The FIOD carried out several arrests and searches in July and August in an investigation into money laundering. Four men and a 21-year-old woman from Amsterdam, Badhoevedorp, and Ommen were arrested. They are suspected of money laundering. A 42-year-old man is also suspected of sales VAT tax fraud.
The Ultrascan AGI Research project said it had picked up chatter. The chatter involved al-Qaeda and ISIS attacking targets at the World Cup. Threat levels were said by the researchers to have been growing from November 17, with one communication referring to a ‘big party’ that ends with shots and explosions.
Hollie McKay’s latest special report for Deadline finds the veteran foreign affairs correspondent and Only Cry for the Living: Memos from Inside the ISIS Battlefield author writing from Kabul about the disinformation campaigns across the Taliban-ruled South Asian nation.
A month into the Taliban takeover of Kabul, and the misinformation and disinformation continues to soar into dizzying territory – driven not only by both clumsy, opportunistic social media sharing, but also seemingly structured propaganda initiatives both inside and outside Afghanistan.
Meanwhile, Taliban fighters have left bin Laden’s former mountain hideout close to the border with Pakistan to Isis fighters, sources have told research project Ultrascan AGI.
The monitoring group has been told that Nangarhar Province, where the Tora Bora cave complex was home to Al-Qaeda before it was routed by US forces in 2001, is being used for training centres by the terror group.
Farooqi, last known as an emir in Is-K, as the group is known in Asia, was among 2,000 fighters released by the Taliban from prisons, sources have told research project Ultrascan AGI. The international monitoring group has been told that the commander, who has a number of aliases, has since set up a military base in a northern province and resumed terrorist activities.
Iranian-Dutch natural stone trader has to repay the more than €75 million he borrowed in 2015 and 2016 from the Dutch multimillionaire Willem Blijdorp 'immediately', with 4.5% interest. This verdict, was published on Thursday, by the Amsterdam court in a protracted dispute between the quarreling former business partners.
The hectic pace of recent years at the listed B&S does not seem to have done the relationship with accountant Deloitte any good. It seems that Deloitte will stop as the wholesaler's book inspector. The search for a successor is still ongoing.
B&S has kept investors in suspense over its full-year results for seven weeks longer than planned. An internal investigation into possible misconduct has been completed, the accountant has signed the figures and the company has found a new CEO. But to allay investor doubts, B&S must dispel the hint of conflict of interest that haunts the company.
A loss of more than $13 million at B&S in Dubai, where a son of Quote 500 member and owner Willem Blijdorp is sales director, triggered the current governance crisis at his listed tax-free empire. This is evident from research by Quote.
A state of emergency has been declared at the listed wholesaler B&S. The CEO leaves immediately and major shareholder Willem Blijdorp gives up his supervisory position. In addition, an internal investigation found that B&S officials overstepped the mark in some related party transactions. And then there is another loss of millions because B&S does not get a bill paid.
B&S did release its fourth-quarter figures for last year on Monday, in which it made a provision of $6 million. This is in addition to the $7.5 million that wholesalers had already taken in the first half of the year for a so-called 'bad debt'. There is also a second bad debt, for which a provision of up to $3.4 million may have to be taken.
Lawyers of ex-billionaire Willem Blijdorp sent private detectives after another lawyer.
Private detectives had to observe a former resident lawyer of Blijdorp and his company B&S.
Blijdorp lawyers also seized all information in the office of the former house lawyer.
B&S divisions Kamstra and PHI traded inverted blood tests according to the court in The Hague.
An unpublished judgment shows that the companies must hand over illegally obtained profits.
The reseller of the counterfeit packaging tests, H&H Wholesale, must pay US $26.5 million in damages.
According to the court in The Hague, companies of the listed Dutch wholesale group B&S are guilty of illegal international trade in counterfeit blood tests.
Willem Blijdorp, the big man behind the B&S stock exchange fund, appears to provide large mortgage loans to the cultural elite and convicted money launderers through a foundation. The Vereniging van Effectenbezitters believes that B&S should have reported this because Blijdorp owns 67% of the shares of B&S. 'You want to know from him in what kind of environment he operates in business, whether dependencies are created.'
The CEO of B&S received a million-dollar loan from the vice-chairman of the supervisory board. This is not in the annual reports.
- B&S withholds a loan of millions that the CEO received from Commissioner Willem Blijdorp.
- The CEO's private home serves as collateral for the loan.
- It gives 'the appearance of a potential conflict of interest', says investor club Eumedion.
- United Against Nuclear Iran denounces Iranian interests B&S CEO Blijdorp.
- US watchdog speaks of 'clear violation of Iran sanctions'.
- UANI is led by leaders such as Joseph Lieberman, Jeb Bush, John Bolton and ex-Mossad chiefs.
- Nine employees of the B&S were involved in Iranian investments by CEO Willem Blijdorp.
- Lawyers warned him of the risk of his Iranian interests violating sanctions.
- Investors' association VEB denounces the entanglement of B&S interests with private affairs of the CEO.
Investigate Business Quarrel
A Dutch-Iranian entrepreneur from a village in North Holland and a Groningen multimillionaire join forces to exploit marble quarries in Iran. It seems like a golden deal – but then they get into a fight.
(An Elaborate Advance Fee Fraud)
Mr Blijdorp, a major shareholder, co-founder and deputy chairman of listed group B&S in Holland, has been locked in a years-long battle with former business partner Daniel M. after the two men had a falling out.
Clinuvel Pharmaceuticals - a market darling which has developed a drug for a rare skin disease for which it now faces competition from a Japanese rival - is facing a second strike and possible spill at its annual meeting.
Briefings regarding the pandemic. “the numbers and data the task forces worldwide have put out – as they also say not complete – are not accurate and therefore are misleading,”. “Close to all cases admitted to IC’s are classified as corona related."
Following Birx’s chart of statistics Saturday at the press briefing, Engelsman noted that “getting facts right is important to make sure history is not distorted or placed in the wrong context.”
“I do not remember when the first numbers to establish a baseline are skewed from the beginning,” Engelsman said of Birx’s statistics provided to American citizens.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection’s Baltimore say they’ve seized thousands of unapproved or counterfeit coronavirus medications and test kits, including the drug Hydroxychloroquine
Tax-free tycoon Willem Blijdorp has to give a former business partner access to the file that would contain information that he may have been guilty of forgery.
Business quarrels Willem Blijdorp is a media shy, but celebrated entrepreneur widely known for his business successes. A trail of lawsuits and ruined ex-business partners tell a different story. "I feel commercially murdered by Blijdorp.”
(An Elaborate Advance Fee Fraud)
The founder of B&S, Willem Blijdorp, has been charged with fraud. If the allegations (including that he ordered 'a prostitute' to steal information) are proven, the Quote 500 member risks a maximum prison sentence of 4 years. Blijdorp speaks in a response of 'a fake charge'.
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