Fraudsters conned Lincolnshire NHS trust and other public bodies out of over £12m

Ten conspirators have been sentenced by Leicester Crown Court for their part in a fraud which targeted NHS hospitals, local authorities and a government. The fraud netted £12M and the proceeds were laundered around the world. The convictions came after proceedings at Leicester Crown Court ended in December 2016. Two further defendants had been acquitted in the case named Operation Tarlac. Tim Storrie and Daniel Thomas acted for a Dubai-based man who was acquitted at trial. For Sakhi’s Solicitors, Leicester. Read the full story here: