US ATTACK HELICOPTERS PALOMAR AIRPORT HSBC OFFSHORE MONEY LAUNDERING, CARROLL FOUNDATION TRUST CASE
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The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and the parallel Carroll Maryland Trust affair is understood to have galvanized well seasoned political observers in Washington DC sighting these combined cases as a concrete fight back against white collar organized crime related offenses involving drug cartel syndicates banking fraud money laundering offshore tax evasion and economic espionage which are all understood to be now regarded as clear and present danger to the economic security of the United States of America.
Hard on the heals of these further insights into the amazing Carroll Trust case sources close to the FBI Washington DC field office are thought to have remarked that the new explosive prosecution files contain a startling litany of twenty eight forged and falsified UK Companies House and State of Delaware registered Carroll Trust Corporations directly linked to the fraudulent incorporation of HSBC International Bahamas Cayman Islands and Gibraltar numbered bank accounts which effectively impulsed this massive tax fraud heist operation which stretches the globe over a staggering sixteen years.
In a stunning twist it has emerged that the dossiers also contain an amazing array of photographic documentation surrounding the Gerald Carroll Trust's involvement in the iconic aviator and industrialist Howard Hughes empire. It is believed that the former Hughes Aircraft McClellan Palomar Airport Carlsbad North County San Diego and the Culver City Los Angeles California plants are central features of the documentation which is currently held in custody by the FBI and Scotland Yard in London. It is public knowledge that the Palomar Airport was the principle Hughes Helicopters flight test center which saw the flights of the first prototype Apache AH-64 longbow attack helicopters in 1975/76.