Now here is some NEWS!
“The Baron is believed to be staying at his Normandy castle, or near to his Paris offices, and lawyers have provided state prosecutors in France with two possible addresses to find him.”
Bonne chance! ~ BP
June 19, 2015
FRENCH police have been ordered to track down one of Europe’s wealthiest aristocrats over a fraud involving hundreds of British pensioners.
Baron David de Rothschild has been indicted over the allegations after the victims, mostly expats living in Spain, bought into his loan scheme.
The banking magnate will now be questioned in his native France, five years after a Marbella-based law firm began legal action against him.
French police have been told by a judge in Paris to track down the wealthy scion who has various homes in the country.
The case involves his company, the Rothschild Financial Services Group, which stands accused of falsely advertising an equity release loan scheme, bought into by more than 130 pensioners between 2005 and 2008.
More than 20 British pensioners in Spain took up legal action against Rothschild’s company after losing their dream properties and thousands of euros.
Paris-based liaison judge Javier Gómez Bermudez – famous for his role in prosecuting the Madrid bombers – announced the summons this week after the Denia Court issued the order.
The Baron is believed to be staying at his Normandy castle, or near to his Paris offices, and lawyers have provided state prosecutors in France with two possible addresses to find him.
Marbella-based lawyer Antonio Flores of Lawbird said the indictment was a ‘breakthrough moment’ in the case.
“It is a good step in the right direction,” Flores told The Olive Press. “The courts are now in agreement with us that there is enough evidence to interrogate Baron Rothschild.
“It is a real breakthrough moment for everyone involved.”
Rothschild’s product, the Credit Select Series Mortgage Loan, was sold to pensioners as a legal means to reduce the value of their homes for inheritance tax mitigation purposes.
The Tax Agency ruled that such a scheme constitutes fraud and Flores believes that Rothschild should be held accountable.
“In short, independently of what happened to the investment, Rothschild advertised a loan aimed at reducing inheritance tax, which is a breach of tax law,” he said.
Flores, and two other prosecuting lawyers, will submit questions for Rothschild in relation to fraudulent advertising.
The Rothschild Group has so far failed to comment.
Ooops. Gee, it’s not looking good for the ‘elite’ of the planet, is it? Their house of cards can’t withstand the wind storm.
Big bail bonds, too. They must consider them a huge flight risk. And her husband’s name is Inaki?
We heard some big “newses” was about to be announced. These financial crimes in the NWO families could be them. Nice going, for all those Light Forces out there taking the criminals to task.
We’re on a roll. Keep it up. Britain—are you next? The Royals are no angels, you know. ~ BP
June 19, 2015
DISGRACED Princess Cristina and her husband Inaki Urdangarin have flogged their Barcelona mansion to cover future court expenses.
The couple topped up their ‘court account’ by €2.4 million following the sale of their home in Barcelona, valued at €7 million.
Cristina is to face trial for tax fraud, while Urdangarin is charged with money laundering and fraud.
A judge set bail of €2.7 million for the princess and €13.5 million for her husband.
Cristina is the first royal family member ordered to stand trial since Spain’s monarchy was restored in 1975.
The trial is expected late this year.