Wall Street And London Bankers Laundering Mexican Drug Money
Sensational new revelations now unfolding in American and British media reports on the Carroll Foundation Trust case have revealed that the UK Attorney General Dominic Grieve is understood to be coming under intense pressure from the international media to issue a public statement of clarification surrounding the biggest ever ongoing white collar organized crime scandal in modern economic history. This massive case is believed to be bringing in the elite law enforcement officers from the FBI after obtaining further compelling criminal evidential dossiers. In a stunning twist the Justice Department's money-laundering probe against banking giant HSBC Holdings Plc is also looking at possible prosecution of individual bankers a source close to this major cross border investigation said on Thursday. Some believe that if the bank is found to have laundered dirty money HSBC could pay a record $500 million fine as the Justice Department may look to make an example of the bank. The source who has direct knowledge of the probe which was disclosed last year said it is moving slowly in part because of the need for close examination for potential individual prosecutions. He did not name any targeted individuals but revealed that the Carroll Foundation Trust one billion dollars offshore tax evasion money laundering case is believed to be directly connected in so far as the targeting of specific high level executives of HSBC International. These executives are understood to have <b>...</b>
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