In April of 2003, the company was criticized by Baroness Symons of Vernham Dean for operations in Côte d'Ivoire that "seriously undermine the peace process". In June of 2003, the company offered to kidnap embattled Liberian president Charles Taylor for $4 million. The offer was rejected and Northbridge was subsequently investigated by the FBI.
Northbridge operated from a post box and gradually disappeared from existence.
Northbridge Services Group claimed to provide governments, multi-national corporations, non-governmental... Read More