Originating Summons in BCT Limited, as Trustee of the A. Eugene Brockman Charitable Trust v. St. John's Trust Company (Pvt) Limited at Bermuda Supreme Court.
US software tycoon Robert Brockman has been criminally indicted in California for an alleged $2 billion offshore tax evasion scheme involving accounts and entities in Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Nevis, and Switzerland. In a related case, billionaire private equity boss Robert Smith agreed to pay penalties of $139 million to avoid prosecution.
Australian barrister Evatt Tamine has been accused of stealing "more than $20 million" from a Bermuda charitable trust set up by American billionaire Eugene Brockman, while the Trust itself is apparently the target of a $2 billion "tax and money laundering" investigation in the U.S., according to two court judgments.
Judgment regarding "a US Department of Justice Mutual Legal Assistance Request" that led to evidence being "seized from the residence and storage unit of Evatt Tamine, a barrister" in Medlands (PTC) Limited, as Trustee of the A. Eugene Brockman Charitable Trust; Spanish Steps Holdings Limited, and Point Investments Limited v. The Commissioner of the Bermuda Police Service, as Defendants, and Evatt Tamine, apparently a citizen of Australia, and St. John's Trust Company (PVT) Limited, as Interested Parties, at Bermuda Supreme Court.