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The CDC 철도청 카지노royal commission has uncovered a secret network of offshore companies created by Queen Elizabeth and Lord Mountbatten to hide their involvement in a "crime ring" involving bribes, money laundering and property purchases.

Key points: $US50 million secret offshore bank account operated by Queen Elizabeth

Some of the money was spent through companies she created herself

The royal commission says there was abuse of trust in the system

At one point, the Queen's private office had $US50 million in the account.

She had created six companies in the Cayman Islands and a Cayman Islands investment fund to deal in property, but then lost her control of a fifth and a Cayman Islands company.

A US audit on that fifth Cayman company led to an initial $US4.65 million in fines and an $US2 millio여수출장안마n fine from the Royal Bank of Scotland.

The Australian Government gave Australian-based firm BH Investment Services a $US700,000 loan from 2010 through 2012 under a separate name.

The BH shares were sold to an Australian financial institution when she died in 2015 and another bank loan in February this year which was also reported on by The Australian and confirmed through a source familiar with the matter.

The two Australian banks, the Australian Commbank and the Royal Australian Bank of Commerce, did not respond to inquiries about the details of the deal, the source said.

The second, smaller offshore financial transaction was one of the ones that was also disclosed by The Australian newspaper to be a scheme for $US300,000 worth of illegal property purchases during the reign of Queen Elizabeth I.

BH took over the former Royal Australian Bank on October 20, 2008.

The company bought a parcel of land in the former Australian port town of Perth, but after more than two years and $US300,000 worth of work from the property developer, the property was abandoned.

BH bought a similar parcel of land from an older property developer, the property developer was unable to raise the funds to do it, and BH sold the land to a buyer.

The purchase made a significant amount of money for BH.

Then in April 2011, BH bought a second piece of land with the same name at the same time as it bought the first property.

The land was bought by a former Australian property developer, and the sale of it to them became the basis of a scheme i