Bilderberg Group To Be Investigated On Allegations Of Corruption

Mick Meaney


An Italian lawyer, Alfonso Luigi Marra, has  requested that the Public Prosecutor of Rome investigate the highly secretive Bilderberg Group.

Perhaps more astonishingly, he has requested that the Italian Prime Minister and Bilderberg regular, Mario Monti, also be investigated.

A translation of the full transcript has been posted on The Globalist Report, in which Alfonso Luigi Marra requests:

The Public Prosecutor of Rome launch a broad investigation aimed at info-activities to verify compliance or non-compliance with laws work of the Bilderberg club and its members and in relation to what happened recently that in recent years in ‘conferences’, and is related to continuing to work each during the year and in different ‘theaters’, with particular reference to the legality of the conduct of Mario Monti as a member of Bilderberg, and the possible relevance of the reasons for those who supported his appointment to the Presidency of the Council to its membership of the Bilderberg and / or other secret organizations or in conflict with the public interest.

He also requests that the Public Prosecutor of Rome look into:

The assessment of whether there are connections between some politicians denounced by the participation of the Mountains ‘conference’ Bilderberg St. Moritz in June 2011 and his appointment to the Presidency of the Council.

According to veteran Bilderberg investigator, Jim Tucker, the cabal will meet in Chantilly, Virginia for its annual closed meeting between June 22-24, 2013.

The secretive group was established in 1954 and is one of the best known examples of how politicians, bankers, corporate tycoons and media moguls annually meet to form unofficial global policy.

Notable examples of 2012’s meeting include:

Henry Kissinger – Chairman, Kissinger Associates, Inc.

Marcus Agius – Chairman, Barclays plc

Donald Graham – Chairman and CEO, The Washington Post Company

Douglas Flint – Group Chairman, HSBC Holdings plc

Kenneth Clarke – Lord Chancellor and Secretary of Justice

Robert Zoellick – President, The World Bank Group

Pascal Lamy – Director-General, World Trade Organization