The sensational Carroll Anglo-American Corporation Trust multi-billion dollar corporate identity theft liquidation tax fraud bribery case has revealed that the St.Louis Police chief is understood to be “closely monitoring” the unfolding developments in this case of international importance.
It has emerged in American and British media reports that explosive files have revealed that the Carroll Anglo-American Corporation Trust is connected to the billionaire industrialist Howard R. Hughes estate which follows on from further disclosures in the news media that the reclusive Howard Hughes occupied a Bel Air mansion in Los Angeles at 1001 Bel Air Road close to the Gerald Carroll’s Californian Bel Air estate and Maryland interests.
Los Angeles sources have confirmed that these further revelations are fueling speculation that the Howard Hughes Museum Trust and Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland estate interests could be much larger than presently declared.
In a stunning twist well seasoned Californian political observers have also disclosed that the Loeb & Loeb Los Angeles law firm are explicitly named as the Carroll Anglo-American Corporation Trust lawyers in the FBI Scotland Yard dossiers.
It is believed that the prosecution files contain a startling litany of forged and falsified State of Delaware registered Carroll Anglo-American Corporation Trust conglomerate structures which are “directly linked” to fraudulent Barclays International offshore accounts and HSBC International offshore accounts incorporated in the tax havens of the Cayman Islands BVI Gibraltar and Nassau Bahamas which effectively impulsed this huge bank heist which stretches the globe.
The Carroll Anglo-American Corporation Trust disclosures are understood to have galvanized Washington DC political observers who have remarked that this case is regarded as an important show of strength to the nation. The 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.
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.
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