911:Financial scandals

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  • To research:
    • Category:Corporate scandals
    • Category:Political scandals
    • Financial Crimes Enforcement Network - US government unit that collects and analyzes information about financial transactions in order to combat money laundering and other financial crimes.
  • "Whitewater Development" scandal

Institutional Fraud

Institutional fraud can consist of various fraud and corruption crimes, such as: money laundering, insider trading, bribing, racketeering, loan sharking, insurance scams, evidence destruction.


Vatican Bank / Banco Ambrosiano

  • Vatican Bank - "The Vatican Bank was involved in a major political and financial scandal in the 1980s, concerning the 1982 $3.5 billion collapse of Banco Ambrosiano, of which it was a major share-holder. The head of the Vatican Bank from 1971 to 1989, Paul Marcinkus, was indicted in 1982 in Italy as an accessory of the bankruptcy."
  • See also:
    • See also: P2 masonic lodge: "P2 was implicated in numerous Italian crimes and mysteries, including the nationwide bribe scandal Tangentopoli, the collapse of the Vatican-affiliated Banco Ambrosiano, and the murders of journalist Mino Pecorelli, Prime Minister Aldo Moro, and banker Roberto Calvi."
      • Roberto Calvi - (1920-1982, murdered) an Italian banker dubbed by the press as "God's Banker", due to his close association with the Vatican.
    • Clearstream scandal with the Banco Ambrosiano scandal
    • "At the time, Archbishop Marcinkus, an American-born friend of William A. Wilson, was under investigation by Italian authorities for the role he and the Vatican bank played in Italy's largest banking scandal, the 1982 collapse of the $1.2 billion Banco Ambrosiano." [1]
      • "William A. Wilson (born November 3, 1914) was an American diplomat and businessman from Los Angeles. A close friend of President Ronald Reagan, was appointed as first (or re-instigation?) United States Ambassador to the Holy See, in 1984. Previously he was personal representative of the United States President to the Holy See, from 1981." [2]
      • To research: Leo Wanta fund connections?

HUD fraud scandal

  • HUD fraud scandal - HUD "Loses" $59 Billion
    • more links
    • United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (http://www.hud.gov)

Savings and Loan fraud

  • Savings and Loan crisis
"The Savings and Loan crisis of the 1980s was a wave of savings and loan association failures in the United States in which over 1,000 savings and loan institutions failed. The ultimate cost of the crisis is estimated to have totaled around $150 billion, about $125 billion of which was consequently and directly subsidized by the U.S. government, which contributed to the large budget deficits of the early 1990s. The concomitant slowdown in the finance industry and the real estate market may have been a contributing cause of the 1990-1991 economic recession."

Teamsters Union fraud

  • Book: "The Teamsters", Steven Brill, 1978
    • Jimmy Hoffa (1913–undetermined, he disappeared July 30, 1975)
    • James P. Hoffa son of Jimmy Hoffa
  • Teamsters - Mafia infiltrated organization
    • official website
    • Teamsters Canada
    • to research: masonic/Jesuit connections
  • Teamsters union fund fraud - with ties to 9/11
    • podcast - with David Hawkins and someone at stoplying.ca
    • Maurice Strong

Guarantee Security Life Insurance Company

  • Guarantee Security Life Insurance Company (GSLIC)
    • "According to the Florida Insurance Commissioner: [GSLIC] was, almost from the beginning, a massive fraud, aided and abetted by blue-ribbon brokers and licensed professionals motivated by their own self-interest. The fraud at Guaranteed Security was a carefully orchestrated bank robbery. But the thieves disguised themselves with the help of accountants and brokers and lawyers rather than wearing silk-stocking masks." ... "Together they looted the company of more than $80 million."

Money laundering



  • Bank of Credit and Commerce International - CIA backed criminal bank, which managed transactions and relations for: drugs deals, arms trade, (sex) slaves traffic, mercenary funding, bribing/extortion, and more.
  • "The Bank of Credit and Commerce International (BCCI) was a major international bank founded in Pakistan in 1972. At its peak, it operated in 78 countries, had over 400 branches, and claimed assets of $25 billion."
    • BCCI Players:
      • Khalid bin Mahfouz
        • Wealthy Saudi Arabian businessman
          • He funded al-Qaeda
        • Former director of the BCCI bank
        • Mahfouz's sister is a wife of Osama bin Laden
        • Despicable prosecution process resource allocation: ... (see also: Oklahoma bombing)
      • Clark Clifford
      • ...
    • Links:
      • Kerry report
      • French research

Stock market fraud

  • todo: insider trading studies
  • todo: Option fraud study NYSE (2000 of 2500 NYSE companies suspect of insider trading)
  • todo: 9/11 put options (United Airlines, American Airlines, Marsch & Mclennan, ...)


  • "At the end of 2003, one of the biggest corporate scandals in history came to light as an €8 billion hole was discovered in Parmalat's accounting records."

Financial-crime evidence destruction


1992 NYC WTC bombing


1995 Oklahoma bombing


2001 NYC WTC complex bombing

  • WTC 1
  • ...
  • WTC 2
  • ...
  • WTC 7
    • SEC
    • Intelligence service
  • ...

Political corruption

  • US - Iraq war profiteering:
    • IraqforSale.org
    • "Halliburton Cited For Iraq Overhead"
  • Jack Abramoff scandal - one of the many criminal, high-profile political lobying networks
  • Randy Cunningham

Leo Wanta fund

(to research)

  • "The Story Of Leo Wanta 'The 27.5 Trillion Dollar Man'"
    • more
    • more
    • Henry Paulson links
    • podcasts with Michael C. Cottrell, financial expert and Treasurer of the AmeriTrust Groupe, Inc.,
  • Leo Wanta - former Somalia ambassador for the US, under Ronald Reagan
    • "The Federal Reserve Board, a private corporation owned mainly by foreign interests dominated by Germany, is dubiously blocking the crediting of $4.5 trillion USD of repatriated offshore funds that were transferred into the United States in May and June 2006, in fulfillment of an agreement reached last year between the US authorities and the US financial engineering genius, Leo Wanta"
    • background
    • google-links
    • Why did Reagan lend him that money?
    • What were the contractual obligations for that loan?
    • Was that loan legal in the US?
    • When and how did Leo Wanta repay the loan?
    • How did Leo Wanta profit from that money?
    • Murders: Leo Wanta, his assistent?
    • ...


  • opensecrets.org
  • "Corruption Perceptions Index 2006"
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