Christopher Taylor, 57, who served with West Yorkshire Police, denies money laundering and conspiracy to defraud. Others, who owed money to credit card companies, excort fleeced by paying upfront fees escort boston lincs the hope of eliminating their debts. The jury was told the fraudster at the helm of the conspiracy, a man called Toni Muldoon, confided in Taylor and used his bank to acquire criminal proceeds to be transferred from the UK to Spain.
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The jury heard that Muldoon, a year-old British national who lived in Spain, had admitted two charges of conspiracy to defraud. Outlining the case, prosecutor Nic Lobbenberg said evidence would show Taylor was involved in discussions about buying a villa in Spain and providing other funds. All five defendants deny two charges of conspiracy to defraud ecort various money laundering offences.
The jury has been told their defence will be that they believed they were running legitimate honest businesses. Five accused over escort site scam.
Three other men and a woman, from Suffolk and Spain, also deny related charges. Spanish connection.
Money laundering. Five people are on trial in a prosecution brought by Suffolk Trading Standards.
The trial is expected to last two months. More on this story. Published 9 April