Who is Ninus Malan? He was a millionaire. He is said to have faked his own kidnapping and death with the alleged help of the FBI.
In 2018, the bureau arranged for the San Diego businessman’s faked kidnapping and murder so that they could catch the people who wanted him actually dead.
It all started on November 14, 2018, when Malan and his girlfriend were roused from slumber by a ringing doorbell at 6 a.m. Seven FBI agents were outside his door.
“I was completely scared,” Malan, a divorced father of four, told The Post. “I had never met an FBI agent in my life. I asked what was going on. One told me, ‘Your life is in danger. You’ll need to come with us.’”
The FEDS told Malan that he would need to pose for photos to save his life. But they needed to move fast and couldn’t give more information than that, he claimed.
“After about three minutes of consideration, I agreed,” he said. Then they created a murder scene in my house.”
What was going on, as he found out days later, was the culmination of a month-long investigation in which his former business partner of some 10 years, Salam Razuki, and two employees, Sylvia Gonzalez and Elizabeth Juarez, allegedly arranged to have Malan kidnapped and killed in Mexico, according to the complaint.
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