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Shocking new allegations of corruption and fraud on a massive scale which have emerged in further British and American media reports covering the Carroll Foundation Trust and the parallel Carroll Maryland Trust cases have revealed that BAE Systems based at the Farnborough Airport Hampshire executed serious multi-million dollar fraudulent transactions “in concert” with HSBC Holdings Plc.
The US Senate oversight committees are understood to be also taking a close interest in the combined Carroll Trust case following these new disclosures which center around the Carroll Aircraft Corporation global reach operations which were based at the world renowned Ministry of Defence Farnborough aviation establishment under the umbrella of the Farnborough Aerospace Development Corporation Plc. (FADC) the Carroll Aircraft Corporation Plc. (CAC) and the Strategic Research & Development Corporation Plc. (SRDC).
The Carroll Aircraft’s interests are understood to have embraced over two hundred and fifty million dollars of military-industrial complex investment holdings on a world wide basis including aviation assets which are thought to have involved a full spectrum of civilian/military jets and helicopters. In a sensational further twist it has emerged that HSBC were one of the main banking institutions for the Carroll Global Corporation Group which ultimately fell victim of a co-ordinated multiple criminal seizure operation over a number of years which saw the virtual vaporisation of one of the Ministry of Defence’s primary external operating contractors known at the time of these shocking events as the Farnborough Aerospace Development Corporation Plc and the Carroll Aircraft Corporation Plc.
Sources have now disclosed that the Carroll Aircraft Corporation group structures were utilised within the framework of a co-ordinated trans-national crime syndicate operation which effectively impulsed the criminal liquidation and tax fraud embezzlement of over a staggering one billion dollars of the Carroll Trust’s world wide interests. Further sources have revealed that the FBI Washington DC field office elite law enforcement officers charged with this case of international importance have recently obtained Carroll Aircraft Group case files which are understood to contain a startling litany of forged and falsified Delaware corporations directly linked to fraudulent HSBC International offshore numbered bank accounts incorporated in the Bahamas Gibraltar the British Virgin Islands and the City of London.
The BAE Systems chairman Dick Olver continues to refuse to issue a detailed public statement to the world’s media hungry for an explanation about these serious criminal allegations which now confront Europe’s largest defence contractor.
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By Rory MacKinnon in Britain:
Students shine light on Oxford blood money
Friday 10 June 2011
Oxford University was exposed today for hosting an international “Serious Study of Peace” conference at the same time as ploughing millions of pounds into weapons development.
It showed that between 2008 and 2010 Oxford’s endowment and capital funds invested an average of £4.5m a year into arms dealers through third-party funds.
BAE grabbed headlines in March when its armoured personnel carriers were used to crush dozens peaceful protesters in Bahrain, while Lockheed Martin – in which the university held a £1.4m stake as recently as last April – is a known manufacturer of banned cluster bombs.
The period of the group’s investigations encompasses the May 2009 peace event held at the university’s St John’s College.
At the time Chancellor Lord Patten of Barnes said in a message to attendees that the world had become much better at preventing and resolving conflict.
“But as I know from my work as co-chair of the International Crisis Group
not really a peace group since it sometimes lobbies for so-called ‘humanitarian’ war
there is much more that we could do to resolve conflicts and avoid the conditions which help produce and sustain them,” he said.
That same month the university launched a socially responsible investment review committee specifically to address arms manufacturing.
In its official recommendation last March the committee advised against investment “directly or indirectly” in companies selling weapons banned under Britain’s arms control treaties.
But the university’s council overruled the recommendation, saying that screening out such arms manufacturers would be difficult due to a lack of reliable information.
Vice-chancellor Andrew Hamilton said that council members felt investment in arms dealing “was actually very difficult to achieve as such a tiny minority of companies manufactured such weapons or munitions.”
But the report’s authors said Oxford had a choice.
“They can channel their considerable capital to worthy enterprises, shaping the future in a responsible way – or they can continue to provide the financial wherewithal to produce potentially ever deadlier and more indiscriminate means of destruction.”
A university spokesman said they had no response at this time.
BAE Systems Retains Control of Money it Owes the Tanzanian People: here.
Some of Britain’s top universities have accepted millions of pounds from the arms industry giving the controversial trade “a veneer of respectability,” campaigners said today: here.
USA: Defender of the Capitalist System: Department of Defense Worst in Competitive Contracts. Dina Rasor, Truthout: “The Department of Defense (DoD) came in the lowest in the government on competing their procurement contracts…. In the DoD, unlike the past, once a company makes a weapon, it almost always gets the follow-on contract. Some of these weapons … go through generations of technical changes and use of totally difference technology, but because it was originally competed up to decades earlier, these follow-on contracts can be considered ‘competitive’”: here.