Tag Archives: “Operation Gestalt”

Les trois villes – Djakarta, Nicosia et Tokyo (FBME bank).

Former top cops Alec Leighton and Nigel Brown uncovered dodgy goings on at FBME. Has the nominally Cypriot bank become toxic in it’s legacy? Fujisawa may thinks so, after a trail running from Tanzania to Mauritius by way of the … Continue reading

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Frankfurt art theft, Serbia and “Operation Cobalt”.

In order to obtain the return of two high value Turner paintings, stolen to order by the Serbian mafia, the art museum in Frankfurt effectively paid a bribe. https://www.independent.co.uk/arts-entertainment/art/news/the-stolen-turners-the-serbian-underworld-and-a-16324m-insurance-job-2314954.html “Operation Cobalt” reads like a thriller or crime film. The legal … Continue reading

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Asil Nadir and the Supreme Court.

Cyprus watchers will be eager to find out what happens when Asil Nadir goes to the Supreme Court. http://www.gazetevatan.com/asil-nadir-in-son-umudu-yuksek-mahkeme-1145190-gundem/ With non disclosure impacting on many high profile cases (such as the Rees and Vians appeal next month) attention turns to … Continue reading

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One off the Ryston, conspiring to pervert the course of justice.

Why has there been no arrest over perverting the course of justice? I refer to the Goggzilla post of 7 April 2014, when I wrote about “Abacus Security” of Lynn Road, Southery, and the actions of Derek Haslam, who, in 2004 passed … Continue reading

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Michael Villiers.

Time to look again at what happened to Barry Beardall. Mr Beardall was unfortunate enough to bump into Derek Haslam who offered to “help” (sabotage) his appeal which would have proven how corrupt the HMRC are. Haslam’s usual method was … Continue reading

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Asil Nadir and Andy Marsh.

All quiet on the Cyprus front, until news that wrongly convicted Asil Nadir is to appeal to the CCRC. As with the Ched Evans case, there is much disquiet surrounding these unsafe convictions. Use of Michael Francis drew attention to … Continue reading

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Whittingdalegate – Jukes last stand.

After a hiatus I find plenty to write about. A seemingly minor lurid tale of John Whittingdale and Olivia King is focusing attention on Peter Jukes, who is constantly mentioning me on Tw*tt*r. Usually I would be flattered, save for … Continue reading

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