David Fabb (no. 15)

David’s story involves 20 court hearings but boils down to 10 solvent companies having been bankrupted fraudulently.

The initiating company was Deloittes, one of the big four accountancy and management firms, belonging to the category of ‘too big too fail’, or ‘system inherent’ as they are called in Germany…

He’s no. 15 on Grouping Cases to Enforce the Bank of England Act 1694 and introduces himself on video to our meeting at the House of Lords in March 2010.

His commercial theft story is one of the four samples that we presented to the Lord Chancellor Kenneth Clarke and the Business Minister Vincent Cable, hoping to make a difference.

A short video about him is here.

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