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Javed Khaliq:admitted threats to kill, child cruelty and drugs charges

Javed Khaliq:admitted threats to kill, child cruelty and drugs charges | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

A MAN who took a young girl and threatened to kill her in a series of chilling phone calls to her mother was last night behind bars.

Javed Khaliq held the child in a cold and filthy garage for hours overnight while he repeatedly made contact with her frantic mother.

Khaliq, 33, warned the woman: “You’re never going to see her again… the next time you see her, she will be in a body bag with me.”

In another of the 62 calls he made over three hours, he said: “The only person who is going to see me and your daughter is God.”

Khaliq later told the woman to say goodbye to her daughter as he counted down from five to one then switched off his mobile phone.

Police had been called by the mother to her home in the Stockton area, and officers heard some of the menacing calls she received.

John Gillette, prosecuting, told Teesside Crown Court that in one, Khaliq prompted the toddler to be abusive towards her, making her repeat things such as “f*** you mammy, you slag.”

Judge Howard Crowson jailed Khaliq for 12 months yesterday after telling him the threats he made were extremely frightening.

The judge accepted it would have been unlikely Khaliq would harm the child, but said her mother would have been terrified.

“You finished with a rather chilling comment, saying, ‘Say goodbye to your daughter’ and the countdown,”

Judge Crowson said.

“One can only imagine what effect that probably had upon her mum… [but] I conclude that you would never have carried out the threat.”

Khaliq, of Duchess Road, Crumpsall, Manchester, admitted making threats to kill and child cruelty as well as two unconnected drugs charges.

Mr Gillette told the court that the cruelty charge related to Khaliq abandoning the child for a short time in the garage while he went to a shop.

Duncan McReddie, mitigating, said Khaliq had drunk vodka before the incident, and acted completely out of character.

The court heard that he will be banned from working with children after he is released from prison and may be deported.

But Mr McReddie said Khaliq believes he is a legitimate UK citizen after twice marrying British women.

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Nottingham raid led police to £22m international drugs ring

Nottingham raid led police to £22m international drugs ring | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

A ROUTINE drugs raid in Nottingham led to the discovery of a £22.9 million international drugs ring.

Brothers Pritpal Ruprah and Satpal Ruprah were jailed for a total of 13 years at Nottingham Crown Court yesterday after admitting their part in 8,197kg of cannabis being trafficked into the UK since 2005.

The court heard their involvement in the operation unravelled after Notts Police raided a house in Tattershall Drive, The Park, on October 13, 2010, and found just over 1kg of skunk cannabis, and over 6kg of cannabis resin.

Michael Auty, prosecuting, said that Pritpal Ruprah had been friends with a woman at the house and supplied her with drugs. It included giving her a 1kg block of cannabis resin as a gift in October 2008, he told the court.

Mr Auty said: “It was after this that police were contacted by the Serious Organised Crime Agency and were alerted to other operations.”

Former Nottingham Trent University student Pritpal Ruprah, 33, who lived in Roden Street, Sneinton, at the time, pleaded guilty to two charges of conspiracy to supply cannabis and cannabis resin, two charges of supplying cannabis and cannabis resin, and one charge of supplying cocaine.

He was jailed for a total of seven-and-a-half years.

Sanjeev Sharma, mitigating for Pritpal Ruprah, said he has shown remorse. He said: “He was hitherto a man with no previous convictions, and he has lost that good character and has a black mark against his name. It is something that will hang over his head for the rest of his life.”

Mr Auty said Satpal Ruprah, 31, of Highfield Drive, Sutton Coldfield, had used two businesses he ran in Birmingham as cover for his involvement in the drugs smuggling.

Satpal Ruprah pleaded guilty to two charges of conspiracy to supply class B and C drugs, and a further charge of conspiracy to acquire criminal property.

He was jailed for a total of six-and-a-half years. Balraj Bhatia, mitigating for Satpal Ruprah, who also had no previous convictions, said: “He feels utterly ashamed that he has let down the good name of his family, and lost his own good name.”

Judge Jeremy Lea said: “Each of you played a leading role. You were both buying and supplying on a commercial scale. You did so with expectation of significant financial gain.”

After the case, DC Andrew Gerus, from Notts Police’s anti-drugs Operation Vanguard, said: “Pritpal Ruprah was essentially the regional distributor for a much larger operation that sourced and supplied drugs across the UK.

“He lavished his money around, buying expensive gifts, cars and holidays for people – all from the proceeds of this criminal enterprise.

