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Corrupt Billionaire Denied Canadian Residency

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posted on Mar, 17 2015 @ 07:21 AM
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In a worldwide sea of corruption and billionaires getting what they want a rare saga is unfolding of a Billionaire slowly being kicked out of a country.

www.leaderpost.com...

Belhassen Trabelsi's brother in law ran Tunisia until the Jasmine Revolution kicked him out. When his meal ticket got the boot Belha got the heck out of Dodge. However to his ultra rich surprise Canada didn't welcome him and his wallet. Trabelsi's assets were seized because of his ties to the deposed Ben Ali. Even his request for a little more of his loot was denied by the Canadian government.

Now it turns out Trabelsi isn't welcome in Canada at all. His request to stay in the country has been officially denied. The Immigration and Refugee Board has ruled that Trabelsi's role in the corruption that drew the wrath of Tunisian mobs four years ago disqualifies him from remaining in Canada. Of course he gets to appeal the decision as expected in a democracy.

Looks like money can't buy you love...or a Canadian passport! Who would have guessed it?




posted on Mar, 17 2015 @ 07:52 AM
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a reply to: noeltrotsky

"Sorry, buddeh"

That's great- but he'll just wind up here in 'murka, where money buys anything- up to and including law.



posted on Mar, 17 2015 @ 08:44 AM
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a reply to: noeltrotsky

Heh...

If he had access to money before rocking up at the Canadian border/airport/sea port, the schemer in question should have turned his mode of transport south, and gone down to Mexico, or further into South America, and purchased some cartel land and protection.

Turning up in Canada with a past like his was bound to cause trouble for him. Thank God for the foolishness of those who are unused to being told "Nope!".



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