How Art Fraud Turned Into Deadly Political Ground 

The Russian billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev, who has emerged as a central figure in the controversy related to art scam. Now, this scam has deep roots to US presidential election.

According to the recent Monaco investigation, Dmitry who sold Da Vinci’s masterwork is allegedly said to have tied with Trump. Like other bigwigs, he is a big supporter of the Trump campaign and expected to have possible collusion with the US presidential election.

The Russian fertilizer and billionaire – Dmitry Rybolovlev, who is president of Monaco football club, was earlier in the conspiracy for his art fraud lawsuit, is now big suspense for the US in the ongoing investigation. He has sued the lawsuit of $528 million against entrepreneurial Swiss art dealer- Yves Bouvier.

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Dmitry has claimed that Swiss art dealer overcharged him for the artwork that he has bought from him in 2011. The evidence stating the link between the Rybolovlev and Trump has stated that Rybolovlev and a cabal of Gulf sheiks Chemed in order to benefit Trump and money laundering through artwork sale.

Where the Rybolovlev denies having hand in this artwork fraud, the evidence is stating that he consigned Salvator Mundi to auction house Christie, knowing the Saudis would intentionally overpay to channel the money to an Israeli PR firm that was involved in the presidential campaign.

In his favor, he said that he has faith in Monaco Justice and he is looking for justice. His word for this is- “I am very comfortable about the outcome of the current probes and convinced that the judicial system of Monaco will do its work, which we are waiting for impatiently,”

Well, it was just a few pages of the conspiracy; the future is holding more secrets to reveal.

What Made Rob Sobhani Lose US Senate Election?

In the year 2012, the last time Cardin was up for re-election, a sovereign businessman named Dr. Sobhani spent approximately $8 million and won 16 % of the vote, placing at 3rd position.

But in the end he lost to his opponent Ben Cardin on November 6, 2012.

Rob Sobhani is not just a businessman who is the Chairman and CEO of Caspian Group Holdings, is leveraging those poll results to continue his call on his two major party opponents to include him in the upcoming debates.

Polling suggests that nearly millions of Americans are fed up with Democrats and Republicans, but independent campaigns rarely succeed.

It started too late, he said. He told The Baltimore Sun that he’s heard from hundreds of voters who are tired of Washington’s gridlock, and he believes the time for an independent campaign is now.

A new poll shows the businessman and independent on pace for a record setting performance for a non-major party candidate in a Maryland U.S. Senate contest.

King Abdullah – The Reformer Of Saudi Arabia Has Died

King Abdullah bin Abdul Aziz the wily King of Saudi Arabia who ruled his nation since 2005 has died. According to the reports, he was said to be aged about 90 and died due to a long illness.

Abdullah was the 6th king of Saudi Arabia who was a master politician has passed away. Even though popping up on every television screen and have bounced the whole country.

A famous author of America Rob Sobhani has published a book on King Abdullah participation in reforming the whole Islamic nation. And the book is remarked as a tribute to an important and influential 21st century head of state.

n his book, Dr Sobhani has given a detailed eulogy to King Abdullah. As he gained a reputation as a reformer without changing his country’s power structure and maintained good relations with the United States while opposing an independent course in foreign policy.

He will be remembered for his great contribution to the country. Apart from that, King Abdullah pumped billions of dollars into modernization of the Saudi education system.

This great reformer put all his efforts to develop the restricted nation. He opened up the Saudi economy, guided his country into the World Trade Organization.

Moreover, he restrained the authority of the religious police, released some victims of an unforgiving judiciary and cracked down on extremism.

King Abdullah could not resolve the central paradox of Saudi foreign policy but he covered the problem by boosting relations with China, Russia and many other countries.