Massive Diamond Smuggling Scheme, Leviev and the Mishpacha…. How Long Ago Did We Publish this Information?

 

A No-Brainer Following Dots..

To Our Readers:

This was a no-brainer. The above pictures have been included because, as we see it, the entire diamond smuggling scheme is connected to Leviev’s activities in the US, whether quietly as an investor in Africa Israel or through his notorious ride through the closed tunnels of NYC.

We have presented you with our theories numerous times over the last several years, including the Congo connection, Leviev’s recent portfolio of assets changes, the China Sonongol connection. This was about connecting dots.

Leviev is the confidante of Berel Lazar, the chief Chabad Rabbi in Russia, the same Berel Lazar who defrauded Arkady Gaydamak out of hundreds of thousands, if not millions of dollars, which Mr. Gaydamak was never able to substantiate after years of trials. We think the courts had it wrong back then. Suffice it to say, Lazar and Putin are quite close in their relationship, including the revelation that Putin enjoys eating Matzoh.

Friends, we are suggesting that there is far more here than meets the eye. If you have followed our analysis of Leviev, Platinum Partners, 23 Wall, China Sonongol, the Queensway Group, the DRC, the notorious drive through the NYC tunnels without authorization to close those tunnels, you know that we have been largely spot-on.

Please reread our articles from way back, some of which we have linked above. We are spot on here too.

LM

 

 

Family of Lev Leviev, famous businessman, tied to massive diamond smuggling scheme

 

Son and brother of the well-known businessman among the suspects accused of multi-million dollar smuggling operation.

Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev was identified as the businessman whose relatives were arrested Monday morning over a massive diamond smuggling scheme.

Leviev’s son and brother were two out of six suspects arrested in early morning on suspicions of smuggling diamonds to Israel worth hundreds of millions of shekels. Also among the six was a a veteran employee of one of Leviev’s factories in Russia, who returned to Israel six years ago and took advantage of his status as a returning resident to smuggle diamonds in his many suitcases he took with him, according to The Jerusalem Post’s Hebrew language sister publication Maariv.

News site Mako reported that the police will ask to investigate Leviev himself. His diamond company LLD said in a statement: “Mr. Leviev and the companies under his control act in accordance with the proper norms, while adhering to the law. We hope that the matter will soon be clarified and the suspicions will prove to be baseless.”

The arrests came following an undercover operation conducted by the Israel Police’s Lahav 443 National Crime Unit and the Tax Authority in collaboration with the State Attorney Office’s taxation and economics department.

The suspects are suspected of money laundering, customs offenses, offenses under the Income Tax Ordinance, conspiring to commit a crime, false registration of corporate documents, fraud, and other offenses.

Police suspect that the suspects each played a part in planning and smuggling diamonds into Israel over the course of several years, without reporting it to the relevant authorities.

The investigative units intend to carry out additional arrests both in Israel and abroad.

“The Israel Police will continue to focus enforcement against severe economic crime, while operating intelligence systems and conducting joint investigations with other enforcement authorities in order to expose the perpetrators of the offenses,” the police said.

Attorney Eyal Bessarglick, who represents one of the suspects together with attorney Keren Berkowitz, said “these are preliminary suspicions which we are certain will be refuted later on. Our client has nothing to do with the affair. He worked with the businessman more than six years ago and there is no evidence linking him to a criminal suspicion. We hope that the investigation will be concluded quickly so that our client can prove that he has nothing to do with the affair and the suspicions. ”

 

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A Diamond of Scheme, What is a Diamond but a Piece of Glass? Lev Leviev and Some Glass in Suitcases…

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THE LEVIEV STORIES… WE CALLED IT THEN, WE KNOW IT NOW…. DEVELOPING –

We direct your attention to articles LostMessiah published in 2016/2017 regarding Africa Israel, Jona Rechnitz, buildings in New York and California, namely the JPM Building on Wall Street and the Rialto Building in California. Further directing your attention to the  China Sonongol connection to that building, and our firm belief that, in no uncertain terms, NY City Police involvement included payments with uncut diamonds and the assistance of Jona Rechnitz and Jeremy Reichberg in orchestrating these deals, vis a vis Rechnitz’s relationship with Lev Leviev through Africa Israel,  it comes as no surprise that Lev Leviev, along with his family members has been under investigation for smuggling diamonds between the Soviet Union, Great Britain and Israel.

