After a 14-year investigation, a French court convicted the Hungarian-American globalist billionaire George Soros of insider trading and fined him 2.2 million euros ($2.3 million), the amount prosecutors said he had profited from the trading.

Prosecutors accused the famous Hungarian Jew mr. Soros of buying stakes in four formerly state-owned companies in France, including one of the country’s leading banks, Société Générale, for his Quantum Endowment Fund in 1988 based on confidential information.

Soros forced to flee Turkey after being found guilty of subverting democracy

The stakes were worth a total of about $50 million at the time, but Soros, who was not present in the courtroom, called the verdict unfounded and said he would appeal.

Billionaire globalist George Soros has also been forced to flee Turkey after the the Turkish government accused him of trying to subvert democracy.

Soros’s Open Society Foundation confirmed that it would cease all operations in Turkey, in response to President Tayyip Erdogan’s accusations that Soros was deliberately trying to sabotage and divide the nation.

News Punch / ABC Flash Point News 2018.

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