Bank of England Governor Mark Carney - Goldfinger - Trans-National Crime Syndicate Case

The Carroll Foundation Trust Criminal Case - Largest Organised Criminal Conspiracy and Corruption Case - $ One Billion Dollars
$ 1.000.000.000 Embezzlement of Funds Criminal Liquidation of Assets on a World Wide basis
http://www.carrollfoundationtrust.com

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney - GOLDFINGER $1,OOO,OOO,OOO True*Crime*Syndicate - EXPLOSIVE - Queen's Bankers Coutts & Co Forged Accounts Forensics Files - Barclays HSBC International Offshore Accounts Prosecution Files - Carroll Trust - Trans-National Crime Syndicate Case










The Bank of England is (despite its name) the central bank of the whole of the United Kingdom and is the model on which most modern large central banks have been based. It was established in 1694 to act as the English Government's banker and to this day it still acts as the banker for HM Government. The Bank was privately owned and operated from its foundation in 1694. It was subordinated to the Treasury after 1931 in making policy and was nationalised in 1946. In 1997 it became an independent public organisation wholly owned by the Government with independence in setting monetary policy. Mark Carney is the present Governor of the Bank of England.

The Carroll Foundation Trust Criminal Case is one of the largest ever ongoing white collar organised crime offshore tax evasion fraud heist operations in modern economic history. The case dossiers embracing a staggering $1,000,000,000 (one billion dollars) embezzlement of funds liquidation of assets on a world wide basis are held within a complete "lockdown" at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard London within a cross-border US HM Crown National Security and Public Interests Case.







NSA Carroll County FBI Gerald Carroll National Security Case:
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http://www.fas.org/irp/news/2000/06/000614-nsa.htm

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