As we said all along, a diamond when unpolished and cut is imply glass. He is accused, amongst other things, of simply enclosing those diamonds in luggage.

We will be flooding you with supporting articles that have been released this morning. You will have access to them in Hebrew and English. Please continue to follow the story closely. We were not wrong in our assessments at the time and we are not wrong now.

 

LM

ARTICLES TO FOLLOW:

JERUSALEM POST – 5.11.18 9:20AM

FAMILY OF LEV LEVIEV, FAMOUS BUSINESSMAN, TIED TO MASSIVE DIAMOND SMUGGLING SCHEME

Son and brother of the well-known businessman among the suspects accused of multi-million dollar smuggling operation.

Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev was identified as the businessman whose relatives were arrested Monday morning over a massive diamond smuggling scheme.

Leviev’s son and brother were two out of six suspects arrested in early morning on suspicions of smuggling diamonds to Israel worth hundreds of millions of shekels. Also among the six was a a veteran employee of one of Leviev’s factories in Russia, who returned to Israel six years ago and took advantage of his status as a returning resident to smuggle diamonds in his many suitcases he took with him, according to The Jerusalem Post’s Hebrew language sister publication Maariv.
News site Mako reported that the police will ask to investigate Leviev himself. His diamond company LLD said in a statement: “Mr. Leviev and the companies under his control act in accordance with the proper norms, while adhering to the law. We hope that the matter will soon be clarified and the suspicions will prove to be baseless.”

The arrests came following an undercover operation conducted by the Israel Police’s Lahav 443 National Crime Unit and the Tax Authority in collaboration with the State Attorney Office’s taxation and economics department.

The suspects are suspected of money laundering, customs offenses, offenses under the Income Tax Ordinance, conspiring to commit a crime, false registration of corporate documents, fraud, and other offenses.

Police suspect that the suspects each played a part in planning and smuggling diamonds into Israel over the course of several years, without reporting it to the relevant authorities.

The investigative units intend to carry out additional arrests both in Israel and abroad.
“The Israel Police will continue to focus enforcement against severe economic crime, while operating intelligence systems and conducting joint investigations with other enforcement authorities in order to expose the perpetrators of the offenses,” the police said.

Attorney Eyal Bessarglick, who represents one of the suspects together with attorney Keren Berkowitz, said “these are preliminary suspicions which we are certain will be refuted later on. Our client has nothing to do with the affair. He worked with the businessman more than six years ago and there is no evidence linking him to a criminal suspicion. We hope that the investigation will be concluded quickly so that our client can prove that he has nothing to do with the affair and the suspicions. “

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23 Wall Street – China Sonangol – Rearing It’s Not-so-Kosher Head Again…

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THE REAL DEAL

Jack Terzi’s JTRE sues Chinese firm Sonangol over 23 Wall deal

Jack Terzi’s $140 million deal to buy the former JPMorgan building at 23 Wall Street is in jeopardy because the seller, China Sonangol, allegedly refuses to play ball.

According to a lawsuit Terzi filed against Sonangol in Manhattan Supreme Court that his deal isn’t moving forward because of Sonangol’s refusal to cooperate with the escrow agent. The escrow agent has refused to release the down payment on the purchase, because of concern that controversial Hong Kong tycoon Sam Pa may benefit from the deal, the suit claims.

Pa was the CEO of Sonangol – his current affiliation with the company is unclear – a Singapore-based conglomerate that has been in contract to sell the historic Financial District property to Terzi for over a year.

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Pa was detained by Chinese authorities in 2015 as part of President Xi Jinping’s anti-corruption campaign. In 2014, the U.S. alleged that Pa bribed Zimbabwean officials in order to carry out “illicit diamond deals.” He is on the Treasury’s “Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Persons” list, which prevents Americans from doing business with him.

Terzi, who’s known mostly for buying and leasing up small and mid-sized retail properties, shot into prominence last year when he entered contract to buy the 160,000-square-foot property at 23 Wall at the eye-popping figure of $140 million. But month after month went by, and he never closed, raising speculation that all was not smooth with the deal. According to sources familiar with the property, Terzi has been in talks with Paramount Group to provide financing for the acquisition and redevelopment.

