Sensational revelations now unfolding in American and British media reports on the massive Carroll Trust billion dollars offshore tax fraud scandal that stretches the globe has revealed that the chairman of Kingston Smith Sir Michael Snyder is believed to be deeply embroiled in this case of international importance. Sources have revealed that Michael Sinclair who is thought to have been the audit partner for the Carroll Trust's underlying six surviving global group structures "in concert" with Edward Robinson & Co of Liverpool are understood to continue to retain a complete audit trail lockdown of the primary fraudulent trust corporations. Further sources have disclosed that the UK Companies House "registered" Carroll Trust corporations embrace Carroll Holdings Corporation Ltd Lombardic Corporation Plc. Carroll Securities & Investments Ltd. Carroll Iberian Development Corporation Ltd Russian Investment Corporation Ltd. and PYBT Development Fund (Northern) Ltd.
In a stunning twist it has emerged that new explosive prosecution files have been obtained by Scotland Yard and the FBI containing specimen exhibits of the fraudulent UK Compaines House and the State of Delaware "registered" Carroll Global Corporations linked to forged HSBC International Bahamas Gibraltar offshore numbered bank accounts and Coutts & Co dummy Gerald Carroll banking arrangements which effectively impulsed this massive tax fraud heist operation. UK Companies House leaked source has said that Carroll Holdings Corporation Ltd forms an integral part of the investigation as this structure was utilised within a multiple "name switch regime" to provide a criminal screen off for the embezzlement of millions of dollars of the Carroll Foundation's liquid funds believed to have been held on deposit at both HSBC International and the Queen's bankers Coutts Bank London.
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Tags: Fraud, UK Companies House, Fraud Files, City of London Mayor, Sir Michael Snyder, Chairman, Kingston Smith, Accountants, Gibraltar, Billion Dollars, Tax Evasion, Scandal
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