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thank. you you thank . political lens used to be in the film outside just
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a movie for a film something fun instead i think it was that my colleagues. when i left that i sound like some of them are going to make me a lawyer and i left me. a little show on the birth of leave leave leave got a book to his low. and. he. gave me to come from. the tree of those mums. to keep them on the side of them and just let me have a difficult moment. when dishes are made up automated i don't. know how was she able. to look like
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a gun in the way of admission from the. what politicians do something to. put themselves on the line. to get accepted or rejected. so when you want to be president i'm sure. most somewhat want to get us. into the right to be for us it's like the full story in the morning can't be good that i'm interested always in the waters of my college. tests it may. and in the highlands was as protocol tied to one he counts donington disdain said standing stock poor. because of a virus called out of the off the top of the meat on the wall street ball park so
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pushkar it really doesn't matter what other stuff just with us are going to see if they go get out of the cargo capacity. the soviet army out through up close to strike and we're through screwballs and oh no they go for opening for our own use so. let's slow. our call course plus we're not back to the target. ok lynch easy so you can fall in the routine. before you can become a scene. in time for venting.
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well the lawyers for our client contacted. the hellyeah mag gallery and helen him out of new york. and they were ignored. which is not right it's not proper so i think after about a month or so they wrote him again and again they were ignored and eventually there was a response and the response was essentially you are suing the wrong people you should be suing the international art center and we have nothing to do with that. james palmer was not taken in by her response. he filed a lawsuit against the health gallery in new york. but once again the lawyers denied the family were the owners of the painting.
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here is their statement to the court in new york. international art center and nobody else not the head gallery nor david no model that bought the painting at an auction held at christie's. thing stopped dead there until two thousand and fifteen and the leaking of the panama papers extraordinary. a document published by the journalists revealed that behind the panamanian company international art center was the renowned art dealer david. so he was a shareholder of the company that owns the painting despite his constant denials. the detective had scored a point. and now he just had to find out where seated man was in storage he had a bright idea maybe it was in the geneva freeport where the number of family kept
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the major part of its collection. this was judiciary issued a search warrant for the storerooms in april two thousand and sixteen and discovered the holy grail the much sought after painting. it's hard to say if it was hidden or not but it was kept very discreetly in the freeport where there are no mad family are estimated to have of both three to four billion dollars worth of art or about four and a half thousand works of art in their little room in a freeport. painting claimed to have been looted was well and truly in the storeroom in the freeport a revelation that caused an uproar. the heirs of the antique dealer stettner have now filed a claim for the restitution of the painting we contacted the no months after several attempts they finally agreed to open up their store room at the geneva freeport and to show us the painting in an exhibition room. we would never meet the
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art dealers themselves but they did accord us an exclusive uing of the painting a very solemn moment. the work was handled with great precaution it is estimated at about twenty million dollars today. the families with smaller would tell us their version of the story. is about their money. make a set that blew up a laugh i mean i'm at the end on a. and e. act. international assets and tony is a on the economy going to action there for life i mean a mad. game.
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to clear his clients even further blow or even raise. doubts that the painting ever belonged to the jewish antiques dealer stetson or. mr states if they. don't get it. given these. forty is extinct. what. the. symbols i mean by. this. we had only a few minutes to film the painting. but as the handlers turn the work around we happened to film something on the back that we only noticed later this label from the one nine hundred thirty venice biennale.
