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FBI Houston Organized Crime File AH-64 APACHE HELICOPTERS + CARROLL TRUST US Biggest Bank Fraud Case

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Published on Nov 17, 2010

MAINSTREAM NEWS MEDIA EXTRACTS: I

The Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust and parallel Carroll Anglo-American Corporation Trust corporate identity theft liquidation case took a further twist with sources confirming that the FBI Los Angeles field office is understood to be “closely monitoring” this case of international importance which involves the billionaire industrialist and aviator Howard R. Hughes estate Houston Texas.

British and American financial media reports have stated that the Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust is “closely linked” to one of the world’s most richest individuals of the 20th century — the reclusive Howard R. Hughes.

The Howard Hughes billion dollar fortune at the time of his death in 1976 embraced the Summa Corporation Hughes Aircraft Corporation Hughes Helicopters and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute based in Chevy Chase Maryland. The Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust legal team has named the Carroll Aircraft Corporation Trust Carroll Anglo-American Corporation Trust industrial conglomerate Maine Investments (Gibraltar) Trust and the Urban Finance Corporation Trust Bahamas investment banking group as “primary victims” in this case which stretches the globe.

Sources have confirmed that the explosive FBI Scotland Yard criminal “standard of proof” prosecution files have also named the McClellan-Palomar Airport Carlsbad North County San Diego which is known to have been “closely linked” to the Howard R. Hughes estate and “in parallel” the Gerald J. H. Carroll Trusts “life tenant” worldwide interests.

Further sources have revealed that the iconic aviator industrialist and billionaire Howard Hughes utilized Palomar Airport as the Hughes Helicopters flight center for the Hughes Apache Longbow attack helicopter and the Hughes 500 killer egg test flights which were flown by the legendary Bob Ferry and Jim Vittitoe.

Scotland Yard leaked sources have disclosed that the dossiers contain never seen before photographic images of the Hughes Aircraft Culver City Los Angeles plant which was the birth place of the giant H-I Spruce Goose flying boat and the world airspeed record breaking H-1 racer.

It has emerged that the major American law firm Loeb & Loeb with offices in Los Angeles and Washington DC has been named “in concert” with the City of London law firm Slaughter & May as Gerald Carroll’s lawyers in what well seasoned financial observers now regard as the world’s largest ever corporate identity theft liquidation case in living memory.

The Carroll Foundation Trust files are held within a complete lockdown at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Service London under the “joint supervision” of the FBI Director Christopher Wray and the Scotland Yard Commissioner Cressida Dick QPM who are known to have an intimate knowledge of this major public interest case.

MAINSTREAM NEWS MEDIA EXTRACTS: II

The Carroll Annapolis Maryland Trust - Annapolis in the State of Maryland is the center of excellence for the US Naval Academy situated close to Carroll House. The US Air Force is known to also have a close association with the Gerald Carroll Trust through the Howard Hughes Aircraft empire which was responsible for the design inception and manufacturing of the iconic AH-64 Apache and AH-6 attack helicopters with an aviation pedigree going back to the 1930's.

International News Networks: I
http://usattackhelicopters.blogspot.c...

International News Networks: II
http://carrolltrustcase.com

International News Networks: III
http://news-carrolltrust.com/

International News Networks: IV
http://offshoreaccounts-hsbc.blogspot...

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