UK Government Accuses Bernie Ecclestone of Doing Half a Billion Dollars in Fraud Just Days After Praising Putin

by Chris Black

Imagine thinking an accusation of half a billion dollars in fraud coming just days after you praised Putin is a coincidence.

That is what normie believers in democracy would tell you – there is no relationship between Ecclestone’s pro-Russia comments and getting charged with fraud days later.

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Former Formula 1 head Bernie Ecclestone has been hit with a charge of fraud by false representation by the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service after allegedly failing to disclose around £400 million ($475 million) of overseas assets.

Investigators claim that the often 91-year-old billionaire withheld information related to the correct payment of his tax liabilities and is due before Westminster Magistrates’ Court on August 22 to answer the charges.



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