Alfred Cullinane (no. 20)

This story is as shocking and unbelievable as all the others. It is a new ‘genre’ of literature: real crime by real authorities or banks. NatWest this time.

Ten officers, including bailiff and police, with a dog van and an engineer to remove a listening device from the telephone pole in action…

The deadly embrace of The Rule of Money and the Power of Law Enforcement.

To read the story and view the photos, please click here.

It is no. 20 under Grouping Cases to Enforce the Bank of England Act 1694.

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