Group Accused Of Stealing Money From Bermuda Government

Friday, 12th January 2018 at 9:14am

Wales Online reports that a group is accused of buying cars and a string of properties across Wales, Scotland and England with money stolen from the Bermuda Government.

Jeffrey Bevan, 50, his wife Samantha Bevan, their friend, Joel Ismail, and financial adviser Paul Charity deny all the charges against them and are due to stand trial.

The Bevans deny transferring more than £300,000, knowing or suspecting it to represent the proceeds of criminal conduct and also deny transferring more than £1m between March 2012 and June 2013.

Jeffrey Bevan is jointly charged with Ismail and Charity with converting criminal property by buying properties in Swansea.

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UPDATE: More details on this story, here, via Wales Online 30th January 2018