This video is called UK bribery disgrace in trade with Saudi Arabia.
From British daily The Guardian:
Blair called for BAE inquiry to be halted
Official memos released in court case (pdf)
Witness statement by head of Serious Fraud Office (pdf)
David Leigh and Rob Evans
Saturday December 22, 2007
Tony Blair’s personal role as prime minister in halting the Saudi arms sale bribery investigation is revealed in court documents which the Guardian is publishing in full on its website.
Government memos stamped “Secret” reveal that the then attorney general, Lord Goldsmith, twice tried in vain to stop Blair interfering in the criminal investigation.
His chief of staff told the cabinet secretary, Gus O’Donnell, on October 3 2006: “The attorney general is of the firm view that, if the case is in fact soundly based, it would not be right to discontinue it.”
Blogger who dared to expose Saudi corruption is arrested: here.
Corrupt MoD official can keep £1.5m: here.
Secrets around Labour peer’s arms company lobby meeting: here.
CARROLL FOUNDATION TRUST ORGANISED CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY AND CORRUPTION CASE
HSBC – KROLL N Cooper – Queen’s Bankers / COUTTS BANK / BAE SYSTEMS TAG AVIATION /
SLAUGHTER & MAY G James S Hall L Wylde – SALANS / L Rosenblatt A Gaines M Alexander
>>> GOODMAN DERRICK I MONTROSE
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