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Monday, 22 March 2010

RAID ON:money-laundering operation run by British gangsters which may have links to Premier League football transfers

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drug and money-laundering operation run by British gangsters which may have links to Premier League football transfers has been uncovered by police in France’s Dordogne region.
Armed officers from both sides of the Channel raided a number of upmarket homes in two isolated villages favoured by British expatriates. There they found drugs and thousand of pounds worth of used notes, along with luxury cars including Aston Martin DB9s and Mercedes SLKs.There have been numerous arrests in connection with the enquiry, all of British nationals who claimed to have moved to France ‘for the good life’, said an investigating officer.

One – so far named only as Stephen C. – was arrested in a car travelling from Narbonne, on the south coast, to the city of Toulouse.Police found half-a-million pounds worth of used notes in his boot, along with traces of cocaine.
‘He told us that all the money came from professional footballer transfers in England,’ added the investigating officer.
‘Those arrested say they had links with big names in the world of Premiership football.’

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