Suspended sentence for Rotherham money-launderer

A MAN has been handed a suspended prison sentence after being caught by cops carrying out a money-laundering probe.

Zaheer Ahmed (32), of Renishaw Avenue, Broom, was arrested after police found he had almost £12,000 in a sports bag as he met another man, 38-year-old Riyaz Atcha.

Bolton Crown Court heard that Revenue and Customs officers observed the BMW being driven by Ahmed, parking up in Bolton, Greater Manchester, on May 13 last year.

Read on… http://www.rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk/news/104742/suspended-sentence-for-rotherham-money-launderer.aspx

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3 Responses to Suspended sentence for Rotherham money-launderer

  1. Woody says:

    I can’t see any difference in the case above and the 1 below can anyone tel me why the difference in sentance
    https://www.thecourier.co.uk/news/local/fife/247438/fife-pensioner-helped-to-deliver-bundles-of-dirty-money/

    • malcontent says:

      Perhaps it’s because the sum of money is greater in the Fife case. The sentence of the indigenous men’s wasn’t excessive. It was the “Asian men’s” that was very lenient, but they both involved drugs.

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