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The former JP Morgan building at 23 Wall has long sat dormant since the bank stopped using the building in the late 2000s. Sonangol bought the property in 2008 for $150 million from a subsidiary of Lev Leviev’s Africa Israel Investments. But attempts to court tenants like Apple and an entertainment venue never came to fruition.

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Famed J.P. Morgan Building at 23 Wall Street in Play – and Urinating Bosses…

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23 Wall Street – Our Theories

We have written on the famed J.P. Morgan piece of property more times than perhaps any other Blog. We have written on the various Jona Rechnitz and Jeremy Reichberg properties/investments/shady dealings. We have written about Chetrit and Bistricer, China Sonangol, Queensway, Angola. The story below from “The Real Deal” almost feels like something we could have written. But, of course, we didn’t.

The new buyer, as you will see below from the article on the bottom of the page, Jack Terzi, lacks certain social graces (or did in 2012). He apparently was an abusive boss who, according to reports in the NY Daily News from 2012, engaged in bizarre behavior. In the interest of full disclosure, his employees at his yogurt shops felt that he was “strictly business” and “humble.” Hard to tell.

We can say this:

It would not surprise us if nestled within the many companies listed on the Africa-Israel website with reference to the Israel Stock Exchange we were to find the new J.P. Morgan buyer’s name, his company or some financial/management synergy with Africa Israel and perhaps concurrently with China Sonangol. It will take a while to find and some might write this one off as a leap. We don’t think so.

It is a Buyer’s market not a Seller’s market in Manhattan right now (if the comment about the losses below by The Real Deal is any indication). China Sonangol/Africa-Israel/Sam Pa/ want out of New York but we doubt they would take a financial loss. We think that it will prove to be anything but a loss.

AFI Group

The company is traded on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
For more information, please press on the image below.

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Subsidiaries:

Africa Israel Properties
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Africa Israel Residences
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 Danya Cebus
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 Africa Israel Industries
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 Negev Ceramics
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Dor Alon
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Blue Square
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Paydirt: The Compass unicorn, a more modest buyer pool, 23 Wall in play … & more

Billionaires hiding? We’ll take the millionaires: Compass’ valuation comes at a time when Manhattan’s high-end residential market is taking body blows. Developers finally seem willing to accept things aren’t where they were in 2014. They’re either offering fat discounts (Extell at One Manhattan Square, World Wide Group and Rose Associates at 252 East 57th Street), pushing sales back (JDS & PMG at 111 West 57th Street) or abandoning ship (Witkoff at Park Lane, Chetrit & Bistricer at the Sony Building).  “The next two years will be the year of the deal,” PMG’s Kevin Maloney told Bloomberg.

Developers who set their sights a little more main street have been faring better: Condos priced between $500,000 and $999,000 have sold five times as fast as their $10 million-and-up counterparts, according to a Miller Samuel analysis of a decade of residential sales.

You don’t know Jack: JTRE’s Jack Terzi is in contract to buy 23 Wall Street, a landmarked property that was once the headquarters of J.P. Morgan & Co. – it was dubbed the “House of Morgan” — but of late has been a pox on Lower Manhattan. The long-vacant building is owned by the shadowy China Sonangol, a joint venture between Sam Pa’s Queensway Group and the nation of Angola — go figure. Sources told the New York Post that Terzi will be buying the property at a discount to the $150 million Sonangol paid for it in 2008. That’s hard to fathom, except for the fact that Pa is under investigation for allegations of financial crimes, according to the FT.

Terzi, who grew up in Gravesend and cut his teeth at Hidrock Realty, has made a number of splashy acquisitions of late, including a number of $20 million-plus buys in Midtown East. But this deal, if he does close on it, elevates him to a different level — giving him control of more than 130,000 square feet in the heart of Lower Manhattan.

 

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THE NEW YORK POST:

http://nypost.com/2016/08/30/long-vacant-wall-street-landmark-sold-to-retail-developer/

 

For a tall tale about how China Sonangol may or may not have come to its original purchase through individuals mixed up in the NYPD scandals, read The Post’s Steve Cuozzo’s story from July 4.

