JUDGE has ordered that the property of a convicted Gibraltar drug vendor be confiscated
A decide has ordered that property totalling greater than £100,000 of a convicted drug vendor be seized. Anthony Casey, 46, was arrested in March 2018 by Drug Squad officers of the Royal Gibraltar Police for possession with intent to produce and possession of firearms and ammunition. He pleaded responsible in 2018 to 3 fees of drug dealing and was jailed for 4 years.
Roughly £11,600 price of cocaine, amphetamine and hashish had been seized, and an investigation by the Money Laundering Investigation Unit (MLIU) found the proceeds of Casey’s legal exercise had been price over £117,000.
On Friday, November 27, Mr Justice Yeats, Puisne Decide valued Casey’s property at £117,701.64 and ordered it to be confiscated.
A police spokesperson mentioned: “The MLIU will proceed to hold out its function as a part of the Authorities of Gibraltar’s wider technique on Anti-Cash Laundering and the Countering of Terrorist Financing. As such it can pursue these individuals benefitting from legal conduct of any form with the view of confiscating their ill-gotten beneficial properties.”
The property confiscated are transferred to the Authorities of Gibraltar and should not retained by the Royal Gibraltar Police.
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