The Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust multi-billion dollar corporate identity theft tax fraud bribery scandal which is encircling the HSBC Holdings Plc Chairman Mark Tucker has disclosed that the Singapore Police Commissioner is understood to be “closely monitoring” this case of international importance.
Sources have confirmed that the explosive FBI Scotland Yard “cross-border” criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files contain forensic specimen exhibits of a Withersworldwide Singapore law firm shadow “criminal parallel trust which embezzled a mind boggling two hundred million dollars of the Carroll Foundation Trust huge treasury investment holdings held at the Queen’s bankers Coutts & Co and Barclays Bank City of London branches.
Further sources have revealed that the dossiers contain forensic specimen exhibits of fraudulently incorporated HSBC 4-8 Victoria Street Westminster London accounts which are “directly linked” to the fraudulent incorporation of Barclays International Gibraltar offshore accounts and HSBC International Cayman Islands Cyprus offshore accounts that effectively impulsed this massive City of London bank fraud heist which stretches the globe.
In a stunning twist it has emerged that the HSBC Holdings Plc former Chairman Sir John Bond’s lawyers are Withers who are known to be one of the Carroll family lawyers for more than sixty years which has prompted well seasoned political in Washington DC to remark that the Gerald Carroll debacle has firmly highlighted the serious level of white collar organised crime penetration within the UK Government’s law enforcement inter-agencies charged with the prosecution of criminal bankers accountants and lawyers.
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 has an intimate knowledge of this major public interest case.
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