By Tom Winnifrith | Sunday 1 March 2015
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When Aiden Earley gained control of what became the fraud Worthington (WRN) the only assets it owned were a 44% stake in a tiny and loss making firm Trimmings and an unused factory in Keighley, West Yorks, in the Grim North. In order to pretend that Worthington was solvent so as to commit stockmarket fraud, the folks appointed by Earley had to commit accounting fraud, that is to say lie about the value of the factory as the emails below demonstrate.
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