The Royal Archives The Round Tower Windsor Castle England * King Richard II * Earl of March Lord Mortimer and Lord O’Carroll of Ely Archives * HM Queen Elizabeth II “Sovereign Powers” Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Marquess of Stafford Earl Gower “Sealed Records” *** THE EARL AND COUNTESS OF ROSSE BIRR CASTLE COUNTY OFFALY IRELAND * JAMES HAMILTON 5TH DUKE OF ABERCORN BARONSCOURT NEWTOWNSTEWART COUNTY TYRONE NORTHERN IRELAND = WHITE TOWER OF LONDON ENGLAND = 1395 * “HOLLOW CROWN OF ENGLAND” * 1395 = DUBLIN CASTLE IRELAND = TRIM CASTLE RIVER BOYNE COUNTY MEATH IRELAND = “HEART OF IRELAND” = KINGDOM OF ELY SLIEVE BLOOM MOUNTAINS COUNTY OFFALY IRELAND = LEAP CASTLE 1399 * CARROLL CHAIR OF IRISH HISTORY HERTFORD COLLEGE * CHANCELLORS COURT OF BENEFACTORS OXFORD UNIVERSITY * CARROLL INSTITUTE WESTMINSTER LONDON *** British Monarchy Royal Family Most Famous Corporate Identity Theft Case in History

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MAINSTREAM NEWS MEDIA EXTRACTS:

The Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust corporate identity theft liquidation case has disclosed that the “politically appointed” UK Attorney General is understood to be seriously implicated in this case of international importance.

Scotland Yard “leaked” sources have said that the British Monarchy is effectively the “central actor” in the ongoing dangerous obstruction offences which are known to be exasperating the circumstances of the three of the “primary victims” currently the subject of a close protection security regime following weapons attacks and “threats to kill” in central London locations.

Sources have confirmed that the explosive Scotland Yard criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files contain a compelling evidential paper trail which surrounds the systematic seizure and criminal theft of major parts of the world renowned Carroll Chair of Irish History attached to Hertford College Oxford University and the Carroll Institute academic research institute.

Further sources have revealed that the dossiers contain forensic images which surround the shocking theft of the Carroll Institute priceless US Anglo-Irish Scottish Russian national treasures collections spanning a bizarre ten to twelve years.

Well seasoned political observers in Washington DC have remarked that the Gerald Carroll Trusts debacle has firmly highlighted the level of white collar organized crime penetration within the HM Government law enforcement inter-agencies who are charged with the prosecution of criminal bankers accountants and lawyers who continue to pose a real “direct threat” to the economic national security interests of the United States of America the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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 Cressida Dick QPM who is known to have an intimate knowledge of this case which stretches the globe.

Historical Footnote: I

The monastery of Clonmacnoise County Offaly was founded in AD 546 and is situated in the centre of Ireland. St Ciaran (St Kieran) met with Dirmait Ua Cearbhaill (O’Carroll) who helped him build the first church on the site. Pope John Paul II whilst in Ireland in 1979 attended Clonmacnoise.

Historical Footnote: II

Maolsuthian Ua Cearbhaill (O’Carroll) died AD 1031 was a political and academic figure in medieval Ireland during the eleventh century and the principle confessor to the High King of Ireland Brian Boru. Maolsuthian Ua Cearbhaill earned the accolade ” Chief doctor of the Western World in his time as the sage of Ireland”.

Historical Footnote: III

The Battle of Clontarf took place on the shore of the river liffey Dublin Ireland on April 23rd 1014 between the High King of Ireland Brian Boru with forces commanded by the Cearbhaill King of Elie (O’Carroll of Ely) against the combined Viking forces lead by Sigtrygg Sigurd and Brodir. The Battle of Clontarf was essentially a bloodbath with King Brian Boru killed along with the Viking commanding warlords in what is historically regarded as the most famous battle in Irish history.

Historical Footnote: IV

Lord Teige O’Carroll of Ely after attending the Court of King Richard II of England at Westminster Hall in 1391 then attended the Papal Court in 1392 following a return from Avignon France in 1377. In 1395 and in the spring of 1399 Lord O’Carroll defeated the forces of King Richard II which had invaded the Kingdom of Ely under the command of the King’s cousin Roger Mortimer Earl of March with 8,000 men being the largest force brought to Ireland during the Middle Ages. Following King Richard II return from Ireland he was deposed on September 30 1399.

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