Carl Freer moves to Dubai – the United Arab Emirates to provide a safe haven for the two time convicted fraudster – or . . . has the bug been drawn to a flame?

Carl Freer takes on Dubai

Travelling on a Swedish passport Carl Freer has relocated his business activities to the ever-welcoming and ever-friendly UAE – locating himself in Beautiful Dubai.  With  companies collapsing in America, Vietnam, Hong Kong and Singapore – leaving millions in unpaid bills and unsettled court judgement – he moves to paradise in what some are predicting will be his swan song. . .

Boasting of key relationships within the Al Maktoum royal family, Carl Freer believes he is on course to attract more money into his latest sensational idea. It is top secret – and we have been sworn to secrecy – so of course we can’t tell you about this latest scam opportunity.

While we are sure the royal family has had their fair share of people pretending to be friends – we are also sure they have never come across the world’s most persuasive person – a brilliant salesman – a connoisseur of friendships – the ever effervescent – the obsessively obsequious – the magical genie – Carl Freer.

Will they be awe-struck,  dumb-stuck and thunder-stuck like so many before them?   Or will they see straight through him and realise he is yet another fumb duck?

Will this be the Freer Rubicon?  A bridge too far?  Is this latest move an act of bravado – or a planned suicide?  Whichever it is:-

Dubai – Alea jacta est!

Ever-trusting and ever-welcoming – always willing to give the benefit of the doubt – the Dubai CID nontheless do not like being made fools of.

The question is:- Will they buy the bullshit – or bury the bullshitter?

Don’t Arrest Me – My Father Just Died

Recently the Dubai Police have placed their 11 most wanted suspects on the Internet in the hope people around the world will help trace them. The 10 men and a woman are being sought in connection with crimes ranging from murder to fraud.

It begs the question – why publish a list of 11?  It is either the Top 10 – or the Top Dozen.  11 seems wrong somehow.

Carl Freer thinks so, and so hates illogical things that some have speculated that he has taken it upon himself to bring harmony to the list, and make it an even 12.

He will find himself in interesting, if subordinate, company.  Murderers – thieves – con-men – fraudsters – drug dealers – none have the aplomb of the one and only Carl Freer.  But – like him –  they do have some good stories.

Perfect people – paragons of perfection in every way – never given a chance – forced to forge signatures – commit fraud – lie and cheat – convicted as kids – uncontrollable compulsions to posses million dollar timepieces – these poor degenerates were never responsible for anything – they were just innocent bystanders – watching on – spectators – as their hands wielded knives – their fingers pulled triggers – their mouths spouted lies – nothing to do with them – they are fine people every last one of them.

The 11 are believed to have fled the UAE, and international arrest warrants have been issued through Interpol.

The website – http://www.dubaipolice.gov.ae/wanted/EN-10mostwanted.htm – includes their photographs, aliases, nationalities, dates of birth and present locations, where known, as well as a summary of the 10 cases for which they are wanted.

The site asks anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of the suspects to contact Dubai CID on 04 2694848 or by e-mail at cid@dubaipolice.gov.ae.

The new contender is unusual in that he is the only one to have recently moved to Dubai – as though taunting the CID.  Will they arrest him?  Will they allow him to commit crimes and flee the country before adding him to the list? (See the recent article exposing his previous attempt to defraud the Dubai Investment Group).

What a question!  People are placing bets – Carl Freer’s juices are flowing.

What are you going to do?  Invest?  Inform? Bet on him?  Bet against him?

Oh! – stay tuned – there is soooooo much more to this story that we cannot divulge right now.

This is the one – and don’t forget the tattoo

Updated: 10 Aug 2017

 

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