The Carroll Foundation Trust and parallel Gerald 6th Duke of Sutherland Trust multi-billion dollar corporate identity theft liquidation case has disclosed that yet another UK Police Authority has been named in this massive white collar organised crime bank fraud case. It has been revealed that Alban Shipping Ltd Luton Bedfordshire has been named in the compelling criminal evidence dossiers concerning the theft of Gerald Carroll's priceless US Anglo-Irish-Scottish and Oxford University national treasures collections. It is understood that Alban Shipping provided long term high security storage facilities for the Carroll Foundation Trust rare collections of illuminated manuscripts dating from the 13th century and other priceless artifacts. Sources have confirmed that the Carroll Library which is one of the the world's finest collections of Irish books and manuscripts three Irish "Torques" State of Maryland "Charles Carroll Attorney-General Seals" together with a complete inventory of criminal break-ins burglaries and organised criminal seizure offences are all contained within Carroll Foundation Trust dossiers retained "in custody" by the Bedfordshire Police Service Chief Constable's office.
The FBI Scotland Yard dossiers have stated that Mark Field MP for the Cities of London and Westminster representing three of the "primary victims" attended meetings with at Scotland Yard over a lengthy period of time whilst further major offences were being "targeted" at Gerald Carroll's Belgravia and Westminster residences and at other crime scene locations including Alban Shipping Ltd.
UK Government and US Government sources close to the Carroll Foundation Trust board of trustees have confirmed that the Crown Prosecution Service retains a complete - LOCKDOWN - of the US HM Crown Carroll Anglo-American Trust One Billion Dollars ($1,000,000,000) white collar organised crime public Interest case. The Bedfordshire Police Service retains the Alban Shipping Ltd criminal case dossiers which schedule the theft of the US Anglo-Irish-Scottish national treasures collections.
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