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TWB IS AN INTELLIGENCE BRIDGE BETWEEN WHAT YOU KNOW + WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW

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THEWHISTLEBLOWERS IS AN INTELLIGENCE BRIDGE BETWEEN WHAT YOU KNOW + WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TO BE SUCCESSFUL, PROTECT YOUR ASSETS, REMAIN SAFE.

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HAVE YOU READ THE 2012 ING BANK DEFERRED PROSECUTION AGREEMENT with THE USA DOJ?

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ZHANG QI + COUNTERFEIT NOVEMBER 2014 HSBC BANK DOCUMENTS

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IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING THE SOPHISTICATED, ORGANIZED, INTERNATIONAL MONEY LAUNDERING OPERATION CONCEALING ITS CRIMINAL ACTIVITIES AMONG THE INTERNATIONAL BROKER COMMUNITY WITH COUNTERFEIT BANK DOCUMENTS + TRANSACTIONS ON THE INTERBANK SCREEN THAT WE ARE INVESTIGATING + EXPOSING ON THIS WEBSITE, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE OF PRIVATE BANKING CORRUPTION, TAX EVASION, MONEY LAUNDERING OR TERRORISM FINANCING, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

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CENTRAL BANK OF BRAZIL HAS FROZEN BANK ACCOUNTS OF PARTIES ACCUSED IN PETROBRAS MONEY LAUNDERING SCANDAL

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Alexandre Tombini – Head of Central Bank of Brazil

 

http://riotimesonline.com/brazil-news/rio-business/brazils-cb-freezes-assets-from-lava-jato-scheme/#

 

The Central Bank of Brazil announced Thursday, November 20th, it has frozen more than R$47 million in assets from individuals and companies arrested last week in the Lava Jato (Carwash) money-laundering scheme involving Brazil’s oil giant, Petrobras. The measure had been requested by Federal Judge Sergio Moro.

The Lava Jato operation, conducted by Brazil’s federal police, made its first arrest in March, after federal investigators uncovered links between former Petrobras director for refining, Paulo Roberto Costa and Alberto Youssef, a black-market money dealer.According to Central Bank officials, the frozen assets are from accounts of fourteen employees and high executives who were arrested by the federal police on Friday, November 14th, as well three of the companies accused of giving money to Petrobras officials for contract benefits. The accounts of two other suspects involved in the illegal operations showed a zero balance.

Both Costa and Youssef made agreements with prosecutors for lenient sentences and implicated other Petrobras officials and high executives from some of the largest engineering and construction companies in the country, in the scheme. Morgan Stanley told its clients, according to a Reuters report, that the scheme may have led to over R$21 billion exchanging hands.

Due to the ongoing investigation and the volume now said have been illegally obtained by directors and managers at Petrobras, the company delayed releasing its third-quarter financial results last week.

According to Petrobras President, Maria das Graças Foster, the company will have deduct the millions of dollars stashed away by former employees from its final accounting report. Petrobras officials have said that they would probably release the report at the beginning of December.

JOSE SOCRATES, PORTUGUESE EX-PM ARRESTED FOR MONEY LAUNDERING, TAX FRAUD

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Jose Socrates

Jose Socrates

 

http://news.yahoo.com/portuguese-police-arrest-ex-pm-socrates-corruption-investigation-090727366.html

 

Portuguese police have arrested former Socialist prime minister Jose Socrates and three other people in an investigation of suspected tax fraud, corruption and money-laundering, the Prosecutor General’s office said on Saturday.

The arrest, the first involving a former premier in Portugal, follows detentions of other prominent people in separate inquiries in the past few months as prosecutors intensify a fight against corruption in a country notorious for its slow justice system.

It said in a statement that Socrates, 57, who was detained late on Friday, would be brought before a criminal judge for questioning on Saturday regarding an investigation of suspicious banking operations and money transfers.

Portugal’s official news agency Lusa said police arrested Socrates at Lisbon airport as he arrived from abroad. He spent the night in a police station, according to a police official.

Socrates resigned as prime minister in the middle of his second four-year term in 2011 as an escalating debt crisis forced him to request an international bailout, which imposed painful austerity on Portugal.

His center-left Socialist party leads in opinion polls ahead of next year’s general election.

Representatives of the party could not immediately be reached by telephone for comment on the arrest.

A snap election in 2011 brought to power the current center-right ruling coalition, which introduced the unpopular austerity measures such as tax hikes and cuts in wages and pensions.

After stepping down, Socrates left for Paris, where he attended a university course. He returned in 2013 to become a regular commentator on RTP state television.

During his premiership, Socrates weathered several investigations, including allegations that he misused his position as environment minister in 2002 to allow the construction of a shopping mall. He denied wrongdoing and faced no formal charges.

Prosecutors have detained and are investigating several prominent people in separate corruption and fraud cases.

Last week, the head of Portugal’s immigration service, Manuel Palos, was arrested along with several other officials on suspicions of corruption linked to the issuing of so-called “golden visas” to wealthy foreign investors. The inquiry also forced Interior Minister Miguel Macedo to resign.

In July, Ricardo Salgado, head of the Espirito Santo banking family and former chief of Banco Espirito Santo, was named as a suspect in a long-running money-laundering and tax evasion investigation. His management of the bank, that had to be rescued by the state, is the target of another inquiry.