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Friday, 8 June 2012

CHARLES GREEN AND THE INDONESIAN MONEY-LAUNDERER

CHARLES GREEN has a decidedly dodgy past. He has had a suspiciously chequered business career.

And armed with Charles Alexander Green's date of birth, 23rd May 1953, it should not be beyond the wit and competence of , say, the reporters who lounge on the Herald Business Desk, to find out more about Charles Green.

To delve and discover who his associates in the Far East have been and may still be. And to conduct research on them and discover just what sort of people they are.

For remember, it was to the Far East that Charles Green looked to and talked about when he first appeared and started making statements that he had 20 investors, that he had a £20M war chest and that Rangers would emerge from administration debt free under him

Lies!

Lies!

Lies!

There are just six investors.

Fact!

The CVA pot is at best £8.3M.

Fact!

An if Rangers do emerge from administration they will owe Charles Green £8.3M.

Fact!

Why, given how many lies he has told Rangers supporters and been caught out in, would any Rangers fan believe his snake oil salesman promises about not flogging off Ibrox Stadium?

Why would Rangers supporters who were conned out of their season ticket money by that arch huckster Craig Whyte this time last year, believe any weasel words from Charles Green?

I do not believe the vast and overwhelming majority of Rangers supporters do believe him. Furthermore, I do not believe the vast and overwhelming majority of Rangers supporters will hand over their season ticket money to Charles Green.

Or at least, not until he produces a legally binding document which Rangers fans can have authorised by their own lawyers.

That is no more than common sense.

Anything else would be the same as those who, after getting caught by the Oxford Street three-card-trick con artists, fill up their wallets at a cash point and get played for mugs again on their way back.

However, let me present a little more evidence about Charles Green's business background in the Far East. Evidence which is freely available, but which the dilettantes on the Herald Business Desk have not bothered to uncover.

For Charles Green appears to have links with the Far East.And with a country he has mentioned, Indonesia. But not with the sort of people he would want Rangers supporters to know about.

It appears that Green was Chairman of Nova Resources, a Singapore-based firm which was supposedly run by local lawyer called, Chan Fook Meng.

Green has mentioned a Singapore family trust as

investors in Rangers, plus an Indonesian connection.

Records show that Green was appointed to Nova in January, days after Nova Resources was announced as the new name for a Singapore firm called Tembusu Investments.

And why would Tembusu want to change their name?

Could it be something to do with this article in the London Evening Standard, dated 11, May 2011?

"More bad news for Rafat Rizvi, the $600 million (£367 million) tycoon found guilty on corruption and money-laundering charges in Indonesia in late 2010.

"Indonesian officials have been infuriated by the difficulty of chasing him and his assets, and have just signed a co-operation deal with public prosecutors in 33 countries, including the UK.

"Rizvi was sentenced in absentia for 15 years for allegedly stealing from Bank Century, in which he was a major shareholder.

"But he has been able to live as a free man in London and Singapore due to the lack of an extradition treaty with Indonesia. Could the Jakarta Declaration herald the beginning of the end of such liberty?

"Until his trial in Indonesia, Rizvi was chairman and chief executive ofAIM-listed Tembusu Investments.

Rizvi, who claims the charges are trumped up and politically motivated resigned from Tembusu for the sake of the business when the Indonesian investigations surfaced."

The story also surfaced in Britain's biggest selling broadsheet newspaper, the Daily Telegraph.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/indonesia/7175319/British-ban

ker-could-face-death-over-fraud-charges.html

http://www.thisislondon.co.uk/business/markets/city-spy-law-may-be-closing-i

n-on-runaway-rizvi-6400392.html

So now we see what looks like business links which connect Charles Green with someone who is on the run after having been sentenced to 15 years in jail for money laundering and corruption.

Rafat Rizvi is able to escape justice by staying in Britain and Singapore because of the lack of extradition treaties.

Therefore, there is nothing to stop convicted money launderer Rafat Rizvi marching triumphantly on Ibrox alongside Charles Green, in much the same way as conman Craig Whyte and his cronies did last year.

Is convicted fraudster and money launderer, Rafat Rizvi one of the mysterious investors from the Far East who Charles Green refuses to name?

If he is, then it's obvious why Charles Green wants to keep secret the fact a convicted money launderer and corrupt businessman is behind his bid to snare Rangers.

Charles Alexander Green, date of birth, 23, May 1953, has more than a suspiciously chequered business past. He has had a decidedly dodgy career and it looks as though at least one shady character inhabits his past.

We know Charles Green is a liar. Is he more than that?

posted by leggoland @ 08:19

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You could just swap the name Green with King and it would be truly a FACT, but one that stands up to scrutiny.

Mr Cadburys parrot.

And another thing, with all these various underworld syndicates involved in LalaLeggoland can we expect violin cases in the boardroom.

