Wire transfer instructions, and email correspondence, confirms that payments made by Iran international oil sanctions evader, Alireza Monfared, to obtain a diplomatic passport from senior officials in Dominica, were diverted, by the head of the country's CBI program, to a personal bank account of one of the individuals who operates the illegal program. Emmanuel Nathan, who is the senior CBI official in Dominica, ordered Monfared's agent to send the money to an account of the "Portsmouth Service Station;" that is definitely NOT a government account; it belongs to one of people who operate the Diplomatic passport sales program, a scheme that violates the Vienna Convention on diplomacy, which was adopted by the United Nations, and is therefore binding upon Dominica, a UN member.
Perhaps a view of the documents might afford better understanding of the timeline. These documents speak for themselves, and are a damning indictment of the players, who are all government officials and leaders, at the highest level, an organized crime syndicate, using official positions for personal monetary gain.
Chronicles of Monte Friesner - Financial Crime Analyst
Contributed by Kenneth Rijock - Financial Crime Consultant