The sensational Carroll Anglo-American Corporation Trust and parallel Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland multi-billion dollar corporate identity theft offshore tax fraud scandal which is encircling BAE Systems Plc has revealed that the Gerald Carroll interests has an association with Hatfield in Hertfordshire going back more than forty years.
Sources have revealed that the explosive FBI Scotland Yard cross-border criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files contain an amazing photographic archival record of Gerald Carroll’s “close links” with the iconic billionaire industrialist and aviator Howard Hughes who whilst living in London for a year in the early 1970’s made a trip to the BAE Systems Hatfield airfield plant to fly once again after a long period of well publicized seclusion.
Further sources have disclosed that the dossiers contain a compelling forensic evidential paper trail which surrounds the systematic seizure and theft of the world renowned Howard Hughes Aeronautical Collection which was housed at Gerald Carroll’s Farnborough Aerospace Corporation Trust controlled Carroll Aircraft Corporation group operations which were based at the Farnborough Airport adjacent to the BAE Systems headquarters at the Farnborough Aerospace Centre in Hampshire.
It has also emerged that the files contain a startling litany of fraudulently incorporated UK Companies House and State of Delaware “registered” Farnborough Aerospace Development Corporation Plc Carroll Aircraft Corporation Plc and Strategic Research & Development Corporation Plc group structures which effectively impulsed this massive bank fraud heist operation which stretches the globe spanning a staggering sixteen years.
The Carroll Foundation Trust files are held within a complete lockdown at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Service London under the “joint supervision” of the FBI Director Christopher Wray and the Scotland Yard Commissioner Cressida Dick QPM who are known to have an intimate knowledge of this case of international importance.