The Bank of England is still nearly £80,000 from his pocket as he ceased to persecute former employees accused of stealing credit cards in a daring robbery in the late 1980’s and early 1990-ies.
Banknotes should be burned in Debden object were taken inside workers ‘ underwear of the alleged offense, despite the lack of witnesses meant only one person was successfully prosecuted.
Others were sued by the Bank, which led to their “high standard of living” as evidence.
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Judge Norman Rudd of the Supreme Court in 1994 said that they had been stolen from the Bank, and four pairs ordered to pay a total of almost £700,000.
Last month, the Bank said, “almost all of the money stolen in 1992” was restored, revealing information in the minutes of the meeting of the court, the Council of the Institution.
As a result, “the court agreed that it would be now to draw a line”.
However, a freedom of information request sent to the Telegraph showed the Bank is still out of pocket.
Only £618,670 of £697,000 was ordered returned.
All participants must have repaid less than their share.
They include the alleged “Prime mover” Christine Gibson and her husband Peter, of which £136,000 £170,000 was recovered.
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The case came to light when Mr. Gibson took £100,000 in cash in a branch of an insurance society in plastic bag.
Michael Nairne was accused of helping Mrs. Gibson of transferring funds. He and his wife were told to pay £110,000, but was recovered only £101,000.
Kenneth Longman allegedly played a similar role to Mr. Nairne. Only € 143,000 from £150,000 order was returned to Mr. Longman and his wife.
Kevin Winwright was imprisoned for years after confessing to stealing £170,000. His role was to distract the guards. Mr and Mrs Winwright paid £136,000 from the money.
The case was transferred to the ITV movie hot money, starring Caroline Quentin as a Hollywood movie with Diane Keaton and Katie Holmes.