Police have threatened to arrest shopkeeper due to a sign saying ‘don’t fund terrorism’
“While filming the latest Justice for Chelsey march in Sunderland, I came across a local guy who set up a convenience store.
The sign outside read, “Don’t fund terrorism, shop at Fletchers” (which is the name of his shop.)
He did this in response to the recent terror attacks across the UK and after reading about local corner shops funding terrorism in Afghanistan through money laundering.
This provoked outrage by leftist groups such as Tell Mama.
However, local patriots are supporting the store and visiting eagerly.
Police have recently told him to take the sign down and he has refused.”
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“British” shopkeepers jailed for £41million terrorism fraud
Sayed Anwar and Sayed Alam ran the money transfer bureau, called Sterling Exchange, from the shop in Kilburn.
Most of the cash came from the sale of heroin, cocaine and cannabis, London’s Southwark Crown Court heard.
They raked in £65.25m from 2004 to 2010. Police believe £41m from crime.
Officers also suspect cash may have gone to Afghanistan to fund terrorism. Judge Andrew Goymer said there was no evidence they knew what the cash would be used for in the country.
Anwar, of Kingsbury, north London, and Alam, of Stanmore, north London, were guilty of transferring criminal property. Anwar, who is wanted by police, was jailed for 10 years in his absence and Alam eight years.