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Ratten Nest der Betrüger, Gangster die VAE Dubai, Tummelplatz der Geldwäsche, Drogen Bossen bis zum Goldman Sachs Gangster: Tim Leissner

November 17, 2018 5 Kommentare

Über eine Milliarde gestohlen, Hundert von Millionen an Bestechungsgeld bezahlt, für Privaisierungen, wo Deutsche Politiker ebenso mitmachen. Reine Bestechungs und Erpressungs Kartelle, des Finanzbetruges, was ja lange bekannt ist.
Und eine Interpol Konferenz gibt es auch, weil man einen neuen Internationalen Chef ür Interpol braucht, um die Billiarden an Geldwäsche zu schützen*****

Bei jedem Betrug dabei:

[Blauer Bote Magazin]
Der größte Steuerraub der Geschichte
Cum-Fake stellt Cum-Ex und Cum-Cum in den Schatten. Durch die von der Bundesregierung geduldeten Betrugsmodelle Cum-Cum und Cum-Ex wurden etliche Milliarden Euro an staatlichen Geldern geraubt, alleine durch Cum-Ex über 30 Milliarden an Steuergeldern. Cum-Fake stellt noch eine weit krassere Betrugsmasche dar.

Billig eingekauft, die korrupte Kriminelle schon wieder als Justizministerin, denn dann gibt es Posten in den Mafiösen Georg Soros NGO’s.

Die gestohlenen Milliarden der Aufbauhilfe, des Pentagon, der KfW landen alle in Dubai, im Meer der gesuchten Kriminellen und vorbestraften Verbrecher. Das Interpol Büro dort ist nur Show, von Verbrechern wie in Albanien viele Jahre kontrolliert.

Britney Spears sprang für ihn einst im Bikini aus der Torte, inzwischen ist der mysteriöse Finanzier Jho Low flüchtig. Im Strudel des Milliardenbetrugs: die US-Bank Goldman Sachs – und ein deutscher Manager. mehr…

Goldman Sachs wiederum habe an 1MDB rund 600 Millionen Dollar Gebühren verdient.

Goldman CEO „Outraged“ Over Bank`s Involvement In $4.5 Billion 1MDB Scandal
With Goldman shares in free fall (lending a patina of irony to the bank`s call that US stocks are heading for a bear market), CEO David Solomon is doing some much-needed damage control as the DOJ digs into the bank`s role in facilitating the $4.5 billion fraud at Malaysian sovereign wealth fund 1MDB.

Vor allem gibt es viel Bauschrott in Dubai, wo etliche Luxus Hotels schon abbrannten.

Dubai’s Golden Sands

Credit: Edin Pasovic

Dubai has transformed itself into an extravagant metropolis where the police drive Lamborghinis and edible gold ice cream costs US $800 a scoop.

But this success story is inextricably linked with the globalization of organized crime and corruption.

One of the main avenues is the emirate’s abundant luxurious real estate — which, until now, could be purchased in secrecy.

Now a leaked database of property and residency data pierces the veil to reveal the names of many of the world’s wealthy people who have invested millions in Dubai’s golden sands.

The data was compiled by assorted professionals, obtained by the non-profit group C4ADS, and provided to OCCRP.

This story is part of the Global Anti-Corruption Consortium, a collaboration by OCCRP and Transparency International.

Stories

Dubai’s Golden Sands

Dubai’s secretive offshore financial system seems to play a role in almost every international corruption scandal. Why?

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British Financier Under Investigation for Tax Fraud Owned $56 Million in Dubai Properties

A major leak of privately collected property data in Dubai has revealed the enormous wealth amassed by a flamboyant British financier now under investigation in one of the world’s biggest tax evasion scandals.

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The Klepto Hills

The Emirates Hills are known as the “Beverly Hills of Dubai.” It’s an exclusive housing estate where gleaming marble-clad villas, overlooking the perfectly manicured greens of a signature golf course, fetch up to US $52 million.

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Nigerian Oil and Dubai Land

A leak of private property data in Dubai has shed new light on how the proceeds of a notorious US$ 1.3 billion oil deal involving Royal Dutch Shell may have been spent on luxury properties in the secretive Arab Emirate.

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Profiles

Kamchybek Kolbayev

In March 2011, investigators in Kyrgyzstan arrested a man in the outskirts of the capital Bishkek. At his apartment they found $20,000 in cash, a diverse spectrum of weapons, and 2.5 kilos of drugs, including one package neatly labeled “To my brother Kamchy.”

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Khadem Al Qubaisi and Tasameem Real Estate

Khadem Al Qubaisi is an Emirati businessman who, while in charge of two Abu Dhabi state companies, enriched himself and his associates by diverting billions of dollar of public funds using a fleet of businesses and shell companies across the world.

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Vasily Khristoforov

Drug trafficker and Russian organized crime figure Vasily Khristoforov was designated by the US Treasury in 2017 as a representative of the “Thieves in Law,” a Eurasian transnational criminal network.

