Man Kidnaps 4 Children, Flees to Clearwater, Rejects “White Supremacist Law”
CLEARWATER – A Spring Hill man is behind bars in Pinellas County today, after officials say he kidnapped his four children and fled to Clearwater.
According to officials, 38-year-old Muharib Fahim Kursheed responded to the residence of his children around 10:00 a.m. yesterday and waited in his vehicle until they came outside. Once they exited, Kursheed took his children and fled the area. The mother, Leah Sykes then pursued Kursheed until she lost sight of his vehicle in the area of Waterfall Drive and Spring Hill Drive. Sykes contacted the Sheriff’s Office and claimed that Kursheed may try to leave the state or even the country with the children. According to a court order, Kursheed is not to have contact with Sykes or the four children.
With the cooperation of several law enforcement agencies, including the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, Clearwater Police, ICE, and the FBI, Kursheed was located at an associate’s home in Clearwater, around 6:30 p.m. The four children were found safe and returned to Sykes.
Kursheed was taken into custody and charged with 4-counts of Interreference with Child Custody and 5-counts of Violation of Injunction. In addition, Kursheed is held on several outstanding Hernando County Warrants related to theft and fraud against this reporter [Tom Lemons] that occurred earlier this year.
The domestic dispute between Kursheed and Sykes began last October when Sykes was arrested for Domestic Battery against Kursheed. The case against Sykes was eventually abandoned, due to “Witness/Victim Issues,” according to an Assistant State Attorney.
In the months following Sykes arrest, Kursheed made several attempts to request an Injunctions against Sykes, but all were denied. Sykes was eventually granted an injunction against Kursheed but the details of that case are unknown.
Warrants were issued for Kursheed’s arrest back in March of this year, after he stole this reporter’s wallet from the Speedway Gas Station located at Northcliffe Blvd and Mariner Blvd. Kursheed then proceeded to transfer funds from [my] bank account and also attempted to use other credit cards. But there is much more to Kursheed than meets the eye.
Rahim Fahim Kursheed filed a lawsuit against the Hernando County Sheriff’s Office and the 5thJudicial Circuit Court, and Judge Kristie Ruppe in April of this year, claiming he is Moorish and does not recognize the United States Constitution. Kursheed claims the court has no jurisdiction over his March 10tharrest for violating a domestic violence injunction because it conflicts with his belief in the Zodiac Constitution.
Kursheed states in his complaint that he is a not a Negro, Black Man, Colored, African-American, or any other slave title; rather, heis an Aboriginal Indigenous Moorish-American. Because of these factors, Kursheed is demanding that the revocation of his bond be reversed, and he is asking for damages in the amount of $28,000.
Moors reject the U.S. Constitution under the belief that the Zodiac Constitution is sovereign because white supremacists created the laws of the Magna Charta Union Society. But the Moors, who are also referred to as Beys (BIE) or Els, have raised serious concerns with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, according to a 2017 Intelligence Assessment.
The FBI report suggests that BIE or Black Identity Extremists are very likely to target and commit violent acts against law enforcement officers, especially in response to Police-Involved incidents, like the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri.
Gavin Eugene claimed to belong to the Moor society when he ambushed and shot six Baton Rouge Police Officers in 2016, killing three.
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