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The 57-year-old former policeman sold the devices to the government in Baghdad over a period of years for a total of $75 million.
David Sjaarda, 45, the owner of General Building Products Ltd., was slapped with three additional counts of fraud.
Fourteen people have been arrested and bailed on suspicion of fraud in relation to sales of cars bought by employees of the steelmaker Tata.
Following a four-day trial the 24-year-old was found guilty of two counts of possessing stolen property, after receiving two fraudulent cheques.
Payday Lender MCO Capital has had its company closed down by The Office of Fair Trading after it failed to stop fraudsters taking out loans using more than 7,000 stolen identities.
Just one in eight small businesses believe that lawyers provide a cost-effective solution to legal problems, new research has found.
The former chairman of Oldham Athletic football club Chris Moore has pleaded guilty to fraud offences at a software firm that went bust in 2007.
Jim McCormick, 56, of Hambridge near Langport, allegedly used technology found in a £13 novelty golf ball finder to create devices priced at up to £27,000.
A second hand car dealer who sold unsafe cars has been jailed for 16 months for a "calculated and heartless fraud" which made him £73,000.
A man dressed as the caped crusader Batman has handed over a wanted man at a Bradford police station before disappearing into the night. The man was charged with handling stolen goods and fraud offences.
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