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Royal Family Links To Boston Bombing

May 9, 2013 - helpfreetheearth.com

The plot thickens! The criminal cabal associated with the Boston Bombings have links to Buckingham Palace.

Ruslan Tsarni, the uncle of the accused Boston bombers, is under an international criminal investigation for his links to Russian billionaire Timur Kulibayev who has links to Queen Elizabeth's son, Prince Andrew and to other members of the British royal family!

Russian Mob

Timur Kulibayev is one of the richest and most powerful mobsters in mineral-rich, oil-rich, gas-rich Kazakhstan. He is married to Dinara, the daughter of Kazakhstan's President who has been accused of stealing $6 billion from the Kazakhstan’s BTA Bank.

Kulibayev is being investigated by the country's financial police for a series of corruption allegations in which he is accused of garnering hundreds of millions of dollars with a group of exiled opponents in Britain.

Kulibayev's family have also been investigated in Liechtenstein for money laundering.

Buying Royal Favors

Prince Andrew's 12-bedroom Ascot mansion was a wedding present from the Queen but he sold it to Kulibayev, who paid 5 million dollars above the asking price even though there were no other bidders. What?

Insiders say Kulibayev's decision to grossly overpay for the mansion was an attempt to buy royal favors.

"The purchase of Prince Andrew's mansion was put together, according to prosecutors in Italy and Switzerland, by a group of oil executives who comprise “a network of personal and business relationships” allegedly used for “international corruption," according to The London Telegraph."

In 2007, Kulibayev paid a total of $96 million for four adjoining British houses in Upper Grosvenor Street and Reeves Mews in Mayfair. They were bought in the names of Merix, Vitala and Lynn - all Kulibayev companies.

Three years of secrecy was finally broken over who owned the properties after The Sunday Times painstakingly unravelled the chain of offshore companies that Kulibayev had used to hide the shady "royal" real estate deal in 2007.

Accused Bombers' Uncle Blows The Whistle

"The Sunday Times reported, “A statement by Ruslan Tsarni was given in the High Court in December, claiming that Kulibayev bought Sunninghill and properties in Mayfair with $96 million derived from a complex series of deals intended to disguise money laundering.”"

Uncle Ruslan's High Court statement incriminated and exposed the money laundering schemes of the second richest and most powerful man in the mineral-rich, oil-rich, gas-rich Kazakhstan.

Uncle Ruslan's High Court statement damaged Kulibayev's political aspirations as the main candidate for the post of Kazakh President.

Uncle Ruslan's High Court statement exposed the royal family's shady real estate dealing and connections to the corrupt billionaire mobster.

Does this explain why Uncle Ruslan's nephews were picked as patsies in the Boston Marathon Bombings? Are Uncle Ruslan's days numbered?

Empty Royal Mansions

Kulibayev has never lived in his UK homes that are now empty. His 12-bedroom Ascot mansion has fallen into decay. The 5-storey houses in Upper Grosvenor Street with Edwardian facades, have boarded-up basement windows and metal grills over the doors.

Clearly, Kulibayev's $96 million purchase of royal real estate had nothing to do with accomodation and everything to do with buying royal favors.

Buckingham Palace refuses to discuss the shady Russian real estate deal describing it as "private" and insisting there had been "no impropriety" involved.

A spokeswoman has confirmed that Prince Andrew visited Kazakhstan officially in 2003, 2006 and October 2007. However, it is unknown how many "private" trips he took to Kazakhstan in the past few years. Kulibayev admits that he met Andrew "several times" since the Sunninghill purchase.

Prince Andrew has also been linked to Kulibayev's circle through Goga Ashkenazi, a Kazakh-born businesswoman based in London. She is the former mistress of Kulibayev and she played a key role in the shady royal real estate deal.

In June 2007, Andrew presented Kulibayev's mistress to the Queen at Royal Ascot, barely a mile from Sunninghill, days after the exchange of contracts for the property. Six months later, the mistress gave birth to Kulibayev's son at the Portland hospital, London.

Questions have been raised over Prince Andrew's judgment in accepting money from a Russian criminal tycoon. Ian Davidson, a Labour member of the Commons public accounts committee, questioned whether the prince was "blinded by the opportunity to make a windfall profit." Davidson said, "He has got to avoid giving the impression that he (the Royal Family) is for sale or at least for rent."

Royal family friendships with peadophiles and money launderers is no secret.

Who's Who

Nursultan Nazarbayev, president of Kazakhstan

Timur Kulibayev, billionaire son-in-law of Nazarbayev and friend of Prince Andrew

Dinara Kulibayeva, daughter of Nazarbayev, wife of Kulibayev and friend of Prince Andrew

Goga Ashkenazi, friend of Prince Andrew and ex-mistress of Kulibayev

Ruslan Tsarni, uncle of the accused Boston bombers and Kulibayev's back stabber

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