Arizona Mexican Drug Cartels Drug Lords * HSBC Holdings Plc Chairman Douglas Flint “Criminal Prosecution Files” *** CLIFFORD CHANCE * NORTON ROSE FULBRIGHT = PWC LEGAL JOSHUA FINEMAN = DOJ HSBC NON-COMPLIANCE HSBC DOJ = CARROLL ANGLO-AMERICAN CORPORATION TRUST $5,OOO,OOO,OOO BULK CASH ASSETS * WITHERS BERGMAN * SLAUGHTER & MAY * JONES DAY *** FBI DEA Biggest Offshore Money Laundering Tax Fraud Case

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The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust multi-billion dollar tax fraud bribery scandal which is encircling the beleaguered HSBC chairman Douglas Flint has revealed that the US Department of Justice two billion dollar drug money fine handed down against HSBC Holdings Plc is a “deferred-prosecution agreement” which is “directly linked” to the Gerald Carroll Trust case that stretches the globe.

Sources have confirmed that the explosive FBI Scotland Yard “cross-border” criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files contain forensic specimen exhibits of fraudulent HSBC Investment Banking billion dollar syndicate loans which are “centered around” the fraudulent incorporation of HSBC International Bahamas Jersey Cyprus offshore accounts and Barclays International Gibraltar Cayman Islands offshore accounts.

Further sources have disclosed that the dossiers contain a compelling evidential paper trail which surrounds the fraudulent incorporation of a Withers Bergman law firm shadow “criminal parallel trust” which effectively provided a diversionary corporate smokescreen for the embezzlement of a mind boggling two hundred million dollars of the Carroll Foundation Trust’s huge treasury investment holdings that were held at the Queen’s bankers Coutts & Co and Barclays Bank City of London branches.

The Carroll Foundation Trust files are held within a complete lockdown at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard London under the supervision of the commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe who has an intimate knowledge of this case spanning a staggering sixteen years.

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The Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust national security case has revealed that US Justice Department was criticized after it reached a deal with Barclays Bank to settle alleged violations of the Trading with the Enemy Act and the International Emergency Economic Powers Act. Barclays violated U.S. sanction programs, and after being unable to determine the culprits internally, was offered a cash settlement deal by the Department.

Sources have confirmed that the very judge who approved the settlement said “the public has very little confidence in white collar crime prosecutions. The judge also characterized the deal as a sweetheart deal and openly criticized Justice as to why no one was ultimately held responsible for the crimes the bank committed. Even Capitol Hill decried the Department of Justice for this deal and lack of individual criminal convictions.

Further disclosures in American and British media reports on the Carroll Foundation Trust case are understood to have galvanized well seasoned Washington DC political observers who have recently remarked that this case is are now regarded as an important show of strength to the nation.

It is with this backdrop of public disbelief, from the judge, Capitol Hill, and the people, that Justice has decided to repair its image by pursuing money laundering prosecutions against individual HSBC bankers. The circumstances surrounding the HSBC investigation may well be signalling the end of the prominent use of deferred prosecution agreements and cash settlements for white collar criminal matters. Given the embarrassment they suffered from their handling of the Barclays case, federal prosecutors may be less willing to accept deals. Prosecutors may instead focus on attaining criminal convictions with prison time for the actors involved in white collar criminal cases.

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