The Carroll Maryland Institute Oxford University Collections and Leap Castle Trust Interests included parchment documents of the Lord Marshal and Carroll of Ely Fixed Place Line known as - THE PALE - manuscripts executed in 1206 which defined the strategic valley southern border boundary between Celtic Ireland and the Anglo-Norman Settlements within the province of Leinster Ireland. This medieval Anglo-Irish Settlement is an early testament of the resolute ability to find common interests mutual understanding and respect for the values of human rights and cultural differences.
US Government Washington DC sources have confirmed that Scotland Yard officers retain compelling criminal offences "charge sheet files" relating to the break-ins burglaries and organised criminal seizure operations of the Oxford University Carroll Institute which embraced the worlds finest collections of Celtic Anglo-Irish books illuminated manuscripts national treasures including the ancient monastic settlement "Seir Kieran Book of Dimma" artifacts three Irish "Torques" and the Celtic Anglo-Norman Lord Marshal of Leinster O'Carroll of Ely 12th 13th century parchment documents. The US Capitol Hill Carroll Duddington Estate Settlor manuscripts the State of Maryland 3rd Lord Baltimore Carroll archival records and the Carroll Maryland "Seals" Collection which are also contained within the US HM Crown Carroll Trust National Security Public Interests Case dossiers held within a complete - LOCKDOWN - at the FBI Washington DC field office and the Metropolitan Police Scotland Yard London.
NSA Carroll County FBI Gerald Carroll National Security Case:
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