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The Carroll Foundation Trust one billion dollars organised crime case took a bizarre further turn with shocking new revelations in American and British media reports concerning the world renowned Carroll Automobile Museum which is thought to have been one of the finest collections of Lamborghinis Ferraris and Aston Martins in Europe. It has emerged that the collection was completely stolen in a co-ordinated multiple criminal seizure operation over a number of years executed by the FBI Scotland Yard targeted international crime syndicate currently operating in the tax havens of the Cayman Islands Gibraltar Bahamas and the City of London with impunity.

Sources have leaked that the Norfolk Police Service currently hold in custody a startling litany of forged and falsified DVLA Swansea Carroll Automobile "cold case" forensic documentation which is linked to the much wider ongoing tax evasion fraud heist scandal which stretches the globe.

In a stunning twist UK political commentators close to 10 Downing Street have leaked that private investigators who are thought to be working on behalf of a US Government sponsored organisation have disclosed that the Scotland Yard files contain forensic evidential material reflecting a startling litany of obstruction offences which are believed to have impulsed the shocking break-ins burglaries and multiple criminal seizure offences targeted at the Carroll Trust's multi-million dollar Eaton Square Belgravia penthouse and Westminster residences over an unbelievable four year period. Sources have also revealed that whilst these serious organised crime offences have continued a further seventy five million dollars of the trust's interests have been continually exposed to what is believed to be one of the most dangerous white collar syndicates ever confronted by the authorities.

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