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Credit Suisse offices raided by tax officials

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posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 02:32 PM
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Credit Suisse offices raided by tax officials


www.bbc.co.uk

German prosecutors have raided 13 branches of the Swiss bank Credit Suisse in connection with an inquiry into tax fraud.

The prosecutor's office in Dusseldorf said on Wednesday that about 150 investigators took part in searches.

The search is focusing on allegations that bank staff assisted clients to evade taxes.
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posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 02:32 PM
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Well this just does not surprise me in the slightest..

We have all known, since the dawn of banking, that Swiss banks have been a haven for those who wish to 'remove' their mega bucks out of the ordinary system.

I feel that this sort of raid has been too little too late.. it should have been investigated years ago, but nobody has released such data to those that are prepared to do something about it.

I hope there is a massive paper trail leading right to the top of the chain.

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posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 03:25 PM
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wounder if this has anything to do with the interpol that came to the us awhile back?

XPLOdER




posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 03:34 PM
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Imagine how simple things could be and how much things could be allowed to pursue their goals if money was taxed just one time, instead of repeatedly?
That there is a byzantine system designed to fool the public into followinng rules designed to shear them clean and allow the cogniscenti and friends of pols to bypass the rules made for the small people would, at another time when people though not as educated as today could still identify a threat with greater ease tham most presently.
You have to wonder why you cant deduct and have possesion of the real value of your investments, rather you can only have some form of promise to pay by someone else if you dont screw up and they dont cheat ya.
Dont talk to me about yes you can with gold, they will not allow you to deduct taxes on holdings like this, just paper promises, in essence, fiat gold or silver. This if anything tells you that if they discourage possession so much, it cant be that they expect to let you posess it if they need it.

[edit on 14-7-2010 by mordant1]




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