were treated by a KS bank and the local law!!! 
UNFUCKINGBELIEVABLE ~~~ This banks group of unprofessional - caustic - piss-poor behavior is just beyond the pale for F'd up customer service. 
I'm so ashamed of what & how this hard working family man and his family were treated!  HOLY HELL!

Oh, INDEED - racial profiling happens and it's insidious growing web of Fuck-Wits is spreading into the rural regions of America! Evil or Very Mad
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Post by Sassy on Mon Sep 18, 2017 3:28 pm

Quite honestly, any immigrant living in the USA must be wondering what on earth is going to come at them next. How do would you live with that on a daily basis?
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Post by Aspca4ever on Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:27 pm

Sassy wrote:Quite honestly, any immigrant living in the USA must be wondering what on earth is going to come at them next.   How do would you live with that on a daily basis?

SHOCKING, and for all those years working for Chevron Oil & Gas as their engineer in Michigan to have this type of fuck-wittery treatment; when a simple phone call from the bank's branch office to his bank in Michigan or the realtor office that the check was written on ...either one would have been a common sense/professional thing to do! 
I hope that Emprise Bank has many a customer leave their banking facility and open accounts at their competition!
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Post by Sassy on Mon Sep 18, 2017 7:39 pm

That would be justice.
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