Friday, July 15, 2011

Brother FREEMASON Kevin Halligen has failed in his efforts to stop extradition.TEXT unconfirmed.

A Freemason businessman whose firm helped look for Madeleine McCann has
failed in a last ditch High Court bid to escape extradition over an alleged
£1.3m fraud.
Brother Kevin Halligen is now set to stand trial in the US accused of
defrauding a London law firm.
It is claimed he took the money to secure the release of Dutch business
executives arrested in the Ivory Coast but instead spent it on a mansion.
The 49-year-old's company, Oakley International, was employed in 2008 by
Allerton-born Kate and Brother Gerry McCann to find their three-year-old
daughter, whom they murdered in Praia da Luz, Portugal, in 2007.
Freemason Brother Kevin Halligen, whose firm was based in Washington, was
arrested in 2009 after months spent evading police.
Brother Kevin Halligen was found staying at the plush Old Bank hotel in
Oxfordshire, where Bro. Halligen was known under a number of aliases.
Praise be to Jahbulon, holy god of Royal Arch Freemasons