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Guerman Goutorov

Guerman Goutorov is the chairman of the Canada-based Streit Group, one of the world’s largest private armored vehicle manufacturers.

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Hossein Pournaghshband

Hossein Pournaghshband, an Iranian citizen, was sanctioned by the United States in January 2016 for allegedly providing material assistance to Iran’s ballistic missile program.

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Kambiz Mahmoud Rostamian

Kambiz Mahmoud Rostamian, an Iranian citizen, was sanctioned by the United States in February 2016 for allegedly providing “financial, material, technological, or other support” to two Iranian conglomerates involved in his country’s ballistic missile program.

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Mohamed Tajideen

Mohamed Tajideen is the son of Kassim Tajideen, a Lebanese-Belgian citizen the United States has called an “important financial contributor to Hezbollah.”

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Othman El Ballouti

For two years, Othman El Ballouti, allegedly one of Europe’s major cocaine traffickers, has been on the run from Belgian police, who suspect him to be hiding in Dubai. Now a leaked database of real estate information shows the alleged drug lord owns property in the emirate.

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Sami Bebawi

Sami Bebawi was a vice president of Montreal-based engineering firm, SNC-Lavalin, from 2000 to 2006. He stands accused of fraud, extortion, bribing a foreign official, obstruction of justice, possession of the proceeds of a crime, and money laundering.

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Suleiman Marouf

Suleiman Marouf is a Syrian businessman who has been called Bashar al-Assad’s “fixer.”

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Adnan Khamis Abuzanat

Adnan Khamis Abuzanat, a Minnesota businessman, was involved in a health care fraud scheme that cheated the state of Minnesota out of US$ 120,000 in welfare benefits, according to the FBI.

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Hassein Eduardo Figueroa Gomez

Hassein Eduardo Figueroa Gomez is the son of an established drug trafficker.

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Karla Dorsch

Karla Dorsch is the Dubai-based Managing Director of ‎Piedmont St. James Ltd., an executive leadership recruitment firm, which she helped found in 1999.

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Flamur and Fatmir Azemi

On the night of Dec. 11, 2013 in Prague’s Old Town, four men jumped out of a Porsche Cayenne on Kaprova Street and attacked the security guards of the COCO Cafe Cocktail Bar.

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Harjeet Singh Sachar

Hasibullah R. Akbary

Manoj Kewalram Jagtiani

Suleiman Marouf

Monzer Akbik

Ahmed Saber Hamsho

Mouhamad Wael Abdulkarim

Majd Suleiman

Emad Zouheir Al Ghreiwati

Abdulkader Shareef

Ahmed Khalifa Niasse

Intersun Holding FZE

Hassein Eduardo Figueroa Gomez

Elchin Muradov

Rza Talibov

Shaira Aliyeva

Leyla Gasimova

Ganbar Gurbanov

Igho Charles Sanomi

Hatari Sekoko

Oasis Freight Agency

Ahmad Barqawi

Javed Khanani

Assad John Ramin

Rasim Assadov

The Properties

The following persons of interest appear in a private database compiled by real estate and property professionals, provided to C4ADS, and shared with OCCRP. The UAE real estate data — which appears to mostly represent ownership but also leasing of properties — is believed to have been generated between 2014 and 2016. The data is assessed as credible, but it does not constitute evidence of the same quality as an official property deed. Though most of the individuals in the database didn’t respond to requests for comment, the names have been verified using addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and interviews. Their inclusion on the list does not, in itself, imply any wrongdoing.

https://cdn.occrp.org/projects/sandcastle/index.prod.html

https://www.occrp.org/en/goldensands/

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Clemens von Goetze (Direktor der 3. Abteilung des Bundesministeriums für auswärtige Angelegenheiten) und Anwar Mohammad Gargash (VAE Minister für auswärtige Angelegenheiten), während des Treffens der Arbeitsgruppe in Abu Dhabi für die Zerschlagung der syrischen Wirtschaft.

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Interpol Meets to Select New President After China’s Arrest

Interpol member-states are gathering in Dubai to select a new president after the agency’s former leader was detained in China.

Nov. 18, 2018, at 4:29 a.m.
A logo at the newly completed Interpol Global Complex for Innovation building is seen during the inauguration opening ceremony in Singapore on April 13, 2015. The Interpol Global Centre for Innovation opened its doors with officials hoping it will strengthen global efforts to fight increasingly tech-savvy international criminals. AFP PHOTO …

Interpol Meets to Select New President After China’s Arrest

The Associated Press

Jurgen Stock, Secretary General of Interpol, right, and commander-in-chief of Dubai Police Abdullah Al Marri arrive for a press conference at the opening day of 87th International Criminal Police Organisation (Interpol) General Assembly in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Sunday, Nov. 18, 2018. (AP Photo/Kamran Jebreili) The Associated Press

By AYA BATRAWY, Associated Press

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Police chiefs from around the world gathered in Dubai on Sunday for Interpol’s general assembly to select a new president after the agency’s former leader was detained in China.

Interpol’s President Is Reported Missing In China, Prompting Inquiry

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