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Science, People & Politics ISSN 1751-598x, 25th November, 2016. 18.00 GMT

FROM BRITISH COURTS | 25

Counts four and five: Naveed Zaman - possessing criminal property of
£65,769 cash and £12,000 cash during the first three months of 2012.

Count six and count seven: respectively Naveed Zaman and Zaheer
Iqbal Ahmed (26) and Naveed Zaman and Mohammed Wali Khan (33)
for alleged money laundering from August 2011 to the end of 2012.

In Count eight Mohammed Zaheer (36) faces charges of alleged money
laundering during 2014 and the beginning of 2015.

Separately, in Count nine, Naveed Zaman, Aamer Ali and Amir Amin
(39) are charged with entering or becoming concerned in alleged
money laundering arrangements, also during 2014 and early 2015.
Aamer Ali is the only one of the eight men on trial to face charges of
unauthorised use of a trademark.

The trial has entered its second week, and the prosecution today began
reading to the jury police interviews with the defendants. Tomorrow the
prosecution is expected to continue making its case with further
presentation of police interviews, and evidence from eBay and PayPal
experts. Counsels for the defence are scheduled to start presentation of
their clients' cases from next week.

Matthew Donkin supported by James Gelsthorpe is presenting the
Crown' case. Mr Donkin and Mr Gelsthorpe are from New Park Court
Chambers. His Honour Judge Roger Thomas QC is the trial judge. HG
Later reports in this series of four relate to verdicts.

Multiple charges, multiple defendants
Report 2 of 4 about the same trial.
By Helen Gavaghan at Bradford, Crown Court,
16th August, 2016.
At 12.30 today a jury at Bradford Crown Court unanimously found
Mohammed Wali Khan (33) and Zaheer Iqbal Ahmed (26) of Halifax,
West Yorkshire not guilty of "entering into or becoming concerned in a discharged. Neither was accused or co-accused of crime other than
money laundering contrary to section 328 (1) of the Proceeds of Crime
Act 2002.

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Issue 4 (October - December), 2016. Volume VII. Science, People & Politics ISSN 1751-598x.

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