Britain’s most-wanted foreign criminals revealed as police bid to flush out the killers in hiding

Last refreshed at 16:42 21 July 2006
Three previous brokers denounced in the asserted Enron-related cheat can’t go home to anticipate trial, a U.S judge has ruled.
David Bermingham, Gary Mulgrew what’s more, Giles Darby – the so-called NatWest Three – had trusted to be allowed take off to return to the UK at today’s hearing.
It is charged that in 2000 the three men prompted their previous boss NatWest to offer part of a organization claimed by crumpled US goliath Enron for less than it was worth.
They at that point cleared out the bank what’s more, purchased a stake in the company, which they sold on at a altogether higher cost to make a tremendous profit, it is claimed.
Under a arrangement drawn up between England what’s more, the US in 2003, the three men were removed to America for trial there.

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