The 160,000 square feet stretches from the landmarked 23 Wall St. where banker Morgan once had his private offices, around the sloped corner to portions of the base floors of 33 Wall and 15 Broad St.

The stone fortress has been touted as a retail play for years, but it’s stood mostly dark — due to absentee ownership and landmark-related restrictions.

Prospective deals to lease it to Brooks Brothers and a multi-media event company fell through but Hermes has been a tenant since 2007.

The upper stories of 15 Broad next door were converted into apartments.

JACK TERZI – NEW YORK DAILY NEWS:

http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/ex-worker-suing-real-estate-boss-jack-terzi-5-million-abuse-fines-urinating-article-1.1134148

 

Ex-worker suing real estate boss, Jack Terzi, for $5 million for abuse, fines, and urinating

A foul-mouthed boss from hell unzipped more than his lip in torturing his young assistant.

Brash real estate broker Jack Terzi urinated on the underling’s clothes during a three-year reign of terror in their Manhattan office, according to a astonishing new lawsuit.

The allegedly abusive broker was accused by ex-employee Albert Sultan of abuse that included cutting four-letter insults, sharp flying objects and bizarre fines.

Sultan, hired shortly after Terzi launched his company in 2009, “became emotionally distraught, was humiliated and embarrassed … by the systematic and continuous unlawful harassment,” charged the 15-page suit filed Wednesday.

Court papers contain a cruel recital of Terzi’s perverse management style, including the time he “urinated on a garment” belonging to Sultan as others watched.

Terzi was accused of throwing a shoe and a pair of scissors at his young assistant, hurling insults like “f—— idiot” and “piece of s—“ — and repeatedly “sneezing in (Sultan’s) face in a contemptuous fashion.”

Terzi, in a countersuit, charged Sultan was a conniving backstabber who launched his own business with confidential information stolen from Jack Terzi Real Estate.

Sultan, of Eatontown, N.J., declined further discussion about his ex-boss.

 

 

Did Marin Know Something in 2011?

 

Africa Israel USA, 23 Wall Street, China Sonangol – What Richard Marin Had to Say in 2011…

There have been and continue to be conflicting reports regarding Africa-Israel’s involvement with 23 Wall Street, the Clock Tower Building and the New York Times building, amongst many.

Richard Marin, once CEO of Africa-Israel said that he uncovered “serious instances of self-dealing and conflict of interest” which is why he was ousted. Perhaps there were no conflicts because there was a shared ownership interest so the money was just changing from the right hand to the left.

The question remains: Who owns some of New York’s most iconic buildings and secondarily, who profited. We JSR capital, owned by former employee Jona Rechnitz one of the “competing interests”?

See following related articles:

Arcady Gaydamak 

23 Wall Street

Sam Pa

Africa-Israel

JSR Capital

 

Ousted Africa Israel Chief Marin Alleges He Uncovered ‘Abuses’

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2011-05-06/ousted-africa-israel-chief-marin-alleges-he-uncovered-abuses-

Richard Marin, former chief executive officer of Africa Israel USA, sued the company and its Israel-based parent, saying he was fired after uncovering “serious instances of self-dealing and conflict of interest.”

Marin, who became CEO in February 2009, is seeking to recover a $1.25 million bonus he said he was promised for last year, plus management incentive fees and damages for his termination in December.

“This is a case of a company firing an executive in order to cover up wrongdoing that the executive discovered and reported,” Marin said in the complaint, filed yesterday in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan. A lawyer for the company said today that Marin was fired after disagreements with management in Israel about strategy, and that he delayed repayment of a loan against the bonus.

Africa Israel USA, a unit of Israeli billionaire Lev Leviev’s Africa Israel Investments Ltd., made its highest-profile acquisitions just before the onset of the credit crunch in 2007. A series of acquisitions that included the $525 million purchase of the former New York Times building and Manhattan’s Clock Tower building for $200 million saddled the firm with $2 billion of debt.

Marin was hired to help the company “stop the bleeding” from its “badly timed investment binge,” according to his suit.

