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Over 750 prominent European and US citizens to be arrested involving a multi-trillion dollar theft

January 11, 2011

Update: Related news item of one of the key players in this scandal, Ray C Dam – click here. How it all started, here.

Apparently, this mass arrest has a strong connection with an incident that happened in Italy on June 2009.

Remember the case of the two Japanese citizens carrying diplomatic passports who were detained by Italian Treasury police at the time?

They were reportedly carrying $134.5 billion worth of financial instruments –  which were seized. Now, it seems their detention was illegal and the people who “stole” the financial instruments and subsequently tried to “cash” them will finally have their day in court soon.

This is greed at its height. And those allegedly involved are apparently people in high places which include a prime minister of an European nation and a secretary general of an international governing body among others. If Hollywood is looking for a true story with the ingredients for a suspenseful and thrilling block-buster, this would be it.

Over 750 prominent European and US citizens to be arrested within weeks as a result of a multinational investigation into financial corruption

By Benjamin Fulford

A long awaited lawsuit involving a multi-trillion dollar theft is going to be a trigger mechanism that will result in the arrest of at least 750 prominent European and US citizens, according to a senior CIA source. According to the 187 page lawsuit’s RICO (organized crime) indictment, Daniel Dal Bosco, Giancarlo Bruno of the Davos World Forum, Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi, UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon and others will be charged with the theft of trillions of dollars from several Asian royal families as well as from the German, Austrian and Japanese governments. The money was going to be used to set up a fascist world government controlled by a group of Plutocrats involved in the Davos World Forum, according to the indictment. Over 8 different government agencies worldwide have been involved in the investigation, according to law-enforcement officials in Europe, the US and Japan.

The case briefly entered the public arena in June, 2009 when two Japanese citizens carrying diplomatic passports were illegally detained by Italian Treasury police who seized $134.5 billion worth of financial instruments they were carrying. Following that theft, the Italian Freemason P2 Lodge contacted this writer promising they would cash these bonds for the owners so they could be used for humanitarian purposes. This writer introduced them to a member of the British Royal Family who in turn introduced them to a Mr. Neil Keenan. The P2 Lodge then introduced him to what they described as a Vatican banker by the name of Daniel Dal Bosco. Keenan then asked Dal Bosco to cash an additional $1 trillion in financial instruments. However, instead of cashing the bonds or “putting them into a program,” on behalf of the owners, Dal Bosco stole the bonds. Surveillance of Dal Bosco in turn led to David Sale and Giancarlo Bruno of the Davos World Forum.

(To continue reading, click source of the article here.)

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