Father Charged in Family Deaths, Sent Insurance Money Home to Egypt

Police charged Ali Elmezayen in California on fraud felonies stemming from allegedly driving his family, including his two autistic sons, off a wharf at the Port of Los Angeles after he purchased $6 million worth of accidental death insurance policies, sending money received home to Egypt. (AP, Nick Ut, photo)

Fox News – A father in California has been accused of driving his family, including his two autistic sons, off a cliff after he purchased $6 million insurance policies in case of accidental deaths.

Ali Elmezayen, 44, of Hawthorne, was charged with defrauding insurance companies following the April 9, 2015, episode, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California announced Tuesday. . . . Elmezayen, who is Egyptian, collected more than $260,000 in insurance payouts and wired most of the money back to Egypt, according to the U.S. attorney’s office.

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