The Phoenix-area man indicted on Tuesday for helping plan the attack on Pamela Geller's Muhammad cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, also ran a wildly unpopular moving company.
Abdul Malik Abdul Kareem's day job appears to have been running Git-r-Done Moving in Phoenix, a moving service so thoroughly panned by reviewers that it has one star on Yelp. The Better Business Bureau gave the company an F. Reviewers complained strenuously on Yelp about everything from the movers overcharging customers to not showing up for moves to stealing customer items to losing one customer's dog.
"USELESS! CRAPPY SERVICE and just plain DUMB!"
"It was by far, the worst 'service' I have ever received."
"NEVER EVER EVER USE THEM!"
Kareem, who also goes by the name Decarus Thomas, allegedly provided the two gunmen with the weapons they used to carry out the May attack and helped them practice shooting in the desert near Phoenix before the shooting. The two alleged gunman, Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi, were killed in a shootout with a policeman before they could enter the venue hosting the cartoon contest.
Arizona corporate records list Decarus Thomas as the owner of Git-r-Done Moving Services LLC. The Arizona Republic reported that Kareem ran a moving and carpet cleaning business. It appears that Kareem added the carpet cleaning component later, as the business is listed as Git-r-Done Moving and Cleaning Services on Yelp under the same address. It appears that Thomas also ran Five Star Moving, which shares a phone number and address with Git-r-Done.
Here are some of the lowlights from Git-r-Done's reviews on Yelp.
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