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Lord Blackheath follows the $15 trillion money trail

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Posted: Wednesday, March 21, 2012 12:00 am

On Feb. 16, in England, Lord James of Blackheath presented to the House of Lords detailed evidence which alleges a theft of $15 trillion out of the U.S. Treasury. Lord Blackheath: "A total of $15 trillion is alleged to have been passed into the hands of HSBC for onward transit to the Royal Bank of Scotland. We need to look to where this came from and the history of this money. I have been trying to sort out the sequence by which this money has been created and where it has come from for a long time."

Lord Blackheath's presentation to the House of Lords is readily available on It appears that $15 trillion was originally stolen from Yohannes Riyadi of Indonesia. Possibly as a money-laundering scheme, these funds were allegedly used to pay a debt obligation to the British. Interestingly, receipts totaling $15 trillion were allegedly signed even at the Bank of Scotland, but these funds never appeared as a massive transaction in that bank.

Lord Blackheath identifies alarming results of the Federal Reserve in Washington's 2010 audit of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, showing evidence that "a vast profit is being made on this money somewhere."

It was reported that on Feb. 29, Lord James of Blackheath was murdered. However, the House of Lords website does not confirm his death. Truth is that somebody released this report; and if it is incorrect, to impeach the journalists who would report his death.

Daniel Hutchins


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