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More Good news about Quindell fraudster Rob Terry & Watchstone - SFO demands documents from Slater & Gordon

By Tom Winnifrith | Monday 15 May 2017

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Oh dear, oh dear, the net is closing in on Roberty Simon Terry, the man behind the UK's biggest stockmarket fraud Quindell. Aussie Poltroons Slater & Gordon (SGH) which has almost bankrupted itself after paying £649 million for most of the worthless Quindell businesses from what is now Watchstone Group (WTG) has made an announcement.

The poltroons state that S&G's UK subsidiary has received a S2 notice from the Serious Fraud Office demanding that it hand over certain documents. Furthermore it states that the S2 notice makes it clear that it is Watchstone Group that is under investigation.

This only adds to Watchstone's headaches. Not only is it being sued for £600 million by S&G but now the Old Bill are after it as well. Whilst Terry is not named in this release you can bet your bottom dollar that it is not just Watchstone but also the principals behind this fraud that are being investigated and who will be prosecuted.

You may have thought this investigation had gone away and that Terry was going to get off without a custodial sentence. Think again. These things take time. Terry will go down as, I suspect will Watchstone's shares. It is right now just univestable given the contingent liabilities that it faces.

It could not happen to a nicer bunch of people. And on that happy note it is off to the snakefields I go. have a nice day Mr Terry.

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