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Case Closed As Airport Cash Smuggler's £1.5M Is Confiscated

Law360, London (April 25, 2019, 3:29 PM BST) -- Britain's organized crime agency has said it has confiscated £1.5 million ($1.93 million) in cash from a convicted money launderer who tried to board a flight from London to Dubai after checking the illicit funds onto the plane in four suitcases.

Mohamed Imran Khan Sathar Khan, 35, was ordered to permanently hand over the funds after a judge at Canterbury Magistrates' Court, in the southeast county of Kent, signed off a forfeiture order, the National Crime Agency said Wednesday.

Agents for the U.K.'s Border Force stopped Khan in August after he checked in four suitcases stuffed with cash for a flight from Stansted...

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