Monday, December 26, 2011

#MaryLand - Carroll Trust Fund - Bel Air Los Angeles Amazing Howard Hughes Carroll Trust Biggest FBI Organized Crime Case

It has emerged in American and British media reports on the massive Carroll Foundation Maryland Trust tax evasion fraud scandal that new explosive files have revealed that the Carroll Trust is connected to the late billionaire Howard Hughes estate which follows on from further disclosures in the international media that the reclusive Howard Hughes is thought to have occupied a Bel Air mansion in Los Angeles at 10001 Bel Air road close to the Carroll Trust's Californian Bel Air estate interests. Los Angeles sources have confirmed that these further revelations are now fueling speculation that the Hughes Carroll estate affair could be much larger than presently declared.

In a stunning twist well seasoned Californian political observers close to this case of international importance have disclosed that Loeb & Loeb Los Angeles law firm are explicitly named as the US lawyers to the Carroll Foundation Trust in the compelling criminal evidence dossiers which are believed to contain a startling litany of forged and falsified Delaware registered Carroll Trust Corporations directly linked to fraudulent HSBC International offshore numbered bank accounts “incorporated” in the tax havens of the Gibraltar and Nassau Bahamas which effectively impulsed this billion dollar money laundering heist which stretches the globe. ... read more

Thursday, December 22, 2011

The Cardiff Five : We Have Lived Through Hell Since 1988 We Deserve A Public Inquiry

The destructive effect of one of Britain's worst miscarriages of justice was laid bare yesterday as the surviving members of the "Cardiff Five" joined together to demand a public inquiry into the collapse of Britain's biggest police corruption trial.
Stephen Miller, Tony Paris and John Actie told The Independent how they have struggled to find work, form relationships and suffered from psychological problems after being wrongly accused of the 1988 killing of Lynette White, a Cardiff prostitute.

The case against eight former police officers accused of fabricating evidence against them was abandoned in disarray this month after documents in the case were destroyed. The scrapping of the trial, which cost the the taxpayer an estimated £30m, is currently the subject of two official inquiries.

Mr Miller, 45, who spent four years in prison before being freed on appeal, said yesterday that he felt cheated after the case collapsed. "I spent four years in prison for something I didn't do. It nearly sent me crazy," he said.

"The whole legal system has let me down from 1988. It's been a nightmare from that day. They expect me to melt into the background. But for 23 years I have been fighting this case and I have thought about it every day. Everything has been on hold: friends, relations and family. For as long as I can breathe, I am going to be a thorn in their side."

The three men made the joint appeal for a judge-led public inquiry after the collapse of the corruption case raised questions about the ability of the criminal justice system to investigate itself.

In a letter to the Justice Secretary, Kenneth Clarke, Home Secretary Theresa May and the Attorney General, Dominic Grieve, they called for an inquiry that was "robust, expeditious and truly independent" from the police corruption case. The inquiries are being carried out by the Crown Prosecution Service and the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), which from 2004 oversaw the police inquiry that led to the aborted corruption trial.

Mr Miller and Mr Paris, 54, who also spent four years in prison, both gave evidence at the corruption trial and felt they had been "violated all over again" during cross-examination, according to the letter. Mr Paris said: "I was devastated. I couldn't understand how this could happen. We will always be connected to this case. If the police did their job properly first time round, we'd never have been charged or gone to jail."

He said his marriage broke up while he was in prison, and that he now sees a psychiatrist once a month. "You don't trust anyone, you don't go anywhere, you're a recluse," he continued.

"We're left in limbo. It's like watching a movie and when you get to the best part, it stops. You think it's going to come back on – but it doesn't. You're stuck and there's nothing that you can do."

South Wales Police launched the original inquiry after Ms White was found stabbed more than 50 times in her flat near the docks. Police were hunting for a white man based on initial witness accounts – but the five black men were arrested. Mr Miller was subjected to days of hostile questioning until he made a "confession" after more than 300 denials. After a long trial, Mr Miller, Yusef Abdullahi (who died this year) and Mr Paris were found guilty of the killing – in part based on the accounts of witnesses who had been bullied by police. Two other men, cousins John and Ronnie Actie, were acquitted. Ronnie Actie died in 2007. John Actie said: "Although I was found not guilty by the jury, since coming out I have been attacked, bottled and called a murderer."

The convictions were overturned by the Court of Appeal in 1992, when Lord Chief Justice Taylor ruled: "Short of physical violence, it has hard to conceive of a more hostile and intimidating approach by officers to a suspect."

After a second investigation, Jeffrey Gafoor, a client of Ms White, pleaded guilty to her murder. He is currently serving a life sentence.

An investigation into police corruption was then launched, conducted by the same South Wales force. The trial against the officers was ended after the senior investigating officer, Chris Coutts, told junior officers to dispose of files. Mr Miller, who co-operated with police during the corruption trial, felt let down. "It's like I have been assaulted twice," he said. "I know these officers aren't going into court again but something needs to be done. I'm still going through my nightmare and I don't know when I'm going to wake up."

Matthew Gold, Mr Miller's solicitor, said despite the huge cost of the inquiries and a dedicated team appointed to ensure documents were properly recorded, mistakes were still made. "That has to be of real public concern. A public inquiry must be held to help police and prosecutors from ensuring that this does not happen again," he said.

South Wales police said a public inquiry would not be appropriate because of the other ongoing more

Saturday, December 17, 2011

Who Killed The Kennedy's ?

LBJ from his "Assault on Precinct 13" & his first steps on the road to his "Nightmare on Elm Street" & presidency was the man that made the moves & all controlled by papa Bush 

"They Live" in a world we know nothing about... that we don't even want to know about because we don't want to know the more