Counter-terrorism police investigating fraud linked to extremists travelling to Syria have arrested six men and a woman.
Officers from the Metropolitan police’s counter-terrorism command attended six addresses in London and another in Luton, Bedfordshire. The six male suspects have been arrested for conspiracy to commit fraud and money-laundering, while the woman was held on suspicion of money-laundering only. Scotland Yard said officers were investigating a “large-scale fraud” connected to UK extremists travelling to Syria. The arrests are part of a continuing investigation into allegations that vulnerable and elderly victims were cold-called on their home phones by a suspect impersonating a police officer.
The force said: “Members of the public are strongly advised, if you receive a call like this about your bank account from someone claiming to be a police officer, hang up the phone, wait at least five minutes to make sure the phone line has cleared, or use another phone line, before ringing the phone number on your bank card.”THESE PEOPLE WILL COMMIT GENOCIDE, SO OF COURSE ALL LESSER CRIMES ARE ON THE TABLE.
BRITAIN SHOULD BEGIN EXPELLING AND EXILING MUSLIM OFFENDERS WHO SUPPORT SHARIA AND JIHAD.
WHY SEND THEM TO SYRIA.... OR AFGHANISTAN OR YEMEN...