‘Willful Diversion’

Marin alleges that the company, struggling to restructure its debt, diverted a valuable client to a competing firm founded by a former employee. That client, China Sonangol International Ltd., which owns an office building at 23 Wall Street, brought more than $200,000 of fees to Africa Israel, which was managing the property, Marin’s suit said. China Sonangol also owed Africa Israel $700,000 and Marin said that senior management in Israel prohibited him from suing to recover those funds because the Hong Kong firm has ties to Leviev’s non-real estate ventures.

“Willful diversion of the opportunity deprived shareholders of Africa-Israel of hundreds of thousands of dollars in revenue,” Marin alleged in the suit.

Y. David Scharf, a lawyer for Africa Israel, said Marin was terminated because of a series of disagreements with management in Israel, including disputes over the strategic direction of the company and “outwardly hostile” remarks to Leviev in front of senior management. Marin also borrowed $500,000 against his bonus, according to Scharf and Marin’s lawsuit. The amount should have been paid back in 2010, Scharf said; instead Marin created a promissory note with a date in 2011, against the bonus he expected to receive for 2010.

Bonus Advance

“He basically took the company’s money and gave himself an advance against the 2010 bonus, which wasn’t guaranteed. It was completely discretionary,” Scharf said.

Marin described the bonus advance in his suit, saying he and management agreed the loan would be due in June 2011, and be repaid from his expected 2010 bonus. Africa Israel recorded the loan and its payment date in corporate filings in June and September 2010, according to the lawsuit.

Scharf also said that China Sonangol was unhappy with Africa Israel’s performance in leasing the vacant space at 23 Wall Street, so Africa Israel referred it to another firm.

“It wasn’t like Africa Israel diverted business to a competitor; they actually saved a working relationship,” Scharf said. “Africa Israel was not generating revenue, not leasing the property.”

The case is Richard A. Marin v. AI Holdings (USA) Corp., 651224/2011, New York state Supreme Court (Manhattan).

See original article, here.

 

 

More Arrests and Indictments – Our Diamond Theory…

 

ALL ROADS LEAD BACK TO DIAMONDS…

Lost Messiah, July 8, 2016

Our theory regarding the connections by and among the following people: Jona Rechnitz, Jeremy Reichberg, Africa-Israel, Norman Seabrook, Hamlet Peralta, Lev Leviev, Sam Pa, the Queensway Group, Platinum Partners, Mark Nordlicht, Murray Huberfeld and others has always been founded on the links that all of these people have to diamonds, diamond mining, diamond production, diamond investing and more diamonds.

389763bc-6455-4389-a590-fc714c20d1b2The ownership and providence of 23 Wall Street, the Antwerp Building, the Madison Avenue Clock Tower and their connections to both Africa-Israel and Jona Rechnitz and by default to Lev Leviev and Sam Pa has again led us to the underlying theme of Lev Leviev’s major business interests, diamonds.

Sam Pa and China Sonangol are also known for mining, diamonds.

sam-paIn fact, Sam Pa and China Sonangol have been accused of human rights abuses related to diamond mining. The fact that Rechnitz tells some outrageous fantasy story about duping Sam Pa into purchasing 23 Wall Street instead of the Madison Avenue Clock Tower building is all smoke and mirrors. Rechnitz’s indictment that Sam Pa purchased that building from Africa-Israel as a favor to Lev Leviev, who was apparently cash poor at the time,  is an incriminating evocation that the two men knew each other. That sort of favor, if true, would indicate more than simple cursory introductions. Rechnitz’s statement is a dead-giveaway in our opinion regardless of truth or accuracy of the statements, that Lev Leviev and Sam Par are business associates of sorts. We are guessing…. diamonds or diamond mining.  

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Sam Pa, China Sonangol and Lev Leviev – Diamonds

 

 

23 Wall Street, Jona Rechnitiz, Africa-Israel, Lev Leviev, Sam Pa, China Sonangol and Angolan Blood Diamonds

It is frightening  though unsurprising to consider that 23 Wall Street, owned by Sam Pa/China Sonangol, could be intertwined with a blood diamond trade in Angola. Thanks to one of our contributors we are providing you with additional information regarding Sam Pa and his link to Lev Leviev and in our opinion either directly or through Leviev to Jona Rechnitz. The source material cited by Professor N’gola Kiluange is information regarding Sam Pa, the Queensway Group and Sonangol, all of which we have cited in previous articles.

