GETTY/HITLER LAWSUIT GOES FORWARD
J. PAUL GETTY; FBI FILE 100.1202, JUNE 26, 1940; ESPIONAGE
MacDonald Bank is filing a $22 billion lawsuit in Washington, D.C. against the Getty Oil Company benefactors; based on J. Paul Getty's support for Hitler in WWII.
43,000 people were killed in UK by the Nazis while J. Paul Getty was in Berlin shipping oil to Hitler. Getty was assiduously adding to his art collection with the Nazis in 1938. Greek - Lansdowne Elgin - marbles; a Gainsborough, Raphael and a Rembrandt are among the acquired artifacts.
Jean Paul Getty’s mother; Catherine Risher was German. Dec. 20, 1940 … the New York Daily News wrote about Getty’s involvement with espionage at the Pierre Hotel in New York.
2003 documents declassified by UK Warfare Ministry reveal that Oct. 1941 the pro-Nazi Jean Paul Getty employed and lodged Nazis at his Pierre Hotel in New York City; Nazis who were involved in spying on and sabotaging Allied Forces’ war production plants.
FBI reported that Getty was still shipping oil to Hitler; June, 1941 … nine months after London was being bombed … five months before Pearl Harbor; Dec. 7, 1941.
Death - does not rule out - one going forward with civil forfeiture proceedings. Explained further; "Getty benefactors - at the end of the day - cannot sit on the spoils of Jean Paul Getty’s crimes." Pertaining to laws, the government or a private party can take action against property without going after the initial owner. United States legislation … provides that the death of a defendant charged with a criminal offence shall not be the basis for abating or otherwise invalidating either a verdict returned or the underlying indictment. The Law of Treason in United States; “Article Three,” defines treason as levying war against the United States or "in adhering to their Enemies," knowingly adhered to an enemy of the United States, namely, Nazi Germany and give Nazi Germany aid and comfort ... with intent to betray the United States.
MACDONALD BANK [FOR WORLD WAR II VETERANS AND VICTIMS]
All assets based on judgment would go to Allied Forces Veterans’ foundations.