First posted: Friday, 26 August, 2011 - 16:25
Last updated: Friday, 26 August, 2011 - 17:03
Burglaries Break-Ins Theft: new legal advisor named in ongoing Met Police Fraud Scandal Case
The sensational unfolding Carroll Foundation Trust one billion dollars tax fraud case has revealed that yet another of the trust's legal advisor's, Vizards Wyeth, has been named in new explosive dossiers obtained by Scotland Yard.
It has emerged that Wyeth submitted compelling forensic evidential material to both the Metropolitan Essex and Kent Police Services surrounding the forged and falsified lease documentation of the Eaton Square Belgravia trust residence which effectively impulsed many break-ins and co-ordinated criminal seizure offences of the Carroll Foundation Trust.
Sources have confirmed that the UK Law Society firm Boodle Hatfield represented Grosvenor Holdings, the freeholders of the prestigious Belgravia estate, in relation to the fraudulent legal documentation that effectively triggered the criminal seizure offences.
Lord Home, the former chairman of Grosvenor Holdings and the current chairman of Coutts Bank, is also deeply implicated in this great British society scandal. It is understood that the Scotland Yard dossiers contain forged and falsified Coutts Bank numbered accounts which are closely connected to the fraudulent Eaton Square Belgravia lease.
In a stunning twist further sources have disclosed that partners of Edwards Duthie attended a range of meetings with the Kent Police officers who are now thought to be the subject of serious criminal allegations surrounding the theft of the priceless Carroll Institute US Anglo-Irish national treasures collections.
They are accused of stealing from the high value crime scene including Red Self Storage, Dartford Kent, and Alban Shipping, Luton Bedfordshire.
The UK Attorney General Dominic Grieve is believed to be personally involved in the ongoing "obstruction and co-ordinated cover-up" with former director of Carroll Global Corporation, named as Sir Anthony Garner.
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