“But despite this obvious wealth he left no financial footprint, the flat he lived in was in someone else’s name and other people’s bank accounts were used to transfer money.

“Despite appearing to be a legitimate businessman, Satpal Ruprah invested money into the illicit operation, documenting transactions and deals that took place.”

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Six "Asian" men jailed for more than 30 years for heroin ring

Six "Asian" men jailed for more than 30 years for heroin ring | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Three men from Gloucester are among six people who have been handed prison terms of more than 30 years for their roles in a heroin ring.


The convictions of six men from the city and Greater Manchester follows an operation by Gloucestershire Police and the Serious Organised Crime Agency.

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The offenders all admitted their part in the ring during previous court appearances, and were sentenced today at Preston Crown Court.

Drugs seized during the investigation had a potential street value of more than £1 million.

Detective Inspector Neil Carpenter, of Gloucestershire Constabulary’s Serious and Organised Crime Unit, said: “This investigation started back in September last year and, working with our colleagues in SOCA, we have disrupted a significant heroin supply ring.

“This operation targeted both those bringing drugs into the county, and those then supplying it on to the streets, so we tackled the supply chain from top to bottom. A number of other people are already serving prison sentences or are awaiting court appearances for their involvement in this heroin gang.

“It’s a great example of cross border and cross agency cooperation, and demonstrates the capability of the Constabulary to combat major crime both alone and with other agencies.

“We’re pleased the six offenders are now getting their just desserts and that we’ve taken a substantial amount of heroin, which was destined for sale on the UK’s streets, out of circulation.”

Matt Burton, SOCA’s North West Head of Investigations, said: “Partnerships at a local and national level are vital if we are to tackle the drug chain from one end to the other and protect the public. In this case the amount of heroin seized – enough for over 100,000 street deals – would have caused misery for families and communities. These criminals are not only behind bars where they belong; they have been denied substantial profits.”


The six offenders sentenced were:

Habibul Islam, 24, of St. Michael’s Square, Gloucester. He admitted cnspiracy to supply heroin and was sentenced to five years and seven months imprisonment.

Gias Miah, 29, of Harescombe Drive, Gloucester. He admitted conspiracy to supply heroin and was sentenced to seven years and eight months imprisonment.

Mohammed Azfal Miah, 25, of Bleinhem Road, Gloucester. He admitted money laundering and was sentenced to 22 months imprisonment.

Mohammed Hanif, 39, of Reservoir Street, Rochdale. He admitted conspiracy to supply heroin and was sentenced to five years and five months imprisonment.

Stephan Caldwell, 24, of Park Road, Oldham. He admitted conspiracy to supply heroin and was sentenced to seven years and four months imprisonment.

Raja Miah, 27, of Gowers Street, Rochdale. He admitted conspiracy to supply heroin and was sentenced to four years and one month imprisonment.

The investigation into the gang’s activities started last summer and in September 2011 a car being driven by Mohammed Miah was stopped on the M5 motorway, travelling north between junctions 10 and 9.

Within the car were two large bags of cash, with abnormally large deposits of heroin on the notes.

Later that month, in Rochdale, Habibul Islam and Raja Miah were seen with Mohammed Hanif involved in exchanging drugs, and 11.2kg of heroin was recovered.

Covert investigations were able to establish links between all the gang members and forensic evidence also linked Stephan Caldwell to the drugs.

While 11.2kg of heroin were seized, the amount the gang pleaded guilty to supplying 1.3kg of the drug.

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Nelson 'prolific' heroin dealer jailed

Nelson 'prolific' heroin dealer jailed | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
A “PROLIFIC” drug dealer who played a major part in the supply of heroin on the streets of Pendle has been locked up.


A police raid in Chapel Street, Nelson, back in February this year found around 500 individual street wraps worth around £10,000.

On Wednesday Raja Imran Khan, 32, of Arthur Street, Nelson, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to supply heroin at Burnley Crown Court.

Sgt Martin Storey said tackling drugs was a key priority for officers.

“Khan was prolific player in the supply of heroin on the streets of Pendle,” he said.

“Tackling drugs and the misery they cause to our communities is a key priority for the police and we will continue to do everything within our power to target dealers and bring them to justice.”

The raid followed an investigation by Pennine Division’s Targeted Crime Team.

Khan has been in trouble with the courts for heroin previously, in 2009 he was sentenced to five years in prison following a hearing at Burnley Crown Court, after being arrested following a raid in 2008 and charged with three offences of possessing the class A drug.

