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'I was never involved in fraud of any kind,' writes Alexander Martin

February 12, 2020 by David Marchant


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Dear Sirs,

I am the person mentioned in the court transcript that you have published regarding operation Rico, I kindly ask that you remove my name as while I was arrested, I was never charged and the investigation against me dropped as I was never involved in fraud of any kind but suffered from wrongful arrest. The continued publication is causing me significant harm to restablishing myself as a qualified and practicing professional. I'm not proposing any legal demands or threats just pleading for compassion and understanding for someone who was wrongly arrested and had a perfectly good consulting firm with 10 employees closed down. I thank you in advance for your help in this matter.

Alexander Martin


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