The sensational Carroll Foundation Charitable Trust offshore billion dollars Bahamas Gibraltar tax evasion fraud scandal sweeping Wall Street New York and the City of London has revealed that the former Barclays Bank Liverpool branch which was located at the Martins Building Water Street Liverpool is understood to have been named in this case of international importance.
Sources have disclosed that the Martins Building complex formed an integral part of the Carroll Investment Corporation's Northern England multi-million dollar commercial investment portfolio until it was the subject of a co-ordinated criminal seizure operation by the FBI Scotland Yard targeted crime syndicate which executed the much wider billion dollar fraud heist operation which stretches the globe.
Further sources have said that the Carroll Trust's auditors Edward Robinson & Co of Liverpool and Chester conducted a thorough criminal investigation surrounding the Martins Building fraud and it is now known that the explosive auditors reports contain a startling litany of forged and falsified UK Companies House registered Carroll Trust Corporations directly linked to the fraudulent incorporation of Barclays Bank Martins Building numbered accounts which effectively impulsed this huge money laundering fraud spanning three continents.
In a stunning twist it has emerged that Barclays Bank are also named in the files together with another Edward Robinson & Co client who has been named as Castlewood Securities who are thought to have their registered office at the Martins Building. This US HM Crown national security public interests case is 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 Bernard Hogan-Howe who is understood to have an intimate knowledge of this affair.
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