The more one delves into the Asil Nadir case and the other ones connected to it, the more disquieting it becomes. Threads tie together shady figures and dodgy organisations (I am hinting at MI6 here) and what better cover for illegal arms deals than a businessman being duped?
I have decided to open Pandora’s box and see what is inside. Mr Nadir believed in British justice and that was to be his downfall. Hopefully he will soon be extradited and can finish his custodial term outside the U.K. Many unanswered questions surround his trial and it’s very dubious sentence.
Good work. Another interesting frame up was that of John Drewe.
“Someone” does not like what I am writing.
How can you tell?
The amount of death threats I have to block.
It might be a good idea to put in a request for information to HMRC to ask them if under their former tarnished name, they were involved in excise fraud utilising members of the SIS to set up the frauds. If you look at the London City Bond scam in which the taxpayer lost millions and millions, it seems bizarre that Customs let the fraud go on and on so they could catch the organisers. Much more likely they let it go on and go because they wanted as much money as possible, money which the taxpayer sorely needs for hospitals and schools. And puzzling as well is that HMCE/HMCR were never able to find the Mr Bigs in carousel fraud in spite of being given more and more resources and in spite of the frauds having common links. Perhaps it might be a good idea to add a request about carousel frauds as well though I’m not hopeful of an honest response,
LCB is one avenue. I did another request on repatriation of Turkish prisoners – esp older ones in poor health.