The following are a series of what we believe to be relevant excerpts from an article written by Professor N’gola Kiluange.

https://www.facebook.com/friendsofangola/

 

Now, how is it possible that Xu Jinghua (Sam), former Chinese counterintelligence operative and arms dealer in our country in the early ‘ 80… today appears as the owner of the China Sonangol Finance International Ltd.,China Sonangol Gas International Ltd.,China Sonangol International Ltd.,China Sonangol International Holding Ltd.,China Sonangol Natural Resources International Ltd., China Sonangol International Investment Ltd., China Sonangol Natural Resources International Ltd.,Sonangol Sinopec International Ltd, China Endiama International Limited, China Sonangol Singapore, China Sonangol Shanghai Petroleum Co ltd, China Sonangol Wall Street, China Sonangol International Airlines, Endiama China International Holding Ltd,etc.

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Thus, the participation of Manuel Domingos Vicente and Francisco de Lemos José Maria (Vice President of the Republic and chairperson of the Directors Board of Sonangol, respectively) on the Governing Board of the following companies shows the footprints of Eduardo dos Santos associated with the Chinese mafia led by Sam Pa, together with influential people belonging to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP):

a. ) Endiama China International Holding Limited. Property: National enterprise from Diamonds of Angola, E. P. (Endiama) 55 %, New Corporate International Limited 45 %. Directorship: Lo Fong Hung, António of Jesus Matias, Zheng Gang, Manuel Arnaldo Sousa Calado.

b.) Global Investments Fund Limited.Propriedade: Gold Ascent Limited (100%).Diretoria: Lo Fong Hung, Verónica Fung, Manuel Vicente, Francisco de Lemos José Maria.

c. ) Sonangol Asia Limited. Property: China Beiya Escom International Limited 70 %, Sonangol, E. P. 30 %. Directorship: Lo Fong Hung, Wu Yang, Manuel Vicente.

d. ) Worldpro Development Limited. Property: World Noble Holdings Limited (100 %) Directorship: Lo Fong Hung, Manuel Vicente, Francisco De Lemos Jose Maria, Moshe Hallak.

Nevertheless, it remains to know the real amount of money that the Angolan government has been investing in these companies. . . so that we can have a right notion of the percentage of its respective undertakings and profits.

Jinghua, on the other hand, was arrested in Beijing last year for corruption relating to the business of his company China International Fund and Sinopec Chinese State.

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Truth be told: in exchange for the services provided by Xu Jinghua, Lev Avnerovich Leviev, Arcadi Aleksandrovich Gaydamak against the forces of Jonas Savimbi during our civil war, Dos Santos decided to spoil them with large diamond deposits, oil wells and attractive business in our national real estate market, etc.

Lev Avnerovich Leviev made Isabel dos Santos the first billion-dollar African woman and in return controls our biggest diamond business together with Russian diamond company Alrosa … and provides security to Eduardo dos Santos with instructed doctrines by former members of the KGB.

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Prof. N’gola Kiluange
Prof.Kiluangenyc@yahoo.com
Washington D.C

Bibliographic references:
1.) Sonangol China oil scheme: Billions ‘diverted’ in Angola
http://www.uscc.gov/…/f…/Research/The_88_Queensway_Group.pdf
2.) The Queensway syndicate and the Africa trade
http://www.economist.com/node/21525847
3.) Queixa-crime contra vice-presidente de Angola Manuel Vicente
http://www.dw.com/…/queixa-crime-contra-vice-pre…/a-17008250
4.) Fachada para o governo chinês?
http://apublica.org/…/africa-misteriosa-rede-empresarial-c…/

5.) Magnata chinês parceiro da Sonangol detido em caso de corrupção
http://www.esquerda.net/…/magnata-chines-parceiro-da-…/39155

6.)U.S.-China Economic & Security Review Commission, The 88 Queensway Group: A Case Study in Chinese Investors’ Operations in Angola and Beyond
[pag.19,21,31,34,35,37]
http://www.uscc.gov/…/f…/Research/The_88_Queensway_Group.pdf
7.) Presidente angolano quer consórcio com empresa russa de diamantes
http://www.noticiasaominuto.com/…/presidente-angolano-quer-…