Prince Albert of Monaco never endorsed Punta Perla, according to a letter from his lawyer

Prince Albert of Monaco claims not to know the man he is talking to in this picture!

Prince Albert of Monaco claims not to know the developer Ricardo Miranda, despite he is talking to him at the ground breaking of Punta Perla.... So why was he there with an axe picking the ground and allowing the media to take pictures of him?

Dominican Watchdog is pleased to see that things are falling into perspective and the truth is getting out. From the day we started to write about Punta Perla and Ricardo Miranda they have tried everything to discredit our work and Pittbull-editor Jan Vistisen.

Prince Albert of Monaco was not acting very intelligent when he joined President Leonel Fernandez and Ricardo Miranda at the Punta Perla axe picking event, because his name and picture was later used on previous Punta Perla websites and on Ben Potter’s forum to establish as fact, that Prince Albert of Monaco had given his endorsement to the development.

Originally there was even articles in the local news claiming the Prince was an investor. These articles was removed when Dominican Watchdog first broke our story, but a copy of the text of the original article from DominicanToday can be found here

Now with the lawsuit filed by Ollie Reel and his investor group in Madrid the skeletons are starting to fall out of the closet, and that was about time one can say as Miranda has not dared to meet any of his investors the last 2 years!!

A few days ago Prince Albert of Monaco have through his lawyer in Paris sent a letter to Antonio Flores(the lawyer who filed the lawsuit in Madrid against Ricardo Miranda on behalf of 80 angry investors from Estapona Beach Club and Punta Perla, DR) which states that the “Honorable Prince” never endorsed the Punta Perla development and that the “Honorable Prince” has no connections whats or ever with Ricardo Miranda Miret. With this statement Prince Albert try with the speed of light to distance himself from the hell that are about to break lose in regards to Ricardo Miranda and his never build developments.

You can find a copy of the ORIGINAL letter here

Dominican Watchdog wrote to HRH Prince Albert two years ago to get clarification to this important matter. As the Prince has not come forward earlier with a statement to protect investors, we feel that Albert indeed is partly responsible for the loses of those who have invested in Punta Perla. Prince Albert of Monaco has had two years to make it clear, so why do we first now receive an official letter from his lawyer? That’s not the way a European monarch is supposed to act. It leaves us with a feeling that the Prince was paid to attend the event as earlier proclaimed by people very close to his friends.

The fact that President Leonel Fernandez was attending the ground breaking event doesn’t mean anything. The Dominican President has endorsed projects financed by drug money and called them a “model for investing in his native country”!!!!!!  more about that

Dominican Watchdog is currently investigation how a small lawyer from the Bronx in New York became President of the Dominican Republic and subsequently made a personal fortune which some estimates is over 100 Million Dollars today. Not bad after only 10 years with a salary of USD 300,000 per year…… You can soon follow Dominican Watchdog’s special second year anniversary story about President Leonel here

DOMINICAN SCAM: A FEW QUESTIONS FOR PRINCE ALBERT OF MONACO

Prince Albert II of Monaco has yet to explain why he traveled to the Dominican Republic to actively promote and appear publicly for the Punta Perla development (aside from escaping Monaco).

Investors in the Punta Perla fraud were swindled out of $60 million.

Punta Perla was a private real estate project that sought to entice middle-class Europeans to deposit hard-earned savings for as-yet-to-be-built Caribbean vacation homes.

Albert is a head-of-state. One can understand Monaco’s Sovereign promoting private interests if it involves trade, commerce or tourism for Monaco, such as helping promote a new resort by SBM or Monaco QD.

But a head-of-state allowing himself to be used as a celebrity endorser to help line the pockets of non-Monegasque con-men in a far away land?

Shameful.

What’s next, Albert doing TV ads for Viagra?

A huge question remains unanswered:

What did Albert stand to gain from his involvement in the fleecing of $60 million from hundreds of small investors?

The Punta Perla development was relatively small for the billionaire prince, especially when he has the government of Qatar writing blank checks to spend on much larger projects through his Monaco QD entity.

So what (or who) induced Albert to get involved with Punta Perla’s main organizer, scam artist Ricard Miranda MIRET, whose previous property projects were failures?

It is clear that something corrupt transpired to get the Prince to the Dominican Republic.

Monegasques and Dominicans, as well as victims whose money was stolen, deserve to know the answers to these questions:

Why did Albert get involved in Punta Perla?

How much money was Albert and/or members of his entourage paid?

Will Albert give up his fee to help pay restitution to the victimized investors?

What does Albert know about the whereabouts of money stolen from investors?

What does Albert know about Ricard Miranda MIRET and his current whereabouts?

Does MIRET have a bank account in Monaco?

We wish success to the victims of Punta Perla and their skilled attorneys at Law Bird as they seek justice, and we hope that Ricard Miranda MIRET and Prince Albert are held to account for their misdeeds.

Source: eringer33.com

MUST SEE!!!! Watch this broadcast where spymaster Robert Eringer calls Ricardo Miranda a con man for defrauding investors for USD 60 million – CLICK HERE!!!