Russian National Treasures - Kremlin Armoury Museum - Russia National Global Security Affair

The Carroll Foundation Trust Criminal Case - Largest Organised Criminal Conspiracy and Corruption Case - $ One Billion Dollars
$ 1.000.000.000 Embezzlement of Funds Criminal Liquidation of Assets on a World Wide basis
http://www.carrollfoundationtrust.com

Thursday, 15 July 2010

Russian National Treasures * Kremlin Armoury Museum Priceless Treasures "Records" - PRESIDENT VLADIMIR PUTIN + ROYAL HOUSE OF ROMANOV = HEART = GENERAL PATRICK GORDON - Dunrobin Castle Golspie Highlands Scotland Estate Interests - KREMLIN SENATE APARTMENTS * IMPERIAL HOUSE OF HOLSTEIN- GOTTORP-ROMANOV + GRAND DUCHY OF MECKLENBURG-SCHWERIN + HOUSE OF GLÜCKSBURG - HRH PRINCESS MARINA DUCHESS OF KENT ESTATE + HRH PRINCE EDWARD DUKE OF KENT + HRH PRINCE MICHAEL OF KENT + HRH PRINCESS ALEXANDRA THE HONOURABLE LADY OGILVY - GERALD 6TH DUKE OF SUTHERLAND TRUST + CARROLL FOUNDATION TRUST - British Russian Royal Family Most Famous Corporate Identity Theft Liquidation ExposĂ©




Russia Kremlin aides close to President Putin continue to express deep concerns with regard to the Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust and parallel Carroll Foundation Charitable Trust corporate identity theft liquidation case. Specifically UK Government "sponsored" Metropolitan Police Service Scotland Yard action to arrest and prosecute the "targeted" Withersworldwide and Goodman Derrick law firms international crime syndicate which executed the huge $1,000,000,000 (one billion dollars) white collar organised crime bank fraud heist that stretches the globe.

The Carroll Foundation Trust and Gerald Carroll played a vital role on behalf of both the HM Crown and US Government in high level dealings with the Russian Government during the painful transition period from a command control soviet economy to an emerging lawful democratic society.






Russia Kremlin Carroll Trust Global Security Interests

Maine Investments Gibraltar Gazette Section 203A(2) Carroll Trust National Security Case:
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http://www.companieshouse.gi/publications/GAZAR086.pdf