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the owner's name had been crudely erased. and it looks like that of staten or. a clue to which the detective never had access and which could be crucial for the next stage of his investigation. the canadian detective is convinced the geneva freeport could be housing other works of dubious origin. well i think there's a high probability that many other paintings in the freeport were probably looted and probably rest there today that have not seen the light of day for many decades and i believe they're there and i think that it would be very interesting if the public were made aware or at least the art industry were made aware of what those paintings are so so that you know if the prosecutor's office was on for
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example were to bring. us with information on all those paintings we could pretty quickly tell them which ones restore pretty quickly. for the swiss art dealers lawyer there's no point in dreaming no one will know for years what's really stored in the freeport of the best. of me. as i am not happy that he saw before. so. our french customs investigator is of the same opinion even if he is on the other side of the fence. following a dumb also region if. you combine all of that i don't feel says we should know him on the beyond a softer you before all is. doing is aside the so. awful
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i can. reproduce it don't. give us the whole supper related for the actual southend diskette because of the discussion. in geneva the mood yani case hit the headlines. the freeport authorities quickly became concerned about bad publicity. so in june two thousand and sixteen they called an emergency press conference. all representatives of the main swiss media as were invited. in a little. cameo started. on the floor where the president of the geneva freeport and his general secretary. both men seemed self-conscious rejecting all responsibility regarding the supposed owner of the painting david no money. she
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said at last your usual. exact. a little. more than michelle's eleven thirty to get to this little blue book or a little bit over it all this love for you created incentives and got this is illegal. in the u.s. is. also got all a slew of also where that these businesses are not as they were that all. of us also. read a bit the this is us is restored. if it's the most your who. was a also what it is it's more as far as your u.s. soldiers go the distance or to the store. but what other secrets are really hidden in the report. in switzerland some official authorities have become extremely concerned we managed to obtain this report from the swiss federal
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audit office. it unequivocally denounces the opaqueness of the geneva freeport. irregularities regarding inventories and absence of traceability of merchandise. errors in stock accountancy and recurrent problems which occur during controls. our french customs officer includes laxity on the part of the swiss administrators that oversee business conducted in the freeport. zone point. is a nice house from previously ordered seymour talking all. of us from our lost out on to the knesset. source just a kiss whiskey saw the guns are in your memo called you. lonely but you don't remember. need mom wash your skin saucy don't see
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but don't let me complete politesse trees leboeuf why. they don't get a formality. make. in response to widespread criticism the recently appointed president of the geneva freeport a magistrate known for his integrity is supposedly fighting the good fight for much stricter regulations. for the. new schemes with. the on the economy it's.
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about. these two. men feel more. secure. this man is aware that there is still a long way to go. but having agreed to make concessions on its banking secrecy will switzerland also finally agree to open the doors of the world's biggest safe.
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not. the stories that shape the week just gone may day rioting in paris is described as the worst in half a century of more than two hundred arrested. in the middle class is now starting to be the police or to look out you'll see that see guests coming up she was the police move again and that's because just this new stuff going on. in the news here in the last week the supposed evidence incriminating russia in the script thing is seriously weakened after several key claims refutes it also. means i don't understand. that flares along the border between gaza and israel with i.d.f. troops using extreme force to disperse and to your patient protest and injuring
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over a thousand people in the process. and coming up later today ahead of latino vote in officially starting his fourth term as president look what we expect. from monday's no gration said. hello thanks choosing out international this weekend just turned one of the morning here in moscow this is the weekly with me kevin know in our roundup of the big stories of the last seven days starting with this paris shaken on tuesday by what's been described as the city's worst may day riots in fifty years the violence began after moscow anticapitalist protesters hijacked what should have been a peaceful rally against the french government's labor of forms the so-called black bloc activists then torched cars vandalized shop fronts and clashed with police a correspondent charlotte dubin ski was in the thick of it all.
