UK Agency Seizes £473K From Convicted Money Launderer

Law360, London (September 3, 2019, 12:50 PM BST) -- Britain's organized crime agency said Tuesday it has seized almost £500,000 ($600,000) from a convicted money launderer who claimed he paid for a house by winning the Pakistan lottery 123 times and funneled some of the proceeds through a U.K. bank.

Kashaf Ali Khan, 44, was stripped of £473,000 after the National Crime Agency issued a confiscation order in 2018 under the Proceeds of Crime Act.

The convicted criminal claimed he brought the £412,000 house in Birmingham, in England’s West Midlands, with cash he had earned from 123 winning tickets in Pakistan’s lottery, the NCA said

The NCA said there are...

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