As a result of that case he was forced to hand over £13,000 that was seized by police.

Officers are appealing for anybody else with information about drugs in their community to contact them.


Anyone with information or concerns about drugs can contact police on 101 or the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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Britain´s Asian Heroin Gangs

Britain´s Asian Heroin Gangs | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Documentary providing an undercover investigation and insight into Britain's growing Asian heroin gang problem. 


Few facts revealed..

- Mainly Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Hindu heroin gangs operating all over UK
- Involved at every level of trade, from smuggling to money laundering
- Using seemingly legitimate cash businesses as fronts
- Taxi's frequently used to delivery drugs around collect money
- Close-knit communities used to protect and conceal the trade and dealers
- Dealers offer free heroin to young people to get them hooked
- 7 tons of heroin smuggled into Britain from Pakistan, India and Bangladeshi every year
- 90% of heroin gets through and onto the streets, worth an estimated £2 billion pounds.
- 1kg of heroin sold in UK linked to at least 1,000 crimes.
- Heroin dealing linked to terrorism and Afghan war
- Heroin destroys lives, families and communities

A few years ago Daily Star ran a revealing article interviewing the pushers, quotes below:
“The UK’s heroin trade is increasing at an alarming rate and most of the cash helps arm terrorists with bombs and guns.”

The US has already been ­targeted in the evil campaign which mirrors a terror plot in the new James Bond novel Devil May Care.

Between 1990 and 2005 Taliban-linked drug peddler Haji Baz Mohammed raked in a staggering £17billion by pouring heroin into North America.

He told a US court that “selling heroin was a jihad because they were taking Americans’ money and the heroin was killing them”.

A street level pusher said the following:

“The big bosses have Taliban and al-Qaida connections and we’re often told only to deal it to non-Muslims. They call it ­chemical jihad and hope to ruin lives while ­getting massive payouts at the same time.

“I’m more interested in the money. I knock it out to anyone, ­whatever their beliefs.

“But there are lots of big-­hitters who only sell to non-Muslims – to poison them.”

People interested in the use of drugs as a weapon of war and demoralization, might want to read the symposium "Sex, Drugs and Psychological Warfare"


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Anti-fascist march is re-routed

Anti-fascist march is re-routed | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it
Anti-fascist protesters marching in Brighton are stopped from entering an area where right-wing supporters had gathered.


The march was re-routed in North Street and St James street was also closed.

Sussex Police had warned of disruption in the city after nationalist-affiliated groups indicated their intention to meet up and socialise.

A separate street party-style gathering has also been held in Churchill Square by about 75 UK Uncut supporters.

More than 10 people have been arrested on suspicion of possessing drugs and public order offences.

Mounted police have been on the streets as part of Sussex Police's strategy to cope with an "exceptionally busy" four days in the city.

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Juror fined £450 after smoking cannabis joint on break from rape trial

Juror fined £450 after smoking cannabis joint on break from rape trial | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Shezad Hussain admits contempt of court after juror on another case spotted him smoking at bus stop during lunch hour.


A juror on a rape trial who smoked a cannabis joint in his lunch hour was today fined £450 after admitting contempt of court.

Shezad Hussain, 26, smoked the drug at a bus stop just yards from the entrance to Bolton crown court, Greater Manchester.

But he was spotted by a juror on another case who alerted police. Hussain at first denied but then admitted the offence, blaming stress following a violent attack on his family-owned corner shop by “gangsters”.

The father of one from Bolton had been one of 12 jurors on a week-long case of a man accused of raping a child.

Hussain was dismissed from the jury on Monday, charged with contempt of court and told to speak to a solicitor.

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Facing the death penalty

Facing the death penalty | Race & Crime UK | Scoop.it

Facing the death penalty, the pregnant Briton caught smuggling £3.2 million of heroin in Pakistan


A pregnant British woman could face the death penalty in Pakistan after she was caught trying to smuggle heroin worth £3.2million.


Khadija Shah, 25, was attempting to return to Birmingham with her two children when she was arrested by police officers who uncovered 140lb of the drug concealed inside clothes in three suitcases.

She claimed she took the bags as a favour for men she met in Pakistan and did not know what was in them. Authorities in the capital Islamabad suspect the men were gangsters.


The haul is believed to be the biggest of the Class A drug ever recovered at Islamabad airport destined for the streets of Britain.


Under Pakistani law, anyone arrested with drugs weighing more than 22lb (10kg) faces at least life imprisonment and at most the death penalty.


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