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in the middle of class she's now starting to please i want to have a look of that you'll see the chief justice coming up to us the police move again i'm not because just behind us there is a going on the demonstrators have put forth every kind of motorbike and as you can see. the cars. well as you might have gathered we've just been in the middle of what was quite a large clash between the police and the protesters just look behind me this is one of the trucks with the water cannons and you can see the gendarme now coming down and you can see some of the water in the form that's been on the ground to try and push these protesters back take a look behind me and they're actually trying to barricade themselves up now that's
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off to they set fire to what looked like a g c b the fact it's still own fire over there in the distance the process is did is if you just turn around a little bit more can't we have a look at this you may see this. over talk smoke coming up here on the protesters what they did is they lit fire to what seemed to be some sort of motorbike and the car just want to give you a sense of what sort of damage has been created from those clashes not just the conscious but the damage that was coolest by the protesters the police had warned early on tuesday morning ahead of these may day protests that they thought they were going to be hijacked by anticapitalist by anti fascists and they were indeed that they came out in their hundreds ready with a gear their safety gear to be able to protect themselves from the tear gas the masks protesters who had damaging and smashing items up across this part of paris
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and the police had let them be just come over here and you'll be able to see the bullets here of a fast food restaurant that have been put up that was completely and utterly destroyed restaurants further behind on the street will also destroyed and basically the police did very little in fact nothing for a long time when this destruction was happening it was only further on into the demonstration when the violence took place of little bit further on that they actually did something now they've said the reason that they didn't react as quickly as some people say they should have is because they were trying to avoid collateral damage. in a further outpouring of anger at the government turned its pro-business economic policies then forty thousand people hit the streets of the french capital on saturday to that event was organized to coincide with the first anniversary of president manual macross election when protesters could be seen as you can see
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yourself holding banners bearing slogans like stop microland down with the president of the rich around two thousand police officers were deployed to that demonstration to avoid any risk of what happened on labor day that we just showed you turns out that the march passed off really peacefully the day. this was a revelation of the wait for the turn over the books this was the acclaimed american rapper kanye west might be considered by many to be a modern day creative genius no argument there maybe but it's controversial twitter rants are now landing him a big strife one renowned strategic intelligence analyst has been poring over his timeline and concluded at the end of it that kanye west is a russian spy secretly working for vladimir putin you hear me right the main links been made because of the west revealing his warm support for donald trump anyway more against the of looks at an ever growing army of kremlin agents remember when being portrayed as a russian spy was funny a bit of
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a joke. over itself. what do you do in the dark when. russian spy assaulted. by a catcher. who isn't funny now could be anyone in the oval office in the pentagon madison square garden. can years recent coordination with trump along with his use of infamous or rhetoric and symbols confederate flag reek of products here just join up the dog's hind year indorse trump publicly their friends. i'm not saying can you west is involved at all in the trump russia scandal but i am saying he has russian ties and was there right after the twenty sixteen elections scott walk in or perhaps work in
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a contributor for the us news channel m.s.n. b c and also founder of russia gate agrees there are just too many dogs not to connect them kanya west went to russia he went to russia he literally flew to moscow and walked around the jew see what he got up to i sure didn't get to be doing anything it's now so or vs why didn't we see it before we see it now and there are more of them clint eastwood openly backed trump and the russian connection is blatant clint eastwood speaks russian. pretense. oh and robert de niro he hates trump or so he says but look at the facts he cool owns the chain of all true
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a luxurious restaurants in moscow and he's opening a new one soon you know who goes to his restaurants oligarchs we're not blind anymore there could be russian spies in my audience and i wouldn't know everyone is a suspect. are you a russian spy now. that's russian spies. ellen the generous knows what's up we need lists so i've put together a quick one to start things off this is a list of american stars who've recently been to russia they held. and did business it's time to wake up russian agents everywhere the president the republicans hollywood your neighbor your friends maybe probably even you. me gary now there are some suspect links in turkey's hierarchy to is the
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a foreign minister showing some impressive russian skills and we are sure of the best ratchet. is the receiver. to syria. or to incur syria to risk. fortune fortune for christmas or about the serious stuff . for eleven hundred people reportedly injured in gaza on friday as israeli soldiers used tear gas and live ammunition against anti ok patient demonstrators that rally was the latest in the garden and six week old great march of return campaign in which dozens of protesters have been killed.
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five. people are actually crossing the street just really territory the right to use nonlethal. words to carry out our ass if there has been you know. crossing the border without authorization using live ammunition right using intentional force is. on our sponsor in the truck to buy from them and that's not what's happening israel's responded to the cry from the un on human rights groups government lawyers say the gaza protests for all into the state of war category and therefore human rights laws don't apply to the i.d.f. rules of engagement indeed a reserve colonel with the defense forces told us pretty same thing too that in his view the israeli.


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