- It seems behind every rock there is another
dead body when it comes to the incredible case of Ambassador Leo Wanta,
the man holding 27.5 trillion dollars in trust for the American people
as Illuminati banksters try to rip him off on a daily basis.
- First there was attorney Vince Foster,
Deputy White House Counsel to President Clinton, found dead in a Washington
D.C. park just after Wanta handed him 250 million in Switzerland for the
Childrens' Defense Fund, a fund both men thought was legit but turned out
to be nothing more than a front for black ops money considered by insiders
to be Hillary Clinton's personal slush fund.
- Then there was Wanta's business partner,
Kok Howe Kwong, and other associates like Freddie Woodruff and Francois
de Grosseurve, all found dead, according to Wanta, "strangely for
their personal belief in our Great Nation, but by betrayal of others with
falsehoods and malice," pointing the finger in the direction of George
H. Bush and Clinton.
- And now, years later, after Wanta spent
a lengthy, what he calls "trumped-up" prison sentence and now
released on house arrest, the killing appears to be continuing in an all
out effort by the Illuminati to get their hands on the vast sum of money
in Wanta's control before it ever can be released safely into the hands
of the American people.
- The reason being Wanta, nicknamed the
'27.5 Trillion Dollar Man', is legally holding the financial "golden
keys" to a vast sum of money made right after the Cold War after he
and others on behalf of President Ronald Reagan were assigned to destabilize
the Russian Ruble. The profits have now grown to approximately 27.5 trillion
and Wanta has ben legally appointed trustee by a 2003 federal court ruling
out of Alexandria, Virginia.
- And to verify the dangers behind the
Wanta story due to the enormous sum of money at stake, Marco Saba of the
Observatory of Organized Crime in Switzerland, a privately funded European
crime watch dog group, this week had this to say about the 27.5 trillion
in Wanta's control:
- "In January 2006 a man named 'Jack'
tried to take money from one of Wanta's accounts at UBS - Zurich. He was
killed in the basement of the UBS bank.
- "In March, 2006, a former undercover
Swiss agent Fausto "Tato" Cattaneo, worked closely with DEA,
to defeat the Cali drug cartel in Colombia and he wrote a book in 2001
about his work to investigate the whereabouts of Leo Wanta's account in
- "He recently was arrested by former
police colleagues and held jailed for a week in Zurich. He has just been
released. I agree that Wanta's story is very interesting and that people
want to stop him from recovering the money."
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