“Lords of Scam” Review: French paper on the fruits of financial fraud and changes to carbon taxes

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Lords of Scam Review

The high target of the 1992 Kyoto Protocol allows European companies to buy and sell carbon offsets. But who collects taxes from companies that don’t exist? Starting in 2008, a group of French fraudsters, business owners and big financiers launched a program.

To write off the hundreds of millions of euros collected in value-added tax (VAT). On the transactions under the European Union’s Emissions Trading Scheme. The money turned out to be so good in one night get rich stupidly.

When asked about his role in the current program:

A few years after his eight-year prison sentence, Mardush “Marco” Muli would laugh. The gesticulate wildly and say he was a fifth wheel, not a brain at all. “I’m going to a place that smells good!”

Said the friendly and cheerful French. He grew up on the streets of the Belleville district of Paris. An illiterate Tunisian who learned to speak and fight. And soon enough, he became the face of the global CO2 tax thief hideout.

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Lords of Scam interviews Marco in-depth. As he drives a sports car and fights for the city. All as part of his layoff program. We also meet friends and conspirators, the likes of Greg Zaui and Dominic Gez. The people who call Marco their BFF as soon as they make fun of him. “If Marco shows up, no one survives.” From a distance, the activities of another gang. The wealthy financier Arno Mimran, are depicted.

Because he also needs time, the mechanics of the group’s plan are explained. A timeline of their deception escalating to riches and getting caught up. In a clash of jealousy and investigation by the authorities.

Years later, there are many cues and diminishing roles; the feeling seems to be that the system has tricked them, paid a heavy price, and is now moving forward. However, it is more difficult to reduce the unsolved murders of two of its employees and the billions in financial losses. It caused by their extortion of the French government and other European Union countries.

He contributed more than a few “Tunisian scams” to the production of Lords of Scam:

Marco Mouley is the type of person who makes documentaries. With his broad nose and expressive eyes, long legs that fill his frame. And a penchant for comedy, this former street con artist, loan shark, and nightclub in La Sante Prison. It is as controversial as he is. for what he didn’t do.

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He seems to claim that the people who the magazine’s advertising program. It has caught early on in his criminal career are nothing more than idiots; he also said he didn’t even know what carbon was even when the dark profits piled up. “I only know how to talk to bankers”.

However, questions continue to be asked about his role in the death of a close friend and accomplice. Marco speaks as a man who is almost too proud of his life, criminal or not. He even drives a HUMMER extension limousine back to prison everynight.

As of for the intricacies of this group’s VAT robbery and its relation to EUMTS. The trading exchanges and flexible financial havens in Singapore, Hong Kong or Dubai, Lords of Scam correctly outlines only the broad digital scope of operations before turning it over to the individual. -each.

Regarding the booming financial market in 2008. Greg Zaui said that “the only thing people care about is collecting sales tax without paying it”. But this delusion will not remove any anger you may feel at money’s ability to fall under laws we all must obey.

Sentences passed down to Marco, and the others were straightforward primarily:

French police officers, prosecutors and judges interviewed admitted they had been duped. And financial institutions such as carbon trading exchanges set up to trade carbon mostly wore hot dog suits.

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They said, “Maybe Marco had it just as he was leaving”. Israel, for Rome and Switzerland, before the authorities finally deported him to France. “Well, it’s over. I got caught.” Greed and deception are everywhere – you can spend whatever you can get your hands on.

Lords of Scam offers financial tricks and billions in profits from the eyes of several real heroes. Some of whom are almost interconnected.

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