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Monday, 21 February 2011

Gone In 60 Seconds gang,Money launderers jailed after found moving £1m a month through Birmingham banks - Birmingham News - News - Birmingham Mail


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Money launderers jailed after found moving £1m a month through Birmingham banks - Birmingham News - News - Birmingham Mail: "THREE international money launderers dubbed the Gone In 60 Seconds gang have been jailed over a racket to launder £1 million of drugs money through Birmingham banks every month.

The trio travelled the UK to collect carrier bags of cash – containing up to £160,000 at a time – from criminal gangs on street corners.

The exchanges lasted less than a minute, earning them the Hollywood movie nickname.


The men, who ran the racket from a house in Great Barr, posed as smartly dressed businessmen as they deposited the cash in banks around the region. But Ghulam Abas Yuosifi, Shafaq Ibrahimi and Mortaza Walizadah were secretly being watched by detectives from the Serious Organised Crime Agency (SOCA).


And the trio were jailed on Wednesday at Birmingham Crown Court after admitting money laundering offences."

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