She just has multiple clients rather than just one.

This foreign born former model hasn't stopped what she used to do back in the day. She still recruits underage girls just like she did for the pedophile. She just has multiple clients rather than just one. She also has a way to transport them all over the world which is one of the reasons her rate is about ten times higher than if you were to rent out the same transportation yourself.

Source: http://www.crazydaysandnights.net

This foreign born former model hasn’t stopped what she used to do back in the day.

She still recruits underage girls just like she did for the pedophile.

She just has multiple clients rather than just one.

She also has a way to transport them all over the world which is one of the reasons her rate is about ten times higher than if you were to rent out the same transportation yourself. She calls herself a facilitator.

Most every other person would call her a trafficker.

The thing is though, she has protections in places unlike anything ever seen before with many current and former heads of state she counts as clients.

She also has a trail of receipts.

When one person tried to skip out on a fee, she had enough muscle to have him killed even though he was a very big presence in his country.

His was one of several high profile deaths where no bodies were found.

It is unclear if she caused the others to happen.

Nadia Marcinko

Pierre Agnes
CEO of “Quiksilver

The Twisted Flight Paths of ‘Global Girl’ and the Lolita Express

The Gulfstream Girl can’t use that nickname anymore. In 2013, the model turned pilot—then 27, blond, often beaming in photos—was hit with a trademark infringement suit by Gulfstream Aerospace, which told her its brand name was off-limits.

That must have been a disappointment. As a commercial pilot, the former Gulfstream Girl, whose real name is Nadia Marcinko and before that Nadia Marcinkova, holds three rating certificates: for single-engine aircraft, multi-engine aircraft, and various Gulfstream business jets, which have their own rating certificates. Furthermore, she is the CEO of Aviloop, a supremely odd aviation branding business, whose website features flawless shots of her with Gulfstreams.

The Gulfstream Girl can’t use that nickname anymore. In 2013, the model turned pilot—then 27, blond, often beaming in photos—was hit with a trademark infringement suit by Gulfstream Aerospace, which told her its brand name was off-limits.

That must have been a disappointment. As a commercial pilot, the former Gulfstream Girl, whose real name is Nadia Marcinko and before that Nadia Marcinkova, holds three rating certificates: for single-engine aircraft, multi-engine aircraft, and various Gulfstream business jets, which have their own rating certificates. Furthermore, she is the CEO of Aviloop, a supremely odd aviation branding business, whose website features flawless shots of her with Gulfstreams.

The Gulfstream Girl can’t use that nickname anymore. In 2013, the model turned pilot—then 27, blond, often beaming in photos—was hit with a trademark infringement suit by Gulfstream Aerospace, which told her its brand name was off-limits.

That must have been a disappointment. As a commercial pilot, the former Gulfstream Girl, whose real name is Nadia Marcinko and before that Nadia Marcinkova, holds three rating certificates: for single-engine aircraft, multi-engine aircraft, and various Gulfstream business jets, which have their own rating certificates. Furthermore, she is the CEO of Aviloop, a supremely odd aviation branding business, whose website features flawless shots of her with Gulfstreams.- Source

Pierre Agnes: Mystery surrounds Quiksilver CEO’s disappearance at sea after empty boat washes up on French beach

Mystery surrounds the disappearance of the multimillionaire boss of surfwear brand Quiksilver after his boat was found washed ashore on a French beach.

Pierre Agnes, 54, set off from the surfing resort of Hossegor, Landes, in the south-west of France early on Tuesday morning, reportedly to go fishing.

The father of three was alone on board the 11m “Mascaret III’ when he told port authorities he was “postponing my trip home” due to thick fog, according to authorities.

After friends and family were unable to contact him, a mayday alert was launched. Two speedboats and at least two helicopters began the search for the Frenchman, who was declared “missing at sea”.

His boat was later found on a beach close to Hossegor, just north of Biarritz on the Atlantic Ocean. The area is known for intense, sometimes dangerous, waves, which are prized by surfers. – Source