United States Secret Service Agents - Monitoring - Biggest Trans-National Organized Crime Case

The Carroll Foundation Trust Criminal Case - Largest Organised Criminal Conspiracy and Corruption Case - $ One Billion Dollars
$ 1.000.000.000 Embezzlement of Funds Criminal Liquidation of Assets on a World Wide basis
http://www.carrollfoundationtrust.com

Monday, 25 February 2013

United States Secret Service Agents - GOLDFINGER $1,000,000,000 Bank Fraud Heist Files - Carroll Trust - Biggest Trans-National Organized Crime Case















The United States Bullion Depository often known as Fort Knox is a fortified vault building located adjacent to Fort Knox Kentucky used to store a large portion of United States official gold reserves and occasionally other precious items = BELONGING OR ENTRUSTED = to the federal government. The United States Bullion Depository holds 4,603 tons (4,176 metric tons) of gold bullion (147.4 million troy ounces). This is roughly 2.5% of all the gold ever refined throughout human history. Even so the depository is second in the United States to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York's underground vault in Manhattan which holds 5,000 metric tons of gold some of it = IN TRUST = for foreign nations central banks and official international organizations.

The Carroll Foundation Trust Criminal Case is one of the largest ever ongoing white collar organized crime offshore tax evasion fraud heist operations in modern economic history. The case dossiers embracing the staggering $1,000,000,000 (one billion dollars) embezzlement of funds liquidation of assets on a world wide basis are held within a complete "lockdown" at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard Specialist Operations Directorate London within a cross-border US HM Crown National Security and Public Interests Case.












NSA Carroll County FBI Gerald Carroll National Security Case:
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http://www.fas.org/irp/news/2000/06/000614-nsa.htm


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