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According to sources close to the recent G-8 Summit in St. Petersburg, Russia, pressure from financial big shots and foreign heads of state has 'put the heat' big time on the Bush administration this weekend to release $4.5 trillion dollars earmarked for the American people, funds held up illegally by President Bush and the Federal Reserve Board in a Bank of America account in Richmond, Va.

"We have heard this weekend that the administration is preparing a way to release the funds," said Michael C. Cottrell, treasurer of AmeriTrust Groupe, Inc., the recipient of the massive repatriation settlement along with Ambassador Leo Wanta, the former Treasury agent for President Ronald Reagan who has spearheaded the trillion dollar windfall for the betterment of the American economy.

"The impact has been felt and there is considerable movement within the Bush administration to release the money. We have heard there is a lot of pressure from G-8 members (a group of eight industrialized nations) to release the funds by the end of the business day on Monday (July 31)."

Wanta, the legal trustor of more than $27.5 trillion dollars in funds illegally diverted by the last three Presidential administrations, recently entered into a $4.5 trillion settlement with U.S. authorities on the direction of two federal court judges.

However, President Bush and Fed have illegally blocked the money for over a month with Wanta now losing patience and giving authorities until the close of business on July 31 to fork over the money or saying he intends to file a federal lawsuit, as well as proceed after the entire $27.5 trillion which may have matured over the years to $70 trillion.

"If they turn over the money Monday," said Cottrell, "I think it will be done quietly with no public announcements."

Although the story has been categorized the "biggest financial in the history of the world" due to the vast amount of money and the connected corruption by the Bush and Clinton crime families who have back stabbed Ambassador Wanta who, in turn, since the end of the Cold War wanted to return the money to the American people as President Reagan had directed.

Wanta, however, was illegally jailed for his efforts for the better part of the l4 years while Bush Sr., Clinton and the current Bush administration continued to use the trillion dollar money for their own private shadow government agendas instead of strengthening U.S. interests at home and abroad.

Although the mainstream press, the White House and the entire U.S. Congress have remained hush-hush since Wanta's story reveals deep corruption of all the above parties, the Ambassador endured against unlikely odds, including death threats, 133 days in a Swiss dungeon and years in a Wisconsin jail to negotiate with the help of federal court judges the $4.5 trillion dollar settlement to revitalize the American economy against enemies within trying to do otherwise.

Here is a breakdown of the The Wanta Plan, indicating a healthy injection of liquid funds are right around the corner if the American people wake-up before it's too late:

The agreement provides for the prepayment of taxes to the US Treasury, at a rate of 35% of the $4.5 trillion, equating to $1,575 trillion, together with prepayment of taxation to the State of Virginia at 6%, amounting to some $270 billion.

In addition, Wanta through his AmeriTrust Groupe, Inc., has put financial mechanisms in place for the further generation of corporation tax deposits payable to the U.S. Treasury
Department/Internal Revenue Service of about $96 billion per banking day.

Because of financing transactions which will consequently be carried out by other U.S. financial institutions, estimated total windfall accruals to the U.S. Treasury are likely to exceed $200 billion per banking day, from the moment of start-up. This is now running nearly three months late.

And according to Cottrell Monday, July 31, looms as one of the most important days in American history, even though it's being treated by the media and the government like ignoring "the big elephant sitting in the middle of the living room" because this story, due the vast amounted of diverted U.S. funds, separates the true patriots who want to revitalize America from the real criminals who actually want to destroy America from within.

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