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The directorships of Jacqueline Alexander

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2018-08-18T15:36:42+02:00Sat, 18th Aug '18, 15:36|

You're not expected to memorise this. There's no test at the end of the week. But you should know that Jacqueline Alexander, the witness who testified she never signed the declarations of trust of Egrant identifying Michelle Muscat as its owner served as director for the list of companies appearing here. For each of these [...]

Operación Canadá: Here’s an episode of tax fraud Jacqueline Alexander was involved in when working at Mossack Fonseca

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2018-07-25T17:00:43+02:00Wed, 25th Jul '18, 16:59|

Remember how many stories were planted all over the place on Maria Efimova to discredit her as a witness and turned out to be false? Do you remember the prime minister himself saying she was likely a spy for the Russian secret service working on their behalf to destabilise the government and the country? And [...]

Jacqueline Alexander’s signature

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2018-07-25T15:53:31+02:00Wed, 25th Jul '18, 15:44|

Yesterday I uploaded a French TV video of a journalistic investigation in Panama into the hired directors on companies registered in Panama by Mossack Fonseca. That documentary focused on Laetitia Montoya when of course the name at the heart of the Egrant inquiry is Jacqueline Alexander. Here's a Spanish TV feature investigating the practice of signatures-for-hire [...]

GUEST POST: Reflections on the Egrant Inquiry (5)

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2020-06-01T19:22:38+02:00Mon, 1st Jun '20, 16:27|

I closed my last article with the conclusions of Magistrate Aaron Bugeja on the testimony of the representatives of ATC Administrators Inc, which the magistrate concluded as being ‘indefinite’. In fact, the magistrate based his conclusion on document he said was dated 8 August 2013. Actually it was dated 9 August. This document was an [...]

GUEST POST: Reflections on the Egrant Inquiry (4)

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2020-05-28T08:54:17+02:00Thu, 28th May '20, 08:54|

This article continues where article number 3 left off, facing the question ‘Who owns Egrant?’ I will continue to show how Brian Tonna and Karl Cini subverted a magisterial inquiry with half-truths, and outright lies. They served a prime minister who would go on to be selected as the International 2019 Person of the Year [...]

GUEST POST: Reflections on the Egrant Inquiry (3)

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2020-05-18T08:20:37+02:00Mon, 18th May '20, 08:20|

Continues from parts 1 and 2 linked here. In this article I will be delving deeper into the question ‘Who owns Egrant?’, based on the report of the court-appointed experts, Harbinson Forensics. Point 218 on page 1254 states that “it seems significant to us that on 6 March 2016, Mossfon confirm that they do not [...]

GUEST POST: Reflections on the Egrant Inquiry (2)

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2020-05-13T14:52:14+02:00Wed, 13th May '20, 14:52|

Continues from part 1 in this series, linked here. I would like to begin this article by highlighting once again that court appointed experts Harbinson Forensics state that: "The emails of Pilatus Bank are stored on the cloud and are not available to us; “We found only one Egrant related item not found elsewhere. This [...]

GUEST POST: The trickle-down effect

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2020-03-08T10:05:49+01:00Sun, 8th Mar '20, 10:05|

If you haven’t watched The Laundromat yet, I highly recommend you do. It’s a film based on the Panama Papers starring Meryl Streep who dedicated her performance to Daphne Caruana Galizia, a journalist ‘killed while collecting Panama Papers information.’  This tribute was made before the arrest of Yorgen Fench whose offshore company 17 Black was [...]