Solicitor charged over false claim of corrupt Met police payments
By Rob Evans, the guardian.com, Friday 25 July 2014
“Bhadresh Gohil, 50, has also been charged with giving false information to a parliamentary committee and organising a campaign to publish articles in the media publicising the false allegations.
On Friday at Westminster magistrates court in London, Gohil was accused of intending to pervert the course of public justice.
A private detective, Cliff Knuckey, was also charged with five offences under the Theft Act of faking documents involving payments totalling £11,500. He pleaded not guilty.”
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