July 2, 2012
Barclays, Citigroup, Halifax, RBS
Ann Pettifor, Banking Services, Banks, Barclay, Barclays, British Bankers Association, Business, Citigroup, Financial services, Halifax, HM Treasury, HSBC, List of banks in the United Kingdom, Parliament of the United Kingdom, public inquiry, RBS, Terms of reference
Addressed at HM Treasury, this petition says:
We the undersigned call for an independent, judicial public enquiry into fraud, wrongdoing and ethics of British banks, their management and their staff, and the role of the British Bankers Association. The terms of reference of this inquiry should also include the manipulation of interest rates on about £225 trillion of assets. The inquiry must have full powers to compel witnesses to appear on oath, and to obtain all forms of evidence.
If it gets 100,000 signatures, it will lead to a debate in Parliament. It was initiated by Ann Pettifor who is very well versed in the subject. More
July 10, 2011
Barack Obama, Business, Corruption, Crime, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Financial services, fraud, Government, HSBC, Organized crime, Police, Sky News, United States, White House
“This is crime” Gerald Carroll says on this video, once running the third largest private business empire in the UK. Today he is BANKRUPT and he believes his life is in danger!… Sounds familiar?
“Systematically defrauded of millions and millions of pounds!”
SkyNews seems to be the only mainstream media outlet interested in his story:
There are a 154 videos on the YouTube channel PublicInterests where the comments are significant reading. It introduces itself by
The Carroll Foundation Trust Criminal Case is the largest organized crime offshore tax evasion fraud heist operation which stretches the globe.
Report by The Guardian 0n 6 May, 2000:
carroll trust’s Instablog:
3 August, 2009: Guardian’s = BLACKOUT = Britain’s Biggest Tax Fraud Scotland Yard Carroll $1,000,000,000 Trust Case
7 July, 2011: FBI Los Angeles Sensational Disclosures Howard Hughes Gerald Carroll Billion Dollar Trust Loet & Loeb LLP Fraud Case