The Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust and Carroll Foundation Trust cross-border multi-billion dollar corporate identity theft offshore tax fraud case has revealed that yet another of Gerald Carroll's legal advisors Vizards Wyeth has been named in the explosive dossiers obtained by Scotland Yard and the FBI Washington DC field office elite law enforcement officers charged with this case of international importance.
Sources have confirmed that the Law Society firm Boodle Hatfield is understood to represent the Grosvenor Group freeholders of the prestigious Belgravia estate in relation to the fraudulent legal documentation that effectively triggered the shocking break-ins burglaries and co-ordinated criminal seizure offences which were "targeted" at the Carroll Foundation Trust multi-million dollar Eaton Square Belgravia and Westminster properties. It has emerged that the Grosvenor Group former chairman and former chairman of Coutts Bank Lord David Home is seriously implicated in this great British society scandal. It is understood that the case files contain forged and falsified Coutts Bank numbered accounts which are "closely connected" to the fraudulent Eaton Square Belgravia and Westminster leases.
Further sources have confirmed that the Vizards Wyeth law firm represented the Carroll Foundation Trust and submitted compelling forensic evidential material to Scotland Yard the Kent Police Service and the Essex Police Service surrounding the fraudulent leases. In a stunning twist Boodle Hatfield are also "named" in the FBI Scotland Yard dossiers which contain "charge sheets" surrounding the complete theft of the entire contents of the Eaton Square Belgravia penthouse.
Mark Field MP for the Cities of London and Westminster in the heart of the United Kingdom Governmental apparatus is "named" as a primary "expert witness" representing three of the primary victims in the case spanning the globe.
The Commissioner Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard Carroll Trust Economic Security Case:
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