This is ARTHUR GEHL, Germany's €100m crypto currency fraudster, who promised his victims 250% return on their money. Gehl and his wife ROXANA are reportedly planning on leaving the European Union driving his new Lamborghini SUV *, and securing refuge from the law in another country, where the couple reportedly have obtained second passports, secured through the Citizenship by Investment (CBI/CIP) program.
The CBI passports are said to be in the names of aliases, not the Gehl's true names. Given the legal obstacles which European (and American) law enforcement agencies have experienced, when seeking to extradite criminals who are CBI passport holders, the extradition process will be lengthy, and frustrating, as local attorneys, closely linked to Government, generally handle these types of cases, and delays that take years are not uncommon dilatory tactics.
Will Gehl cheat justice by fleeing to another country and hiding behind lengthy procedural delays ? We cannot say, but perhaps it would be best for his victims if he was arrested in Europe, rather than give him the opportunity to hide behind his second passport. Otherwise, it may be years, if ever, before he sees the inside of German, or American, courtroom.
There are at present over 650 Investors and Victims that ARTHUR GEHL created and defrauded so he could purchase expensive automobiles; however, there is a remedy for all the victims to get their stolen money back, because Arthur has been arrested by the police in Germany and there is an ongoing major investigation being conducted plus an Investigation by an International Financial Crime Firm of Analysts **.
* This is a photo of the actual Lamborghini owned by Arthur Gehl and purchased with stolen money he defrauded from investors with the actual license plates.
Contributed By Kenneth Rijock - Financial Crime Consultant (USA)
Chronicles of Monte Friesner - Financial Crime Analyst (CANADA)
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