Mark Heywood Prosecutes "boiler room fraud"

Fri, 13 Aug 2010

Partners in award-winning Birmingham restaurant accused of money laundering
The partners who helped finance an award-winning Birmingham restaurant have been accused of using thousands of pounds from a shares fraud to invest in the business.

Matthew Whittlestone allowed his bank account to be used to funnel the cash into the Great British Eatery at Francis Road, Broadway Plaza, in which his fraudster brother was also a partner, it has been claimed.

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