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:lol: :lol:

More digs at the Herald - and the story - Green went into the Indonesian company - AFTER yer man was found to be doing illegal shit - probably to sort the mess out - after all he has stated that is what he does.

Where are the conspiracy theory boys - strange that this comes out the day after King posts his attempt at derailment - also going by my own feelings and the survey on RM the vast majority of season ticket holders will stump up their cash.

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Can't be bothered reading Leggo's drivel today.

What does it say? I'll guess at: "TBK good, Green bad". Am I close?

Green = antichrist......... tbk's = the Crusaders (minus Randy Crawford) :lol:

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Dear David

If your true bloo knights had the readies then they would be in control now.

They didn't have the money 15 months ago and they didn't have it 2 months ago.

So by all means shout and bawl about Whyte and Green but what is the alternative at this late stage?

Boycott Green and ruin the CVA?

Go down the newco route so that the true bloo knights can pick up the club for a fraction of what they should be paying?

So tell us David what is the alternative at this very late stage in the proceedings?

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More underhand stuff and innuendos from Leggo today, particularly like this part

"So now we see what looks like business links which connect Charles Green with someone who is on the run after having been sentenced to 15 years in jail for money laundering and corruption".

Just love the what looks like part

Typical nudge, nudge, wink, wink

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Let's all play at Leggo. I presume we'll see something along the same lines as the following if TBK ever get near Rangers.

PAUL MURRAYS CROOKED SOUTH AFRICAN CONNECTION

We've heard a lot about Paul Murrays Blue Cashlites consortium and their struggle to take over Rangers, but we've seen very little detail on the shady people behind it. Paul Murray talks of investment from South Africa, but a few checks on the name Paul Murray shows up shocking links to Dave King, who may be in his consortium.

If you check up on Paul Murray you'll find he was a director at Rangers PLC at the same time as Dave King. This man has been running from the South African Revenue Service for 10 years.

He has faced charges of money laundering, racketeering, fraud and tax evasion, and is currently being pursued by SARS for £250m in unpaid tax.

His assets have been frozen worldwide by the courts in SA and also by the court of session in the UK.

Described by Judge Southwood as "In our assessment he is a glib and shameless liar." King is clearly a man of few scruples.

Now I don't know if Paul Murray was involved in Kings illegal scams, but he could have been as the business links are there and they have been seen together.

Furthermore, both these men were directors of Rangers when crooked businessman Craig Whyte took over. Another link to a dodgy businessman ?

Links to Crooked businessmen seem to crop up all over once you start looking at Paul Murrays background.

More to follow later - When I reveal which of Murrays associates was on the grassy knoll, and Murrays links with Tony Soprano, a well known US gangster.

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Dear David

If your true bloo knights had the readies then they would be in control now.

They didn't have the money 15 months ago and they didn't have it 2 months ago.

So by all means shout and bawl about Whyte and Green but what is the alternative at this late stage?

Boycott Green and ruin the CVA?

Go down the newco route so that the true bloo knights can pick up the club for a fraction of what they should be paying?

So tell us David what is the alternative at this very late stage in the proceedings?

A possible other alternative from the very beginning was major and majority involvement by the fans, that's us, the fact that this has never been advanced or discussed in any great detail says more about the calibre of alleged fans leaders than anything else, to many interested in blazers more than anything else.

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Leggo is really pathetic he needs for the sake of his sanity to let this go. The Blue Knights have gone Green is the only show in town. He states that everyone that is mentioned to be on Greens consortium is dodgy Leggo can you tell me anyone who has the amount of money that these people are reported to have are straight as a ruler or pure as the driven snow No you cant Please just pack it in.

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A possible other alternative from the very beginning was major and majority involvement by the fans, that's us, the fact that this has never been advanced or discussed in any great detail says more about the calibre of alleged fans leaders than anything else, to many interested in blazers more than anything else.

You only have to look at the agendas of certain individuals and groups to realise pretty quickly fan ownership would be a complete disaster for Rangers FC.

By all means have some input and dialogue but for me the fewer people incvolved in running the club the better.

The previous model wasn't wrong it was the individuals involved who were wrong.

A couple of tweaks here and there with more detailed accountability and transparency would do me.

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Let's all play at Leggo. I presume we'll see something along the same lines as the following if TBK ever get near Rangers.

PAUL MURRAYS CROOKED SOUTH AFRICAN CONNECTION

We've heard a lot about Paul Murrays Blue Cashlites consortium and their struggle to take over Rangers, but we've seen very little detail on the shady people behind it. Paul Murray talks of investment from South Africa, but a few checks on the name Paul Murray shows up shocking links to Dave King, who may be in his consortium.

If you check up on Paul Murray you'll find he was a director at Rangers PLC at the same time as Dave King. This man has been running from the South African Revenue Service for 10 years.

