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    LAPD Los Angeles Police "Amazing" Howard Hughes Carroll Trust Files - FBI Organized Crime Case


    The sensational Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Carroll Maryland Trust billion dollars offshore tax evasion fraud case took a further twist with sources confirming that the new explosive FBI Scotland Yard prosecution files have revealed that the Carroll Trust is connected to the late billionaire Howard Hughes estate which follows on from further disclosures in the international media that the reclusive Howard Hughes is thought to have occupied a Bel Air mansion in Los Angeles at 1001 Bel Air Road close to the Carroll Trust's Californian and Maryland interests.


    Well seasoned political observers in Los Angeles have remarked that these latest disclosures are now fueling speculation that the Howard Hughes Carroll Trust estate carried interests could be much larger than presently declared in the latest mainstream media reports surrounding this amazing unfolding story. It is a well publicized fact that Howard Hughes during the later part of his life was a resident in London for more than a year whilst retaining close links with a wide range of business interests in Nassau Bahamas which are understood to have been "closely connected" to the Carroll Global Corporation's banking operations.


    Further sources have said that this massive tax fraud heist that stretches the globe over a staggering sixteen years is bringing in the elite organized crime officers based at the FBI Los Angeles field office "in concert" with Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe's Metropolitan Police fraud squad officers in this case of international importance.


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