On 17 September, Sarawak Report carried a feature reporting that senior executives of the election strategist and PR/lobbying company, CT Group, were interviewed by the FBI as “subjects” of an ongoing criminal prosecution in Puerto Rico. It reveals that one of those named is Eugene Curley, former CEO of the G3 corporate intelligence group caught up in the defence company expenses scandal that forced the resignation of the UK Secretary of State for Defence, Liam Fox. Others also have links to the ruling Conservative Party of the UK. Also questioned by the FBI was Mark Fullbrook, now newly-appointed as chief of staff in No 10 Downing Street, described as a long-standing Conservative political advisor. It is said that, according to the Sunday Times, the matter has already raised concerns about Fullbrook’s security clearance for his new post, which has yet to be obtained. The case involves an ongoing criminal prosecution in Puerto Rico that concerns alleged corruption and campaign finance violations. It is claimed that there was a plan to bribe the then Puerto Rico Governor into sacking the head of the Office of the Commissioner of Financial Institutions (OCIF) in Puerto Rico and appointing a replacement chosen by a named banker himself.
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