A   empty boat washed ashore on a Florida beach early Wednesday, and an urgent search for its owner is now under way.

Authorities are looking for 35-year-old Guma Aguiar, who took his 31-foot vessel out Tuesday evening at around 7:30 p.m., the Sun Sentinel reports. But he was nowhere to be found when the boat was discovered on shore at about 2 a.m. Wednesday. It was found upright, with the navigation lights on and the engine still running in Fort Lauderdale.

“We’re all out there, coordinating a search of the waterways, as well as the ocean, to try to locate if he’s possibly in the water,” Fort Lauderdale Police Detective Travis Mandell told local TV station WSVN. “We had officers scouring the beach on ATVs, searching if he may have come ashore there.”

Mandell added that “anything’s possible at this point,” and urges people to contact police if they see Aguiar.

Rabbi Moshe Meir Lipszyc of Chabad Lubavitch in Fort Lauderdale, where Aguiar attends synagogue, says the father of four’s wife and children are “completely devastated.””They are all very, very worried about him,” Lipszyc told the Sun Sentinel. “We are hoping and praying for a miracle. We are hoping if he fell off the boat, that he was able to swim to shore. He is massively special and with God’s help and all our prayers, we hope he will be OK.”

Lipszyc says Aguiar, who made his millions in the oil and gas business, is popular among the congregation’s members and known worldwide for his generosity and donations.

“From going to visit people in the hospital, sick people that nobody knew about, helping people that they never knew, supporting families, everything,” Lipszyc told WSVN.

Guma Aguiar holds the Defender of Jerusalem Award in Jerusalem along with Texas Gov. Rick Perry, Aug. 10, 2009. Aguiar is known for his charity work and staunch support of Israel.
The businessman, who was born in Brazil and owns several homes worldwide, is also a main sponsor of an Israeli football team.Despite his generosity, Aguiar has a tumultuous history.

In January 2010, he was forcibly admitted to an Israeli psychiatric hospital, the Sun Sentinel reports. The following year, a judge appointed an emergency guardian for him, at the urging of his wife and mother. According to a 2009 lawsuit, Aguiar’s uncle once accused him of believing he was the messiah.

Aguiar has been arrested three times in south Florida since 2009. He is currently on probation after pleading no contest to domestic violence charges, according to the Sun Sentinel.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/troubled-millionaire-missing-boat-washes-ashore-fort-lauderdale-article-1.1099690#ixzz1ySyF3kXY


~ The engine was still running so we know he must be dead. If he owes you money, you can forget it now.

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9 Responses to Overboard

  1. Barney says:

    The engine was still running, so he can’t have been far away is how I’d put it.

    How much does the tank hold? How much fuel was in the tank when it was found?

    He may be officially “dead”, but I’m sure there’s someone looking just like him not too far away if you get my meaning.

    Why do I even bother when I’m pretty sure this won’t go through? Nothing against you Mel, but it’s looking as if that WordPress “jetpack” infestation has arrived here, in which case I won’t be able to post this.

  2. Barney says:

    Oh! That was a surprise. It went through.

    • melgibstein says:

      Havent erased any of your posts, Barney. Not now not ever unless you start posting like a lot of people do to derail the true problem in this world. I have no reason to think you will either.

  3. Barney says:

    No problem Mel. It seems the “jetpack” thing is something that WordPress is trying out, seemingly at random, or perhaps it’s something more sinister. I know it’s not you.

    The first clue is that the comment box and associated fields look different, and the site no longer reads the information stored in the cookie, so name and e-mail have to be re-entered.

    Type a comment, fill the fields in, click on “Post Comment” and it goes to a “jetpack” download page, where it seems the choice is to install the software or give up. There’s no way past it.

    I know nothing about this software, and I’m using Linux (Ubuntu) anyway, so it probably wouldn’t even install.

    One recent example was incogman.net which became inaccessible to most people for a couple of days before reverting to the way it was before. I don’t know whether that was Incogman’s doing or whether the jetpack thing was a hijacker or what, but it seems to be going from site to site.

    It looked as if your site was affected when I posted my comment. That was why I made that “don’t know why I bother” comment, because I thought I was wasting my time in trying to comment, but decided to try anyway.

    I never suspected you. I’ve only ever known one of my comments go astray here, and that one was reinstated as soon as you found it.

    • melgibstein says:

      My time is limited, I know. But so is there’s in the bigger picture.

    • melgibstein says:

      Jews no doubt run this site as they do most everything else involved with communications. They know their lies have to be protected, but need to allow us to purge somewhat. When they cut off all free speech its time to get out the muskets.

  4. Barney says:

    Update. I’ve just found this about the “jetpack” hijacker (apparently semi-legit, but still a hijacker).


  5. Barney says:

    I agree with your 6.19 comment Mel. I’ve been saying for a long time that when the internet goes down, the balloon goes up. Once they cut our lines of communication we fight or die. There’s no other option. They’ve got the FEMA camps, and they’ve got the guillotines. Why would such things even exist if they weren’t planning to use them?

    Here in the sewer that was once England (and will be again), we’re not even allowed to know of the existence of such obscenities, but we can be certain they’re here.

    The fake jews do like the idea of beheading true Israelites, and Human Beings in general.

    I’m reminded of an old song by Wally Whyton and his skiffle group “The Vipers” entitled “It’s a rat race”. I haven’t been able to get hold of a copy, but there’s one line in particular that goes

    “Keep your knuckle dusters handy ‘case the going gets too rough. Remember that a live rat is more difficult to stuff”.

    If we wait for the knock on the door, we’re finished.

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