STAB YOUR FRIEND'S BACK AND HIDE THE KNIFE
The search is over. That was fast. The Indian finds out that the writer, a back stabber fraudster who escaped from Netherlands, operates a very suspicious company that goes by the name of Tulip Universal Project SA. In fact, the Panamanian Securities Commission issued a warning against an unlicensed mutual fund with links to The Harris Organization operated by Marc Harris, a fraudster who escaped to Nicaragua. "I saw this coming" says the Indian while shaking his head. As it turns out, the writer worked and was a very close friend of Marc Harris. Probably even planned and execute some of their scams. Next thing you see, the writer writing all kind of crap about his old buddy. "What a friend!" says the Indian. "Probably even took his girlfriend" keeps saying to himself.
With a very sad expression on his face, the Indian comes back to his town. He now knows the truth. The world isn't a happy place. He goes to see the head of the tribe. "Tell me" asks the Indian. "Why would a fraudster accuse someone else of being a fraudster?". The head of the tribe looks into his eyes and says, "That my friend, is the question we have been trying to answer for centuries".
WHAT'S GONNA HAPPEN NEXT?
The writer, a back stabber fraudster who escaped from Netherlands, will have to start thinking about packing and escaping again. Where would it be this time? Nicaragua maybe. Not sure if he will have a good reception by his old buddy, though. As a wise man said once "Real friends stab you in the front, not in the back". The writer probably did both.
Contributed by Offshore Alert
Written by John Lucas
Posted by Andrei Slavenkov - Financial Crime Analyst (Netherlands)