Royal Courts of Justice * Dame Victoria Sharp Rt. Hon. Lady Justice Sharp + Sir David Eady (Rtd) Old Boy Brentwood School Essex * Judicial Committee of the Privy Council Middlesex Guildhall * Lord President of the Council “Expert Witness Files” * Lord Steward of the Household George 5th Duke of Sutherland Estate “Sealed Records” + HM Queen Elizabeth II “Sovereign Powers” Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Marquess of Stafford Earl Gower “Sealed Records” *** THE CHURCH OF SCOTLAND * CHURCH COMMISSIONERS OF ENGLAND * COLLEGE OF ARMS LONDON * HIGH COURT OF CHIVALRY * EARL MARSHAL OF ENGLAND THE DUKE OF NORFOLK = HOLLOW CROWN = KING RICHARD II * EARL OF MARCH * 1395*CAULDRON*BATTLE*1395 * LORD O’CARROLL OF ELY = HOLLOW CROWN = MASTER OF SUTHERLAND * EARL OF SUTHERLAND * DUNROBIN CASTLE GOLSPIE HIGHLANDS SCOTLAND * LEAP CASTLE TRUST COUNTY OFFALY IRELAND * COURT OF THE LORD LYON KING OF ARMS EDINBURGH * LORD HIGH CONSTABLE OF SCOTLAND MERLIN HAY EARL OF ERROLL *** Scotland Police Service Chief Constable Philip Gormley QPM Most Famous Identity Case


The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust multi-billion dollar corporate identity theft offshore tax fraud bribery scandal which is encircling the beleaguered UK Attorney General has disclosed that two High Court Judges are understood to be seriously implicated in this case of international importance.

Sources have confirmed that the explosive FBI Scotland Yard cross-border criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files have named the recently retired Sir David Eady and the Lady Justice Sharp surrounding what is believed to be a disturbing forensic evidential paper trail of corruption bribery and racketeering offences “directly linked” to the most dangerous criminal organisation who effectively executed this massive City of London bank fraud heist operation which stretches the globe spanning a staggering sixteen years.

Further sources have revealed that the dossiers contain forensic specimen exhibits which concern the shocking systematic break-ins burglaries theft and seizure offences “targeted” at major parts of the world renowned Oxford University Carroll Institute academic research establishment which is attached to Hertford College.

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 major public interest case.

Historical Footnote: I

The Carroll Institute archival records contain microfiche images of England’s court rolls and priceless original medieval parchment documents which surround the ill fated Ireland exploits of King Richard II and his cousin the 4th Earl of March Roger Mortimer the heir presumptive to the throne of England. These records “centre around” a great battle between King Richard’s army of eight thousand knights lead by Roger Mortimer who was defeated by the Lord O’Carroll of Ely forces in one of the most celebrated confrontations in Cambro Norman Anglo-Irish history which has never been well documented.

Historical Footnote: II

The Lord of Ely Teige O’Carroll attended the court of King Richard II at the Palace of Westminster London England in 1391 and then attended the Papal court in Rome Italy 1392. King Richard II appointed Roger Mortimer the 4th Earl of March as his lieutenant in Ireland on July 23 1392 and thereafter in September 1394 Roger Mortimer accompanied the King to Ireland on an expedition whereupon in 1395 the battle and defeat of King Richard’s huge army of knights took place on the plain of the Slieve Bloom Mountains in the centre of Ireland within the ancient Kingdom of Ely O’Carroll.

Historical Footnote: III

King Richard II lead an expedition to Ireland again in the spring of 1399 which was supported by the Duke of Northumberland’s household knights. In June 1399 Henry Bolingbroke landed at Ravenspur in Yorkshire from Paris France. King Richard’s further expedition became embroiled with various Irish lordships including the Kingdom of Ely O’Carroll which subsequently delayed his return to England landing in Wales on the 24th July 1399 and then making his way to Conway on the 12 August 1399 to meet with the Earl of Northumberland for negotiations. On August 19 1399 King Richard II surrendered to Henry Bolingbroke at Flint Castle and was taken to the Tower of London and imprisoned on the 1 October 1399. Henry Bolingbroke was crowned King of England on the 13 October 1399.

Historical Footnote: IV

The 4th Earl of March Roger Mortimer and Edmund Mortimer his elder son although the rightful heirs to the crown of England never attained kingship. King Richard II died at Pontefract Castle in 1400 a ruined man following a not very dutiful kingship.

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