Land & property
WHAT A SAVINGS! the Danish newspaper, BT, has published a video of Interpol-listed fugitive and Tvind leader, Amdi Petersen, and two of his top aides shopping at a Costco supermarket in Ensenada, on Mexico’s Baja coast. We have translated and summarised some of BT’s follow-up reports, and added further details.read more
The Teachers Group owns hundreds of thousands of acres of valuable agricultural land in the Caribbean, Central America, South America and elsewhere in the developing world.
Much of it was secretly bought using Cayman Islands and Jersey offshore companies in the 1980s and 1990s, before the Teachers Group became the subject of a police investigation.read more
In addition to its extensive Caribbean and Central American landholdings, the Teachers Group has spent handsomely on property and ships for itself.
Its extraordinary architect-designed Mexico headquarters, TG Pacifico, is rumoured to have cost around $10 million. The Humana People-to-People international HQ, at Shamva in the bush in rural Zimbabwe, looks a similar custom-built palace.read more
TG Pacifico, Mexico – Teachers Group HQ. Incredible, temple-like campus and 300-room ‘conference centre’ in the desert near Ensanada. Heavily guarded, entry by invitation only. Humana People-to-People HQ, Zimbabwe – modernist building at Shamva 30 km from Harare. The buildings formally opened by President Robert Mugabe.read more
This is the remote, top-security complex in the Mexican desert — ‘TG Pacifico’ — which is the secret world headquarters of the Tvind Teachers Group, and where Amdi Petersen and other wanted TG leaders are believed to be hiding.read more
The San Diego Reader investigates in San Juan de las Pulgas. “Who were these guys, and what was the purpose of the nearby complex? These were questions no one, even the locals, could seem to answer adequately….”read more