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Surrey Police Service "High Value Suspects" FBI Scotland Yard Biggest Fraud Case
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The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust multi-billion dollar tax fraud bribery case has disclosed that the "cross-border protocols" are involving the Surrey Police Service under the supervision of the Chief Constable. The Surrey Police are understood to be "targeting" Anthony Richard Clarke the former chief executive of the Carroll Global Corporation industrial empire for nearly twenty years who is also a trustee of the Carroll Foundation a resident of Kingston-upon-Thames and Marbella Spain. The other core cell suspect is Richard Bray the principle partner of Richard Bray solicitors a resident in Surrey and is thought to own a large villa complex in the tax haven of Gibraltar. It has emerged that these two "high value suspects" are both members of Britain's most dangerous white collar crime syndicate.

Sources have revealed that Gibraltar is understood to be one of three offshore tax haven locations which effectively impulsed this massive City of London bank  fraud heist operation which stretches the globe. Sources have confirmed that the FBI and Scotland Yard who are charged with this case of international importance have recently obtained new explosive Gerald Carroll Trust criminal "standard of proof" files which contain forensic specimen exhibits of forged and falsified State of Delaware "registered" Carroll Trust Corporations that are "directly linked" to fraudulent offshore accounts.

The Carroll Foundation Trust files are held within a complete lock-down at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard London under the supervision of Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe who has an intimate knowledge of this case spanning a staggering sixteen years.

International News Networks:
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