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Corrupt Prosecutor 'had Debts Of Almost £1M'

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Just to fill you in on the background of this case. Today a reporting ban on this case was lifted when one of the defendents, a lawyer for Gwent Crown Prosecution Unit who allegedly had the power to stop trials going ahead, admitted accepting a bribe.

Due to the nature of the trial there has been a Press embargo which is still partially in effect.

For those of you who do not know Wales, Cyncoed is one of the most expensive parts of Cardiff to buy a house in.

How is this relevant to HPC? Well, the defendents ran a property letting agency and had debts re a number of properties.

Both men were caught in an elaborate undercover sting operation put together by the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA) in March last year.

It had been triggered by anxiety over Ibrahim and Khan who were spotted meeting at Bridgend M4 motorway services with two cocaine dealers in the summer of 2008.

Jonathan Laidlaw, prosecuting, told the jury today that Ibrahim was struggling under the weight of debts amounting to £927,000.

He owed debts on credit cards and had outstanding loans and mortgages on a number of properties.

Read the full story at:


Be careful what you post here people.

Personally, I wonder how many others in supposedly upright and upstanding positions are in a similar mess re properties and debt?

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This is just the tip of the iceberg..i know of ,,,,customs..police ...a barrister who no one could guess at what he does but it is astounding and a judge and senior legal executives all involved in looking after the right results....Corruption is everywhere..

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