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Monday, 28 March 2011

Drug baron Curtis Warren has appeal dismissed

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Warren and five members of his gang were convicted in October 2009 of a plot to smuggle £1 million worth of cannabis into Jersey, the Channel Islands.
The 47-year-old appealed his conviction arguing that his sentence should be overturned because police in Jersey obtained key evidence by illegally bugging a car driven by a member of his gang, Jonathan Welsh, as he drove through Europe to work on the drugs deal.
The illegally-recorded audio, despite being condemned by the trial judge, was admitted as evidence. His appeal was rejected by five law lords.
The former Liverpool street dealer, who became Interpol's most wanted man, is the only drug dealer to have appeared on the Sunday Times Rich List.

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