He has faced charges of money laundering, racketeering, fraud and tax evasion, and is currently being pursued by SARS for £250m in unpaid tax.

His assets have been frozen worldwide by the courts in SA and also by the court of session in the UK.

Described by Judge Southwood as "In our assessment he is a glib and shameless liar." King is clearly a man of few scruples.

Now I don't know if Paul Murray was involved in Kings illegal scams, but he could have been as the business links are there and they have been seen together.

Furthermore, both these men were directors of Rangers when crooked businessman Craig Whyte took over. Another link to a dodgy businessman ?

Links to Crooked businessmen seem to crop up all over once you start looking at Paul Murrays background.

More to follow later - When I reveal which of Murrays associates was on the grassy knoll, and Murrays links with Tony Soprano, a well known US gangster.

You could improve your impersonation by adding ".... those lazy reporters at the Herald could have found out about this if they had tried (by reading Wikipedia) and more to come about the Odious Creeps links to Liewell ......

BUT pretty close impersonation ...

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You only have to look at the agendas of certain individuals and groups to realise pretty quickly fan ownership would be a complete disaster for Rangers FC.

By all means have some input and dialogue but for me the fewer people incvolved in running the club the better.

The previous model wasn't wrong it was the individuals involved who were wrong.

A couple of tweaks here and there with more detailed accountability and transparency would do me.

It would only be a disaster because of to many fragmented fans groups and individuals within those groups with loaded agendas, one fans representative body elected by us would be a starting point.

I am fed up with others inability to fix anything all supposed high flyers, it's our club we should have the major say if we try and fail at least we tried, or is it better not to try and just blame others every time something goes wrong.

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We believe you Leggo :anguish:

Wind back 13 months.

WHYTE ERA ARRIVES

CRAIG WHYTE has done more than merely confound his critics by showing he is the real deal.

He has also displayed the sort of tough technique in talks which he will surely be able to use for the good of Rangers in the fututre.

Whyte has got what he wanted, and made his dream of owning the club he supported as a boy come true, for just a quid.

At the moment, with the country skint and deep in Labour led debt, what Whyte has done is join the stampede of savvy shoppers to Poundland.

He has squeezed and squeezed, and then squeezed a bit more, and the result is there should be more money available for Rangers.

Remember, when Sir David Murray first put Rangers up for sale three years ago the asking price was in the region of £40M

When Whyte entered the scene a figure of around £20M started being quoted, and as recently as a couple of weeks ago it had dropped to Murray getting back the original £6M he paid for Rangers in 1988.

That Whyte ended pocketing the title deeds for Rangers, Ibrox Stadium and Murray Park for a quid tells us one thing. Do NOT play poker with this man.

However, such has been the length of time the talks have gone on, and such has been the amount of muckraking and mud hurled at Whyte, that there are many Rangers supporters who still doubt Whyte.

They though, will soon be won over if the new owner gets together quickly with manager-elect, Ally McCoist and lets him loose in the transfer market.

A couple of quick singings would soon dispel much of the doubts.

And such a move would also have the spin-off of boosting season ticket sales, which have dropped by 6,000 during the last two uncertain years.

Then there's Lloyds Bank. The very people who have been squeezing the lifeblood out of Rangers in a way that has led to their motives being questioned by many.

Part of the Whyte deal included a pledge he would pay off the club's debt to Lloyds.

When that is done, then all Whyte has to do to sent his approval ratings soaring among the Rangers support, is show Lloyds and the bank's man on the Rangers board, Donald Muir, the Ibrox door.

Maybe he could even restort to the language of the people....

PICK A WINDAE. YOU'RE LEAVING!

Of course there are still those who will attempt to pour cold water on the future of Rangers.

There's talk of anything up to £12M being needed to avoid Ibrox falling foul of Health and Safety regulations.

Of course The Stadium could do with a lick of paint and a look at the plumbing. But short of a full re-wiring job, it is hard to see where such an extraordinary figure comes from.

Equally, of course, there are many in the media who will stop at nothing to undermine Rangers, some with more subtle style than others.

This is something Craig Whyte will have to confront head-on in a much more aggressive way than Murray ever did.

If the new owner shows similar tough tactics in this area as he did in the negotiations which landed him Rangers for a quid, then that too would find favour with fans.

He should beware of smarm and charm - in particular from Odious Creep who will seek to worm his way in.

There are plenty of people within Ibrox who know the score in this area, and who can advise Whyte on the way forward, in order that Rangers no longer present an easy target to their many enemies.

Confounding the enmies of Rangers should be one of the first tasks for Craig Whyte now that he has confounded his critics.

:wanker: :wanker: :wanker: :wanker: :wanker: :wanker: :wanker: :wanker:

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