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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Libyan Investment Authority
The Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) is a government entity headquartered in Tripoli, Libya. It was established on August 28, 2006, by Decree 208 of the General People's Committee of Libya (GPC) with estimated capital of $40 billion . LIA is a holding company that oversees and manages government investment funds in various areas including agriculture, real estate, infrastructure, oil and gas and in shares and bonds. The Libyan Investment Authority is considered to be a sovereign wealth fund. - Source: Wikipedia
There's something distinctly fishy about the Treasury Department's lightning-fast and allegedly "surprise" discovery of more than $30 billion in Libyan government assets stored in U.S. banks.