Marine Links British Bankers’ Libor Bribes to Standard Chartered Building #7
United States Marine and virtual presidential candidate, Field McConnell, has linked arson attacks on Standard Chartered offices in WTC Building #7 on 9/11, to bribes paid to the U.S. Department of Justice to drop Rico indictments in re the British Bankers’ Association’s Libor rate-rigging fraud.
“World Trade Center Building 7 – the Smoking Gun of 9/11 p1/2”
“CITY FOCUS: Standard Chartered in battle over reputation By HELEN POWERPUBLISHED: 23:25 GMT, 7 August 2012 | UPDATED: 07:29 GMT, 8 August 2012 Standard Chartered began the fight to salvage its reputation yesterday when chairman Sir John Peace flew to New York to face regulators as the bank held crisis talks in London with worried shareholders. Sir John boarded a plane as shares in Standard Chartered fell by as much as 25pc, wiping £6bn off the value of the company. The sell-off followed dramatic allegations by the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) on Monday that Standard Chartered illegally laundered £160bn for Iran, exposing the US financial system to ‘weapons dealers and drug kingpins’.”
“[Spoliation inference that Thomson Reuters, the British Bankers’ Association’s data compiler for the Libor rate-rigging fraud is spinning a Wag the Dog news story to decoy the public away from Standard Chartered’s use of WTC#7 to run the Libor rate-rigging scam in New York and subsequently vaporize evidence in the arson attack of 9/11] Standard Chartered reaches US$340-million settlement over Iran allegations Karen Freifeld, Reuters | Aug 14, 2012 2:13 PM ET | Last Updated: Aug 14, 2012 2:41 PM ET More from Reuters NEW YORK – Standard Chartered Plc has agreed to pay US$340-million to settle allegations that it hid transactions with Iran from regulators, the New York Department of Financial Services said on Tuesday. In addition to the civil penalty, the bank agreed to install a monitor for at least two years to evaluate the bank’s money-laundering risk controls in its New York branch, the department said in a statement. The department also said it had adjourned a hearing set for Wednesday at which it had called on Standard Chartered to demonstrate why its New York state banking license should not be revoked. “The parties have agreed that the conduct at issue involved transactions of at least US$250-billion [sufficient for BBA to finance the 9/11 attack with proceeds of Libor event arbitrage],” the department said in a statement. Related Standard Chartered in talks to settle Iran money laundering probe Standard Chartered investors question Iran defence, fret over possible fines and lawsuits The bank did not immediately return a call seeking comment on the settlement. New York Financial Services Superintendent Benjamin Lawsky made the allegations against Standard Chartered on Aug. 6, saying it was a “rogue institution” for breaking U.S. sanctions. The announcement came after Standard Chartered’s Chief Executive Peter Sands, who strongly denied the allegations last week, flew to New York to take personal control of the bank’s attempts to reach a settlement. © Thomson Reuters 2012”
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